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Old 10-18-2007, 09:03 PM   #1
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Can anyone look at my log file and see if the car is running right. i got the wideband installed and loged it. Please take a look the car is running a bit rich i don't have the o2 clamp but it is on the way. it is a 01 miata with EMU the wideband is a lc-1 . let me know if you need more info.
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Need a current .EM2 export to go along with that log.
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Old 10-18-2007, 11:52 PM   #3
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lets try this link maybe it will work better

http://www.mediafire.com/?6v5l9n5i2rx
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No, the .LG2 file is coming through, but we need a .EM2 file as well. The main export from the EMU software, with the maps and such.
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Old 10-19-2007, 01:09 AM   #5
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I really do feel stupid not being able to do this crap. let me upload the other file too hopefully it will work out.
http://www.mediafire.com/?dx2dm1j7ady
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Log file is posted above
How about now?
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Old 10-19-2007, 01:10 AM   #6
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Joe what happened to the red bumper????
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Ok, file coming down. I'll check that in a bit.
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Ok, first thing is that I don't see any data from the MAP sensor. Shouldn't be the cause since the adjustment maps all show zero, but it'd be helpful.

Did you perform the free-air calibration process for the LC-1 itself?

Also, I note that in Parameters, the calibration data you've entered (8-20) is different from the default of 7.35 - 22.39. Did you intentionally rescale the output of the LC-1 to these values? (done with a PC connected directly to the LC-1 itself)

What I'm getting at is- can we trust the data we're looking at?

BTW- since there's no MAP sensor data I can't tell if you were in boost or not during this run, but in general the O2 sensor clamp has no effect when you're not in boost.

The I/J in (from the ECU) is dithering pretty wildly when you accelerate. That's damn odd. Which wires are connected from the stock harness to the EMU again?
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I did perform the free air calibration with the wideband.
The I/J dithering from the ECU i don't know what the cause is i have the Bloomslang harness and did not do my own wiring. I hate electrical stuff. I am not sure why the map is not performing right. where should i tee it off to get the best result? i have a spare vacuum that i am running it off. maybe not a good idea. let me know if you have any recommendations.
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I did perform the free air calibration with the wideband.
Ok- does the calibration data in the EMU Parameters screen match the calibration of the LC-1?

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The I/J dithering from the ECU i don't know what the cause is i have the Bloomslang harness and did not do my own wiring.
Hmmmmmm. It's happening so quickly that I'm not sure if I believe it. Noise, perhaps? This is why Boomslang harnesses **** me off- nobody knows exactly what's wired to where. Did it come with documentation?

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I am not sure why the map is not performing right. where should i tee it off to get the best result?
It's not that it isn't working right, it's that it isn't working at all. The log shows a constant -20.1 PSI for MAP, which means it's seeing 0v on that input. If the sensor were working but not seeing a proper manifold signal, it would at least display atmospheric. This is an electrical problem, not a vacuum problem. Double-check the wiring from the MAP sensor back to the front panel.
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hmmmmmmmm
well i will go out again and try to see what i can do tomorrow. i did log earlier and the pressure switch read around -17 while the car was stock. i got to check the wires again. will post a new map tomorrow.
i was only hitting about 3psi when i drove the car in boost. let me recheck my wiring.
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here are two more logs of today and the em2 file.
http://www.mediafire.com/?d4ahqvzjesd log
http://www.mediafire.com/?fd3uxieo8mc log
http://www.mediafire.com/?7zpmvt5znld EM file

It seams i have something like a rev limiter when i hit 4000 RPM sometimes it just backfires for some reason. it can be see in the logs when i hit 4000rpm something weird going on. up to 4k the car pulls great.
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