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Old 02-21-2011, 02:51 PM   #1
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Exclamation tunerstudio to MS1 questions!

Greets from greece there! i have an mx-3 bp+t and i`m using a pnp ms1 from lex at clubprotege.com and i need some help

is there a reason why i cant use ve -----yzer :P in tunerstudio? its grey and uncheckable , is it the ms1??
olso is there a way to make the 8x8 afr table to a 12x12 ??? is there a "translator" for vise versa changes??

thank youuuuuuuuuuuu
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olso is there a way to make the 8x8 afr table to a 12x12 ??? is there a "translator" for vise versa changes??
The AFR table in MS1 is 8x8. The old way of tuning before VE analyzer live (which is totally worth paying for, BTW) involved datalogging and analyzing the logs afterwards with megalogviewer (MLV). You could have a 12x12 AFR table in MLV and use that to tune. But then you're sending that tuned .msq back to the MS1 where any time it's in closed loop it's referencing the 8x8 targets. So if the tables aren't same-same your tuning would be counterproductive.

As far as a "translator," you can take a 12x12 table from MLV, export it as a .vex, then import that to the MS1 and it will automatically be "squeezed" to fit into the available 8x8. I'm pretty sure I remember doing this once and the conversion was accurate, but you'd want to carefully double-check the numbers if you do this.
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The AFR table in MS1 is 8x8. The old way of tuning before VE analyzer live (which is totally worth paying for, BTW) involved datalogging and analyzing the logs afterwards with megalogviewer (MLV). You could have a 12x12 AFR table in MLV and use that to tune. But then you're sending that tuned .msq back to the MS1 where any time it's in closed loop it's referencing the 8x8 targets. So if the tables aren't same-same your tuning would be counterproductive.

As far as a "translator," you can take a 12x12 table from MLV, export it as a .vex, then import that to the MS1 and it will automatically be "squeezed" to fit into the available 8x8. I'm pretty sure I remember doing this once and the conversion was accurate, but you'd want to carefully double-check the numbers if you do this.
Thank you scott! i started building a new afr table and using it with the mlv to tune my maps! yay!
is there a prob making my afr map from 100kpa to 240kpa???
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