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 on: Yesterday at 05:30:04 PM 
Started by kory2000pr - Last post by FlyboyS4
According to the wiki ME7 logger is not for noobs.
Some info seems to be outdated also or mixed with new info.
Can somebody please explain logger please.
As far as which one to use?
And whats needed.
Thanks


I put together some videos that cover a few aspects of ME7Logger.  The videos are here:

http://www.myaudis4.com/moodle/

If you're asked to login you can do so as a guest and still see everything that is there.

What you are looking for is under Courses > Tools Used in Tuning The ME7 Software > ME7Logger Section

It should give you an overall idea of the basic process for using ME7Logger

VCDS is good for logging some things, but a lot of variables at a high sampling rate is not what it does well.

 62 
 on: Yesterday at 04:02:24 PM 
Started by diegogpb - Last post by diegogpb
What is the problem? turbulences cause non true readings? I was wondering about it. (Putting the filter just before the MAF)

 63 
 on: Yesterday at 03:43:43 PM 
Started by diegogpb - Last post by nyet
cone filter.

It will change your MAF readings.

 64 
 on: Yesterday at 03:41:12 PM 
Started by diegogpb - Last post by diegogpb
Don't do this.

What not to do? the cone filter? or tuning my flash?

 65 
 on: Yesterday at 03:39:20 PM 
Started by diegogpb - Last post by diegogpb
Please attach the RAW .csvs.

Don't make us unpack a rar or open excel.

Also, please dont' log with VCDS.

What is a RAW .csv? I'll do it with no problem

Just packed it in rar because i thought it would be easier to download

And, yes, I know... me7logger, the next time I log anything will be using that. But until I yesterday didn't know it, sorry

 66 
 on: Yesterday at 03:17:36 PM 
Started by diegogpb - Last post by nyet
Please attach the RAW .csvs.

Don't make us unpack a rar or open excel.

Also, please dont' log with VCDS.

 67 
 on: Yesterday at 03:16:57 PM 
Started by diegogpb - Last post by nyet
What options to fix it are there? (just by electronics, not thinking in upgrade anything yet except maybe a twin cone air filter)

Don't do this.

 68 
 on: Yesterday at 03:16:37 PM 
Started by diegogpb - Last post by diegogpb
Here the graph and the .cvs


 69 
 on: Yesterday at 03:14:48 PM 
Started by diegogpb - Last post by diegogpb
Hi mates. I'll try to be as short and clear as I can. For those who want more info, this is my thread http://nefariousmotorsports.com/forum/index.php?topic=6638.0

Engine: AUM
Mods: None
Remap: (just called it stage1, but it's more like a beginner stage0.5) Allow left-foot braking, nmax to 7100, higher LDRXN.

In the first remap I put the maximum value of ldrxn to 150
Logged and showed very rich lambdas and actual load not reaching specified.

In the second remap I decreased maximum value of ldrxn to 142 (The exact same shape of actual load in the first logs, but a bit higher)
Logged and Lambdas reamained the same and actual load decreased (HuhHuh)

The lambdas I think are for an excessive intake temp (the maximum logged 66ºC), but I can't understand the decreased actual load, if requested were a bit higer than actual in the first remap

My questions are:
What's causing that lambdas? I supose is KFLBTS (Requested lambda depending on rpm and load, for component protection), but I'm not sure what is causing it to run
What options to fix it are there? (just by electronics, not thinking in upgrade anything yet except maybe a twin cone air filter)

I attach logs after 1st remap, logs after 2nd remap and an excel graph with LDRXNs (The colours are: Red=AUM stock, Blue=AUQ Stock, Green=1st mod, Orange=1st mod knock, White=Actual load logged in 1st remap, Yellow=2nd mod)

 70 
 on: Yesterday at 02:58:36 PM 
Started by Terror_Flynn - Last post by nyet
Can it be done manually afterwards?

By what? ME7Sum only supports a few ME7.1 files.

There is also the MTX tuner pro plugin.

Or, shell out a few grand for WinOLS.

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