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 on: Today at 11:56:02 AM 
Started by bamofo - Last post by bamofo
Forgot the After

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 on: Today at 11:24:11 AM 
Started by bamofo - Last post by bamofo
Attached is the EEPROM pulled off my 05 B6 S4 (NOT WORKING)

Ive been reading through as much as i can consume per day on this site and im getting much much closer to understanding it all. EEPROM wouldnt pull without bootmode. When I Pulled it i got a Checksum error in eeprom tool and the section where the Checksum is, is all FF FF... but my vin SKC and such are all in there.

SKC = 04576

But from 0x150 - 0x1B0 its all FF..... (checksum)

Can someone confirm that the checksum fix i applied to the mecheck.bin is correct and can be flashed back to start service with the car again? or if i should do something else. Before(me.bin) after(mecheck.bin)

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 on: Today at 11:05:29 AM 
Started by Garfimp - Last post by Garfimp
I believe so... but if you have issues feel free to post logs and I will try to help.

It is a really complicated topic so don't feel bad about getting confused. I have to reread the FR every time.

Thank you again really appreciated ! I finish my Stage 1 soft and will my flash and log my car and keep you updated with great pleasure Smiley

Do you think I should open a topic to present my work on my stage 1 btw?

Also, can I try to rescale KFPED to make it a little more "responsive" between 60 and 100%?

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 on: Today at 10:56:42 AM 
Started by Garfimp - Last post by nyet
I believe so... but if you have issues feel free to post logs and I will try to help.

It is a really complicated topic so don't feel bad about getting confused. I have to reread the FR every time.

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 on: Today at 10:44:05 AM 
Started by Garfimp - Last post by Garfimp
The short answer is that whatever the max torque (mimax) request is coming from IOP at 100% PED should result in enough requested load from IRL (by increasing IRL) to hit the LDRXN cap, or you will be limited by LDRXN->IOP->mimax->IRL and not IRL->LDRXN

I hope that makes some sense.

Increasing IOP isn't generally needed, it really should mostly be the inverse of IRL, which means when increasing IRL, only the IOP axis needs to be adjusted.

Ok thank you very much nyet !
That makes more sense now.

So I tried a quick tune of my soft, targetting 192 load in LDRXN, now from what you said, I extended IOP axis to include 192 load, and extrapolate inside values of IOP, I get a new mimax for my 192 load around 83/84 torque.

Then in IRL for 83/84 % torque I have updated loads to match to my IOP and so match my targetted load of 192.

Pictures attached, did I do correctly? Smiley


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 on: Today at 10:41:43 AM 
Started by hummel - Last post by hummel

The best and most efficient way is to copy over the trims as PRJ wrote on another thread.In my car this way is working flawlessly.


This is only the best way if you need to run with one o2 sensor, or your manifold doesn't allow for two to be installed, right? In my head the best would be to fit two sensors, one for each bank, thereby the ecu can fine tune each bank individually.

Back to my problem, I relocated the Sensors and now the values is almost the same and much closer to zero (-3-4%), so it seems like my problem is solved. Thanks for the help..  Smiley

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 on: Today at 10:33:54 AM 
Started by yakou - Last post by Piar
Yes, I'm from Kazakhstan
This car is working on LINK ECU with traditional fueling ( 3d table with injector opening time) model
So there is NO injector flow
But we use 4bar regulator
and latency is 1.1ms at 14v in our case

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 on: Today at 10:21:47 AM 
Started by Garfimp - Last post by nyet
The short answer is that whatever the max torque (mimax) request is coming from IOP at 100% PED should result in enough requested load from IRL (by increasing IRL) to hit the LDRXN cap, or you will be limited by LDRXN->IOP->mimax->IRL and not IRL->LDRXN

I hope that makes some sense.

Increasing IOP isn't generally needed, it really should mostly be the inverse of IRL, which means when increasing IRL, only the IOP axis needs to be adjusted.

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 on: Today at 10:13:03 AM 
Started by NBR - Last post by KmosK04
TEMIN - A4D1E
TEMINVA - A4D20

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 on: Today at 08:27:21 AM 
Started by yakou - Last post by yakou
We have used it on our drift nissan 200sx project, it have 2 td04 turbos from impreza wrx and made solid 450 whp on completely stock engine.
If you are not aiming for more than 450 hp - you can use it, it will give you perfect idle, low fuel consumption and will last long
Great! You're from Kazahstan? I saw some blue SX on drive2 with 2.7t.

Can you tell me please tvub and fkkvs parameters? For injector migration its enought or something else?
Are u use 4 bar regulator? 


P.s I found some data on gtr-heritage:

Flow 570cc;

Latency
8v - 2.858 ms
9v - 2.678 ms
10v - 2.499 ms
11v - 2.319 ms
12v - 2.139 ms
13v - 1.960 ms
14v - 1.780 ms;

Injector minimum open time 1.83 ms;
Injector lag time offset 0.890.

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