I have, it works really good under high load/in boost and WOT, just idle and cruise is a bit *fudge*y. I once found the latency v volts figures, but since forgotten the website, but i was close enough anyway to only need to fine tune it. Im interstate at the moment, so i wouldnt be able to say what they were. From memory, the 14v is about 0.922, and 11v is around 1.009, or something near that. Scaling is around 900, but im not too sure why because theyre 565cc's, but its all running well otherwise in ceddymodsHave you set up the injector latency vs bat voltage for them injectors? also are they high impedance?
Was tired as hell yesterday after a 13hr work day, didnt mean for my reply to sound like i was snapping at you or anything lol.Appreciate the detailed response donki, helps clear up what to do in the future and helping me learn as I really am just starting off, so any help would be appreciated. Was planning on doing road runs like you said and monitoring with EvoScan and wideband to watch A/F, It’s just up to fine tuning the car until perfect from here on.
Just to add, I probably phrased myself wrong, for example when WOT in 3rd for at around 1.8k rpms, the car would literally bounce at that specific RPM and pop and bang exactly like the ceddymods Launch Control/Anti-lag (if I’m phrasing that correct) because it was reaching 170% load on the map which on the current tune is -7 degrees timing, thus retarted the timing and just dumping fuel and creating the sensation of a rolling anti-lag (if what I’m saying even is anti-lag). I thought you had the same issue like ours where it didn’t like wot at low rpms, sorry about that...
I’m assuming it’s a bad maf scaling and will have to play around with it.
As you can probably tell I know very little about this.Evoscan is a tuning/datalogger software. You don't put evoscan on the ECU. It's used to read it etc.
Lol well. From my understanding it's the only publicly available one that can read a ce ECU with the correct cable.As you can probably tell I know very little about this.
I guess the question is can it be used with a ce ecu?
I would like to learn more about tuning but I'm unsure were to start.
Theres a fair few, evoscan is one of the more wellknowns. Theres also Mitsulogger, but they all do the same thing, and all are half useless unless you're actively reading that datalog and adjusting to suitLol well. From my understanding it's the only publicly available one that can read a ce ECU with the correct cable.