Tuning | General Modification Tables

Logic

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Hello,

Jumping into this thread I am assuming you understand the basics of bin editing with TunerPro / Other software

This thread will be dedicated to having visibility over general basic table modifications. These edits may vary from changes for new hardware, toggles, and other good examples of general practical edits.

This thread will be constantly updating with more tables to come. Making a clean thread takes time..

TMAP Tables:
Boost Ceiling (w/ MBoost or JB4):
Code:
1.5 (1.28 without)


MAP Conversion(Custom) - Voltage:
Code:
0.50    2.10    4.50
MAP Conversion(Custom):
Code:
7.25    24.65    37.70
MAP Max Voltage:
Code:
4.8


If anyone has anything they would like to see on this thread then make sure that you post it below and/or PM me.
 
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I don't think knock sensitivity is a good candidate for "general basic table modification." It is badly used already by people that should know what they are doing, or those who do not have the equipment or skill to use it. Same on nearly all platforms.
 

RSL

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Also, shifts will never work properly on DCT cars with anything over 1.28 bar (x02FFF) ceiling set.
 

jyamona

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Oh my. First of all, those knock sensitivity changes should not be made. Knock factor table changes are never "blanket changes" or one size fits all. If one suspects false knock, the correct procedure is to get on a dyno w/ det-cans and work it out the right way. Also, the "right way" isn't even possible right now as I need to add the rest of the tables and logging params.

Second, the 3-cell MAP scaling for 3.5bar used above is slightly off and gives boost readings that are a bit off. A new one will be posted here after more verification.
 

Twisted Tuning

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I don't think knock sensitivity is a good candidate for "general basic table modification." It is badly used already by people that should know what they are doing, or those who do not have the equipment or skill to use it. Same on nearly all platforms.
Oh my. First of all, those knock sensitivity changes should not be made. Knock factor table changes are never "blanket changes" or one size fits all. If one suspects false knock, the correct procedure is to get on a dyno w/ det-cans and work it out the right way. Also, the "right way" isn't even possible right now as I need to add the rest of the tables and logging params.

Second, the 3-cell MAP scaling for 3.5bar used above is slightly off and gives boost readings that are a bit off. A new one will be posted here after more verification.
Thank you Jesus.
 

Logic

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Removed knock from the thread.

Awaiting correct values for the TMAP to update the thread. Could you also post for the 4Bar values if you have those on hand?
 

doublespaces

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Thread has potential. What else should be added?
 

gmx

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Anything on 6MT shift bog on a case basis?
ie, post-shift timing flat line -> toggle/adjust *particular* table.
 

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Anything on 6MT shift bog on a case basis?
ie, post-shift timing flat line -> toggle/adjust *particular* table.
Neither of those things are fixed via a table or toggle. I've completed logic for shift bog fix, it's pending integration and release. The other is still WIP.
 
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Neither of those things are fixed via a table or toggle. I've completed logic for shift bog fix, it's pending integration and release. The other is still WIP.
When do you think it'll be integrated/released?
 
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I would like to have it ready for when FlexFuel leaves beta. Will have to see what's on Martial's plate as well.
What kind of date do you have in mind? I'm willing to pay you however much it costs to modify my current flash right now. I would love to be a beta tester and promote it on my YouTube channel and website.
 

MacBB55

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anyone know a good site that can walk me through getting familiar with inpa before I actually hook it up to my car?
 

doublespaces

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If you wait for pro tools to be released, a lot of the things you'll want to do are basically automated.
 

E92 420

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If you wait for pro tools to be released, a lot of the things you'll want to do are basically automated.
Never heard of this protools can you elaborate a bit more on it?
 

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I just spent hours re-analyzing each of the tables in my custom 93 octane and E50 tunes and creating my first (V1.0) Flex Fuel bin after not touching TunerPro for about a year (life sometimes gets in the way, you know). There are many tables which I have absolutely no idea what they control, but I know many are important, and some are probably less important for various engine control purposes. So I’m very much looking forward to contributing to and learning from this thread, especially now that the MHD Flex Fuel will soon be coming out of beta.

Also, Pro Tools sounds really promising as I’ve used the clunky and very 1990’s INPA for basic functions and am interested in using a much more sophisticated diagnostic tool.
 
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doublespaces

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Never heard of this protools can you elaborate a bit more on it?
I've been beta testing the bluetooth dongle. Not as much as I should be since I've been busy. But needless to say, what it can do is extremely extensive. Many people will never need INPA again. More information on it should come up in the coming weeks.
 

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