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 on: Today at 11:53:46 AM 
Started by nyet - Last post by nyet
Hi Nyet, thank you for creating that extra version

as you can see on the attachment:
The mouseover on the 2nd var is not working. (red circle)
I renamed the 2nd rpm to Motordrehzahl2. The Motordrehzahl1 is interpreted as your RPM, I get that.
Unfortunatelly the 2nd rpm is not used for the correct drawing and thatswhy the drawing is a bit off.

@20.03 its 6320rpm --> correct
and
its 231kmh --> incorrect because this speed is already reached at 19.90

I think the code was never meant to interpret different time(s) in one line.

In me7logger files you will find one time and alot of other .values from that some time.
In vcds you will have different times in one column.


Yes, there is no way to fix this; there is only one real time ref per file. The most I can do is allow you to specify different times as x axis, but ECUxPlot doesn't know it's not a time axis.

VCDS is really bad in this regard, its not real time series data like all other logs.

Extending it to allow multiple times in the same log would be a lot of work.

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 on: Today at 11:17:30 AM 
Started by royce5950 - Last post by royce5950
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 on: Today at 11:11:49 AM 
Started by royce5950 - Last post by royce5950
I'm not logged into Facebook right now in my web browser but from what its showing me, Facebook says I have 4.5 stars and I can only see that one review that claims one of my customers didn't receive the services they paid for and they are "disgusted.." I not only followed up with that individual but I even provided them with a partial refund over half of what they paid + they got to keep the parts they paid for and they still got a quality tune that I calibrated especially for them. I feel like they should be happy at this point, but it's business, unfortunately you can't please everybody and once again there's 2 sides to every story and it's basically just their word against mine.. I know your very intelligent Marty and you've got to understand where I'm coming from  Huh

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 on: Today at 11:05:02 AM 
Started by royce5950 - Last post by royce5950
Unfortunately, no matter what some situations can not be remedied.. I go the distance to please any individual I do business with and I never leave a customer hanging.. If you look at my reviews you will see that time and time again I have worked with customers as long as it takes, whether that be deep into the night or for a matter of days if it takes that.. In order to see it through that no customer of mine is forgotten without a resolution to the situation.. I'm not sure which review you're referring to but I feel like it's pretty lame when I have countless positive reviews that are a testament to how hard I work to try and see it through that my customers are happy and pleased with the services and products that I provide.. I mean, why feel the need to point out a negative review when the positive reviews greatly outweigh the negative?

I have followed up with every customer that has ever reached out to me with an issue and I have always provided multiple options to choose from in order to remediate the matter.. In very few rare cases, I have been threatened by customers and harassed very soon after the customer placed an order and decided they weren't happy, unfortunately in those very few rare cases, certain individuals seemed to want a fight rather than any sort of logical or reasonable solution to the matter and they paint a picture that I am a scam artist or that I am out to rip people off but that isn't the case whatsoever..

Just try and remember there are always 2 sides to every story. Don't just conclude that I am not an honest person or that I don't conduct business in a fair and honorable manner..

And lastly, of all of the reviews you will find anywhere, you will not find even ONE single complaint or remark regarding the quality of the tunes I provide. You might find an individual here and there complaining about money but never will you find anyone saying anything negative about quality Smiley

Also, P.P.S, I strongly encourage that anyone that purchases a tuned file from the site should feel great peace of mind, as you have nothing to worry about. I use stripe to process payments and stripe has a very solid record for being fair regarding disputes. I'm not going to burn you and I assure you that you're going to receive a quality tuned file at a very fair price.

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 on: Today at 10:15:35 AM 
Started by armaan - Last post by prj
It does not exist in ME7.
You need to write your own function for that.

But summed up it is:
* Late ignition (high torque reserve + low zwmin)
* 2-3 cylinder rotating pattern cut (redeta...)
* Shut throttle a little to control the rest (nmax with lower rpm limit)

You can do it just fine on non-DI.

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 on: Today at 10:10:18 AM 
Started by nyet - Last post by aef
Hi Nyet, thank you for creating that extra version

as you can see on the attachment:
The mouseover on the 2nd var is not working. (red circle)
I renamed the 2nd rpm to Motordrehzahl2. The Motordrehzahl1 is interpreted as your RPM, I get that.
Unfortunatelly the 2nd rpm is not used for the correct drawing and thatswhy the drawing is a bit off.

@20.03 its 6320rpm --> correct
and
its 231kmh --> incorrect because this speed is already reached at 19.90

I think the code was never meant to interpret different time(s) in one line.

In me7logger files you will find one time and alot of other .values from that some time.
In vcds you will have different times in one column.

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 on: Today at 08:54:44 AM 
Started by TC1767 - Last post by nyet
Usefull answer  Roll Eyes

Back to the dark ages; you won't ever find anyone else willing to break down and document anything publicly in any of these ECUs any more.

I'm certainly done.

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 on: Today at 04:43:58 AM 
Started by TC1767 - Last post by TC1767
Usefull answer  Roll Eyes

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 on: Today at 01:36:37 AM 
Started by kilkisiotis - Last post by kilkisiotis
Hello my friends!

I have a question, is it possible to copy with kess v2 the maps of an E250cdi and paste them in my E220 cdi?

Its a delphi crd 2.16 from 2009

Thank you and have a nice day!

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 on: Today at 01:29:52 AM 
Started by Dave9n3 - Last post by Dave9n3
This is a C30  Part number: 02E300043Q Soft: 1305

I tried again direct from mechatronic unit and no luck. Not sure if the mini DSG reader I have is crap or they're all crap. Looks like I'm going to purchase PCM flash when i can find some tactrix openport in stock somewhere!

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