Pilot TPS Converter is intended to replace the rare / expensive resistive throttle position sensors (TPS) and their actuators.
At your request we can develop such a sensor to other models of cars or motorcycles.
The main problem of resistive TPS is wear resistive tracks, and failure or discrepancy between the desired signal in a rotation range of the throttle, which results in an unstable idle or jerks in the motion at a certain position of the accelerator pedal.
Pilot TPS Converter allows you to fully solve the problem of the reliability of the reading of the angular position of the throttle:
In this arrangement, the throttle position reading occurs in a contactless manner (the rotation of the magnetic field), which means that such a sensor is not subject to wear and generally has a stable output characteristic.
Pilot TPS Converter has on board a full set of protections against overvoltage, short circuit protection, automotive temperature range elements.
Kit comes bundled with neodymium magnet H class (temperature up to 120 ° C)
In developing the final version was taken into account the experience of all previous versions, the wishes of users and critics. The main priorities in the development of the final version were delivered quality, reliability and functionality of the device, thereby creating an almost “not killed” motherboard with stable and accurate output characteristics.
Pilot TPS Converter Kit allows you to replace your old or noworking TPS on injection systems MonoMotronic and MonoJetronic as showed on the next pictures
It is recommended to glue copper bushing( with magnet) to the axis of the throttle with some silicone sealant. This will prevent unwanted rotation of the bushing on its axis.
Pilot TPS Converter pinout and electrical connection diagramm
AT –signal for automatic transaxle
1– first rack output
2– second track output
REF –Refrence voltage input (4.6-5V from ECU)
12V– Supply voltage
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Pilot VAF to MAF converter
allows you to convert an existing Volume Air Flow Meter to a Mass Airflow Meter.
Why convert from the existing Volume Air Flow arrangement to a Mass Air Flow setup?
Anyone whose ever looked at the OEM Vane/ Volume Air Flow (VAF) sensor knows that it is a restrictive device by its very design.
The calibration of this sensor is VOLUME meaning that the sensor is largely temperature-insensitive (note however that a mass conversion occurs in PCM and IAT plays a big role in that). The mass of the ingested air is obtained from calibration tables as well as an IAT (Intake Air Temperature) sensor in the VAF and barometric pressure sensor in the PCM.
If the VAF has one redeeming quality it is that it is very sensitive to small airflow changes at low levels of airflow. Thus, at idle, the sensor very effectively tells the PCM of minor changes in airflow which results in a nice smooth idle and very efficient fuel metering.
The problem arises from the way the device measures airflow. Since the core or flap moves backward against a calibrated spring, a not-inconsiderable force is required to hold the core open at high-levels of airflow. This force is provided by the incoming air. In return, the airflow loses pressure and velocity which reduces the amount of air ingested by the engine.
In contrast, a Mass Air Flow (MAF) sensor from practically any other engine is largely a straight through affair. This device uses two resistive elements that sample only a portion of the incoming air. A temperature differential is kept between these two wires. As air flows over them, it tends to cool them. The electronics measures how much additional current is required to maintain the temperature and translates this to a voltage ranging from 0.1V to about 4.5V. Since only a portion of the air is sampled, the MAF is a very-much less restrictive measuring device.
The VAF meter also has a problem with а damaging resistive track inside it. Continue reading
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New version Nissan Consult+Kline OBDII+VAGCOM+Toyota DLC1 + Bluetooth
This diagnostic adapter is designed for
- diagnosis of electronic systems of Nissan cars from 1989 to 2005 release supports diagnostic protocol Consult through 14pin diagnostic connector.
- OBD2 k-line
- VAG /AUDI k-line vith VAGCOM or VAG TOOL software
- OLD Toyota cars with DLC1 diagnostic connector
Interface to connect to a PC is USB
Bluetooth interface(if bluetooth module installed) for Android devices and PC . Diagnostics via bluetooth works only with NISSAN vehicles.
Power from on-board vehicle network via diagnostic connector 8-15V
Read and clear fault codes
Read the output parameters in real time
Test actuators (valve idling, air conditioning, fan, etc.).
DDLreader: DDLreader v.15c / DDLreader v.16c
ConZult, Free ConZult
Nissan Data Scan v.1.4
Nissan Data Scan v.1.51
, Diagnostic Adapter
Pilot CCE is specially designed microprocessor based board, which provides you to correctly remove catalytic converter from your car.This is a must-have upgrade if you have removed the catalytic converter or even installed a decat pipe, an aftermarket header, a free flow catback or high flow cat. The modified engine now produces a larger amount of exhaust gases than allowed. When the oxygen sensor delivers the ECU (Electronic Control Unit) a signal that is not within the manufacturer’s specifications the OBD-II (OnBoard Diagnostic) system logs an error accordingly check engine light will illuminate, resulting in ECU safe / limp mode and reduced performance at the wheels.
The PILOT CCE firmware use rear oxygen sensor signal, modifying it with requirements of physical model of catalyst and output to the ECU (electronic control unit) is the processed signal is fed in such a form in which it was proper for the catalyst. Thus, the ECU thinks the catalyst works perfectly (no more error p0420, p0430, and other work-related catalyst) and the replacement of the catalyst is no longer required. So you can delete catalyst and simply install flash suppressor or a body of a catalyst.
The main advantages of Pilot CCE:
- 100% works on Lexus (Rx300, 330, Lx470, Es300), Toyota, KIA,VW, MAZDA, Nissan, Honda. The efficiency performance of our simulator can clearly see in the diagnostic mode, Mode $06 with any generic scanner.
- Full firmware emulation of heating of the catalyst, reaction to enrichment/enleanment and EGR system.
- Two channels of processing. That is, can be easily installed on a V-shaped engines with two catalysts and two additional oxygen sensors – i.e. you do not need to buy two emulators.
- Has the ability to configure and logging of all parameters with a special emulation program (need to collect cable to connect to a COM port)
- Updating the firmware in case of new versions.
- Before sending to the client, we have preload and tune all configuration parameters of emulator and make perfomance test. So in most cases you dont need to make any tuning of this device.
- Hardly anywhere else you will find a 2 channel emulator of the catalyst in this price.
, catalytic converter
, lexus rx300