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Hello,
After a few years stopped,
I have refurbished my engine of my E9,
Perhaps i have a problem with the Evo,
She don't want to start,
I thinks there are something wrong with the VI-Pec ECU.
I thinks there are OEM Mapping but don't want to start,
It's a mistake and complicate to start engine without.
We appreciate in advance for your fastest help.
The ECU have mapped by NR-AUTOSPORT and probably erased after by her when i sent the ECU for remove her PASSWORD.

New set AEM Fuel Pump and Rc Injectors 1200cc.

When i bought the car they don't have MAFsee pics
Regards.
David
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Discussion Starter · #3 ·
Did the ecu work after the password reset as he may not have put a map back in there.

Mark
i don't know,
i have sent the ECU but the car was stopped few years and i decides to refurbish the engine with some upgrades this year.
I never try after.
I have sent a email to nick but doesn't work.
here i sent a message to NR-AUTOSPORT but didn't have any response.
regards.
sorry for my poor english.
 

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I'don't know NR put inside the ECU before the engine works and After Removing the password doesn't work.
See above i don't have Maf ?
I find the map sensor but not the Maf (see pics)
I don't know where is possible to find a base Map for an evo 9 for this ecu
 

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Have you got the USB cable that connects to the ECU (to the cable in your photo)? If so you can download the free ViPec software and check what is on the ECU with their PC software. There are base maps available but these require various "calibrations" and checks before it is safe to try starting the car. The ViPec support (now Link) guys are also very helpful on their forum.
 
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