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 on: Yesterday at 02:09:10 PM 
Started by SteveAR - Last post by nyet
I then ran it on my 4.2 EEPROM dump (1024 bytes) and unfortunately the program only works on 512 sized EEPROMS. It reported "file must be 512 bytes."

You don't need any other tool except the ability to truncate the file to 512 bytes.

your clue is here in your very own post:

It's worth noting that my EEPROM on my 4.2L is a SP08C3 and is 1024 bytes.  When I look at the BIN in a hex editor, 513-1024 is just all FF's.  There's no data in that section of memory.


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 on: Yesterday at 02:06:46 PM 
Started by Jim_Coupe - Last post by nyet
Just get an N75.

Boost control is described at length on the s4wiki tuning page and all over the place on this very site. I have no idea why you apparently have STILL not read any of it.

 63 
 on: Yesterday at 02:06:40 PM 
Started by Jim_Coupe - Last post by SB_GLI
You didn't include the command line you use to run ME7Logger in your last post.

Is the .ecu file that you have selected in VME7L the same exact config file you are using with ME7Logger via the command line?   Based on the full path to the .ecu file that I see here, my guess is no.

Take the VisualME7Logger.exe and put it in your ME7Logger directory and it might make life easier on you.

 64 
 on: Yesterday at 01:41:57 PM 
Started by Jim_Coupe - Last post by KasperH
LDRPID is what you want to look into, it has a duty cycle feed forward and all the other related maps Smiley

 65 
 on: Yesterday at 01:37:51 PM 
Started by Dave9n3 - Last post by Fordy
Interested to see how much you used Q2 to correct the dip

 66 
 on: Yesterday at 01:37:28 PM 
Started by Jim_Coupe - Last post by vwaudiguy
Your screenshot of the main screen cuts off the bottom, so you can't see both the .ecu, and .cfg file....

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 on: Yesterday at 01:27:10 PM 
Started by SteveAR - Last post by SteveAR
For the interest of anyone else reading/following this thread, I found a tool to check/correct my EEPROM BIN/checksums.  It's 95040sum.exe.   I ran this on my stock 2.7T EEPROM dump (512 bytes and likely a 95040 IC) and it reported no corrections needed. (expected result)  I then ran it on my 4.2 EEPROM dump (1024 bytes) and unfortunately the program only works on 512 sized EEPROMS. It reported "file must be 512 bytes."
 I'm going to try and figure out if there's a different version of this tool available or figure out who wrote it.
     

 68 
 on: Yesterday at 01:26:31 PM 
Started by Jim_Coupe - Last post by Jim_Coupe
Thanks here is my config

 69 
 on: Yesterday at 01:23:16 PM 
Started by chain_slappinS4 - Last post by TijnCU
but.. why dont you just flash back the right file to your ecu? seems more logical than buying a new ecu to me Roll Eyes

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 on: Yesterday at 01:19:28 PM 
Started by Jim_Coupe - Last post by Jim_Coupe
I have a noob question about controling my boost..

On my old 1.8T i have been running an MBC for years and I want to try control my boost via PWM valve instead. I could not find my old N75 in my garage but i found another type of valve that might work.. Its a bleed valve (Pierburg). It has no vent out.  It suits me because i the just replace my MBC with this.

As I understand Me7 controls boost after desired LOAD and then follows Maximum LOAD (LDRXN). But is there not a map where i can just tune Duty Cycle? Or is Duty cycle calculated to give the desired load that is requested

Here a pic on my valve..

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