Ok, so I have a question on how people sort out their logging when doing tuning, more specifically I'm starting to play with Closed Loop EBC so want to be able to cleanly log pulls.
I live in London, UK and I struggle to find roads open and empty enough to do pulls with no-one around and convenient places to pull in and start/stop logging and make adjustments.
So, last night I drove out of town to the country roads country roads, but there's not a whole lot of straight bits! So this can mean starting logging, driving around until I get to clear stretch, doing a few pulls, then a few more minutes of driving to find somewhere safe to stop.
Is this how everyone else does it? Log a whole section then fish through all the crap in the the log until you find the specific WOT pulls?
Maybe I'm over thinking, but sat in the dark on a country lane last night fishing through reams of long datalogs for one pull seemed to be fairly inefficient.
Sat in work this morning I'm thinking that maybe Automatic Logging is the answer, maybe start whenever TPS > 75%, then stop once back down to 50%, or something like that.
ie: Automatic Logging | tunerstudio.com
Any suggestions more than welcome, i.e. what could be sensible conditions for the Autologging to capture a pull for CL tuning (i.e. a full WOT pull).
ECU: Diyautotune DIYPNP (MS2/Extra).