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« Reply #75 on: November 11, 2012, 01:17:25 PM »

Latest update of the list im running:

Code:
[%BBBO]

MSNPCV - Divide axis by 2

[%BGMSZS]

KVLAD - Multiply by 2
PSSOLPGRD - Divide by 2
PSSOLNGRD - Divide by 2
PSSOLPF - Divide by 2

[%BGSRM]

KISRM - Divide by 2
KFPRG - Divide by 2
KFURL - Multiply by 2

[%DLDUV]*

DLDUVES - Divide by 2

[%DLDR]

KFDLULS - Divide both axis and table by 2

[%GGDSAS]

DPDSVLU - Divide by 2
DSLGRAD - Divide by 2
DSLOFS - Divide by 2
DSUGRAD - Divide by 2 (DSUOFS was zero, otherwise divide by 2)
FHOE - Divide by 2
PUE - Divide by 2
PUMN - Divide by 2
PUMX - Divide by 2
PVDKMN - Divide by 2

[%GGLSU]

PADMSA - Divide curve by 2
FLAMPA - Divide axis by 2
PUELSU - Divide by 2

[%GGPBKV]

PBKVVSTG - Divide both axis and curve by 2
PUEBKV - Divide by 2

[%LDRPID]

KFLDIMX - Divide axis by 2
KFLDRQ0 - Divide axis by 2
KFLDRQ1 - Divide axis by 2
KFLDRQ2 - Divide axis by 2
KFLDIOPU - Divide axis by 2
LDEIAO - Divide by 2
LDEIAP - Divide by 2
LDEIAPS - Divide by 2
LDEIAU - Divide by 2
NLDIAPU - Divide axis by 2


[%LDUVST]*

KFSDLDSUA - Divide both axis and table by 2
HSLDSUA - Divide by 2
LDUVRS - Divide by 2

[%RKTI]

FRLFSDP - Divide axis by 2

If anyone finds anything more, feel free to add to the list. I have only listed those that were in need of scaling in my binary, there has been a few maps/singles that have been zero'ed or not in use in my file, that may or may not be in others -these are not on the list.
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« Reply #76 on: November 11, 2012, 02:51:49 PM »

i've put this here for now

http://s4wiki.com/wiki/Manifold_air_pressure:Rescale_project
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« Reply #77 on: November 12, 2012, 12:09:28 PM »

WARNING!

Before attempting any pressure scaling you must check if your car uses brake force amplifier(%GGPBKV)!

I just became aware of this, and if this function is in use it must be scaled. I dont really know what would happen if not scaled, but I dont want anyone to have their brakes messed up!

In the 1.8t and S4 2.7 binarys I have with this bit defined, it is CWGGPBKV = 6dec. 6dec = Brake amplifier function turned off.

Please verify your CWGGPBKV in %GGPBKV if you are going to scale the file.
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« Reply #78 on: November 12, 2012, 12:15:22 PM »

O32RP, 032QN, 032TL, 032HN CWGGPBKV = 2.
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« Reply #79 on: November 12, 2012, 01:17:49 PM »

O32RP, 032QN, 032TL, 032HN CWGGPBKV = 2.

There you go.

We have another problem with the scaling:


Would it be possible to locate this number in ASM and divide it by 2? That would be so damn awesome
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« Reply #80 on: November 12, 2012, 03:03:43 PM »

There you go.

We have another problem with the scaling:


Would it be possible to locate this number in ASM and divide it by 2? That would be so damn awesome

Yes, what file are you working with?
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« Reply #81 on: November 12, 2012, 04:28:00 PM »

There you go.

We have another problem with the scaling:


Would it be possible to locate this number in ASM and divide it by 2? That would be so damn awesome

What number are you talking about? Ah I see the red rectangle now...

that was brought up earlier:

what about the few ATM constants? (1013 hPa)

Do a search in doc for '1013' to find where they are.


I don't think this is a problem, because if you look at those constants, they are only used for multiplication and division.
At least that is what I found when I last looked at them.
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« Reply #82 on: November 12, 2012, 05:42:53 PM »

Would it be possible to locate this number in ASM and divide it by 2? That would be so damn awesome

0x6A965  - Change from 0xA4 to 0x94
0x6A969 -  Change from 0x62 to 0x72

OR

0x6A956 - Change from 0x87 to 0x0E
0x6A957 - Change from 0x02 to 0x05

I think there a few other places you need to do this too.
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« Reply #83 on: November 12, 2012, 11:38:27 PM »

Yes, what file are you working with?

I have posted it on the forum before, im on the phone now but the box# is 8E0909518M

What number are you talking about? Ah I see the red rectangle now...

that was brought up earlier:


To be honest, I missunderstood your post and was thinking you was referring to values in the module %ATM and I searched up and down and found nothing lol

Now I understand you was referring to the unit atmosphere Smiley

0x6A965  - Change from 0xA4 to 0x94
0x6A969 -  Change from 0x62 to 0x72

OR

0x6A956 - Change from 0x87 to 0x0E
0x6A957 - Change from 0x02 to 0x05

I think there a few other places you need to do this too.

You are a rockstar matchew!

I changed the first two value you listed and now my fho_w is scaled, around 0.9xx instead of 0.4xx.

Should I change the other two values you listed?

Thanks again matchew!
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« Reply #84 on: November 13, 2012, 12:12:02 AM »


You are a rockstar matchew!

I changed the first two value you listed and now my fho_w is scaled, around 0.9xx instead of 0.4xx.

Should I change the other two values you listed?

Thanks again matchew!

No, You can do EITHER to get the same effect. DO NOT do both.

Smiley
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« Reply #85 on: November 13, 2012, 03:51:15 AM »

Why is this needed exactly?
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« Reply #86 on: November 13, 2012, 04:52:53 AM »

Why is this needed exactly?

To scale fho and fho_w back up, instead of dealing with like 20 modules that uses this variable.
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« Reply #87 on: November 13, 2012, 07:50:53 AM »

Downscale KFKHFM and upscale KFLF at the same point.
Edit axes to suit.
Just make it taper down from say 150 load to 220 load.
And adjust KFLF in the same way.
I'm on vaccation and do not have access to either winols or bin files. what is max and min? Would it be possible to taper to /2 or /3 on KFKHFM and x2 or x3 on KFLF at highest load. I hope I remember correctly that the value is a factor for multiplication.
Why bother you might ask. Well a large enough MAF with matching boost would generate to much load.
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« Reply #88 on: November 13, 2012, 11:24:19 AM »

No, You can do EITHER to get the same effect. DO NOT do both.

Smiley

Alright, that was my understanding -just wanted to double check.

For future file scaling reference, can we look for a certain pattern of data to find these values to scale them? Or is it needed to go back in ASM to find them in each file?

Thanks again  Smiley

Ok, so I have one more issue(that im aware of), that is during cold start -or I think I have narrowed it down to cat heating cycle during start. Also have a readiness of 65dec which is very likely are related.

I logged a cold start today which im attaching a plot graph and the log for anyone interested.
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« Reply #89 on: November 16, 2012, 05:23:47 PM »

Is somebody making changes to M-box yet? I will be facing a choice of underscaling or going the right way very soon once my tial 770 engine is broken in.

Thanks!

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