How the F do I turn off the closed loop boost control?
Man, I wish I had never entered any target numbers in the closed loop table. Now that they're in there, it won't let me delete them.
Here's the problem:
at 4400 rpm I hit target boost ~215kpa
at 5000 rpm ebc pulls duty cycle to ~180kpa
it will then continue to oscilate between 215 and 180 as I continue the pull. MAP looks like a freakin sine wave.
I have to go buy a USB dongle to upload a screen capture, dataloq, and msq. Will do that in a few hours.
Set them all to 70kPa, with the closed-loop kPa limit at 20 or so. That'll effectively turn off closed-loop boost control. That's how the pnp base map turns it off, and has worked well for me. I ended up playing with it a bit, but went back to those base settings and it turned off nicely.
I had a bit of trouble changing the values a week or so ago. I had to change the table with the laptop disconnected from MS, save the msq, then load it up. Otherwise, the burning never seemed work. Just another idea...that you've probably already tried.
I get it now. I was a little confused, but with the code tags that you edited in, it was no sweat. Thank you, I hope that changing the limit value to 0 will causes EBC to straight ignore what's happening. I edited the table too.
Also, when I manually edit a .msq with notepad, MT and MLV no longer recognize the file as a .msq. I can still right click and open with, but because MLV won't recognize the file, I can't load the msq for VE Analyze. Which is not good.
Please help. I'm cranky as **** because the water's shut off, I'm tired and stinky, and can't shower.
******* water main broke up the road.