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Old 07-20-2008, 12:18 PM   #1
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Going to try to load the Hi-Res firmware today for my MSPnP. Following the instructions from here http://ozmx5.com/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=13 it says to copy your existing project folder. My existing project folder was using the MAF but the copy of Hi-Res I'm going to be running is for the GM IAT sensor. Should I still copy my original project folder, or should I copy the project folder for no MAF (that I haven't used)? Does it make a difference?
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Going to try to load the Hi-Res firmware today for my MSPnP. Following the instructions from here http://ozmx5.com/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=13 it says to copy your existing project folder. My existing project folder was using the MAF but the copy of Hi-Res I'm going to be running is for the GM IAT sensor. Should I still copy my original project folder, or should I copy the project folder for no MAF (that I haven't used)? Does it make a difference?
From my limited experience with MS... I would make one major change at a time. So either get it running with the IAT THEN switch to the HiRes or switch to HiRes then get her running with the IAT once that's all done.
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yeah i'd switch to running the gm iat, make sure it works, then switch to hi-res
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yeah I'd Switch To Running The Gm Iat, Make Sure It Works, Then Switch To Hi-res
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er...to late for that. Probably would have been a good idea though. Still doesn't answer my question.
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I'm the author of those instructions and I agree with what everyone has said about one change at a time. To answer your question; if you want to change to HR and lose your MAF at the same time you should copy the "no MAF" project folder.
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I would have liked to change one thing at a time but time constraints didn't really allow that. If **** doesn't work right I know it's my own fault. Thanks for the answer though.
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