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 on: Today at 06:55:03 PM 
Started by dirtnasty - Last post by nyet
You can find thr configuration tabke and max out launch and nls values. That will disable it

May not solve the RSA problem.

Question is, why doesn't he have the file that NLS was applied to?

And if he does, but that file is different, he should know exactly which maps were changed, and it should be trivial to copy them over.

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 on: Today at 06:22:24 PM 
Started by pablo53 - Last post by pablo53
For sure.   It shows all across their Stage 3 file.   To begin with, they don't take advantage of any of the current fueling strategies.   I'm not messing with their file at all, just figured that since their MAF housings seem to have been deemed worthless these days, perhaps I can help make that part useable again for DIY tuners.

Just a way to give back to the forum that's helped me so much over the years.

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 on: Today at 05:24:33 PM 
Started by birchbark506 - Last post by birchbark506
i was copying it from the map pack i am using to cross mine with, and i only found two maps out of them all

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 on: Today at 04:55:35 PM 
Started by dirtnasty - Last post by Marty

yeah that's what i'm saying. i didn't know if there was a way to remove it from my file so i can add it manually
or if i will have to restart fresh and copy over changes and add it manually
You can find thr configuration tabke and max out launch and nls values. That will disable it

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 on: Today at 02:55:39 PM 
Started by pablo53 - Last post by nyet
Almost like they worked backwards to develop MAF and injector characteristics so there would be minimal changes from stock calibrations.

GIAC (in those days) understood about .000001% of what is public information about ME7.1 today. Their stepped MAF was one of many iterations of MAFs where they tried to get fueling right. They just made it larger and larger until load was scaled so low they didn't have to worry about all the various load limiters.

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 on: Today at 02:43:48 PM 
Started by birchbark506 - Last post by ktm733
Can you explain this

KFMIOPS):Map for optimum motor torque shift operations

I thought kfmiops what's torque map when in a different mode?

I can edit the map and test but I thought I would ask first.

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 on: Today at 02:42:21 PM 
Started by pablo53 - Last post by pablo53
FYI, I've already got the lower half dialed in, but this car is having some boost/wastegate issues, so that has to be fixed before I can put the upper half together.

I also wanted to add...  Just for shits and giggles, I tested a tune which used the stock MLHFM and KRKTE numbers (as the GIAC tune uses), and lo and behold, though highly underscaled for load, AFR was pretty dang close.   Almost like they worked backwards to develop MAF and injector characteristics so there would be minimal changes from stock calibrations.

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 on: Today at 02:36:56 PM 
Started by pablo53 - Last post by pablo53
I'm going to go ahead and calibrate the MAF on this car.   I've done it before on ASP and EPL tapered MAF housings, and it's all straight forward.   Ensure fueling is correct prior to MAF tuning, and work it all out via logging/correcting AFR.   Usually only takes maybe 5 interations.

I'll post this up, so nobody running these MAF housings has to ditch them to write tunes with correct real world numbers.

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 on: Today at 02:22:41 PM 
Started by dirtnasty - Last post by nyet

yeah that's what i'm saying. i didn't know if there was a way to remove it from my file so i can add it manually
or if i will have to restart fresh and copy over changes and add it manually

How did it get added in the first place?

Winols will show you the differences between two files. Use the original as a reference. Any locations it highlights as changed that aren't in maps you changed you can restore by selecting them and hitting f11

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 on: Today at 01:26:39 PM 
Started by adam- - Last post by envisible
Hi!
Can you help me to find
CWSAWE
KFNWEGM
KFTVSA

Orig file attached. Thanks in advance

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