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Old 05-10-2006, 11:10 AM   #1 (permalink)
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are the drivers available for this obd2>usb cable yet? also is there any compatible datalogging software out?
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Old 05-11-2006, 11:08 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Opps,

Are you guys talking about this stuff
http://www.tactrix.com/product_info....1c6f400cb7da3a

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Btw, I'm now using EcuFlash with OpenPort 1.3M to mess around with my tune and flash myself. No more need for an SAFC whatsoever.


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Warrtalon, is this what your using?
http://www.openecu.org/index.php?title=Main_Page
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Yes indeed.


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OMG I've been looking at it and it is some awsome stuff!
I think I'm buying the cable this weekend.
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I highly suggest you do so. We basically have the EvoTuners dream device now. We've been making do with the SAFC, but now we have REAL self-tuning ability without buying some expensive piggyback.

I've already messed around with changing my launch control and rev limiter, but I will leave the custom tuned multiple maps to Al when he comes back to Colorado in 2 weeks. After that, I will begin to tinker with the fuel and timing maps, but right now it's pretty confusing.


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I was looking at a sample from an '05. Can you control the boost with
"Boost desired engine load #1,2,&3?" under turbo?
http://www.socalevo.net/index.php?op...&topic=22507.0
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I don't know yet. I don't think you can actually CHANGE the max boost levels without modifying the boost hoses and restrictor pills, but you can change the wastegate duty cycle to remove boost taper and such while retaining the stock BCS instead of using an MBC. I probably won't be messing with it, but it's good to know/understand.


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