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    Default Tuning Defuel and Shift Quality

    I have been told that there is a way to control this with the parameters given.

    Any insite on this with the LMMs? I think it would also be helpful to be able to monitor desired torque.Maybe it is possible, but I don't see the pid, and I didn't want to have to reverse engineer a table.

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    Is there anyway to read a desired torque vs delivered torque value? I am trying to find what table is causing defuel/detorque. Anyone have any sugestions, I am going to start playing with it since I have fixed some of my other problems.

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    Use BBL there are bout 6 different TQ pids. one of which is amount of tq reduction requested.
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    Ya, I would love too, but it keeps saying that my one PID engtorque_m doesn't work or something. So it won't start logging. Anyone have a list of PIDs that are use full (ex:torque tables) and that will fully work. I have not been able to make BBL work yet. I do however have a 1gb memory card in it.

    Thanks, Adam

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    well have you been fully updated to V8? and using scan&tune to setup your V2 for BBL? if not take a look at this.

    http://www.dieselplace.com/forum/sho...d.php?t=347379
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    Okay, now I think I have a log on my V2 memory, how do I open it to read it I can't seem to find it.

    On Edit, I found it and got it moved, not sure if I did it right or not, but I have data now. I just have to get my PIDS figured out so the data is useful.
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    I can't get "my" selected PID's to come up when I am using the V2 it keeps wanting to use the default LMM PID's. What is significant about APP_D? It's stuck at 18.7% on idle.

    I really wish I could hand select my PIDS from a list rather than using the preselected PIDS for the LMM/Ally.

    It will be nice when we can get the TCM and ECM logging together as I was hoping to use the free spaces in the TCM spot for everything I could and free up more spots on the PCM/ECM side.

    Thanks,
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    Quote Originally Posted by duramaximizer View Post
    I can't get "my" selected PID's to come up when I am using the V2 it keeps wanting to use the default LMM PID's. What is significant about APP_D? It's stuck at 18.7% on idle.

    I really wish I could hand select my PIDS from a list rather than using the preselected PIDS for the LMM/Ally.

    It will be nice when we can get the TCM and ECM logging together as I was hoping to use the free spaces in the TCM spot for everything I could and free up more spots on the PCM/ECM side.

    Thanks,
    Adam
    You can. Use the Scan and Tune, go to BBL settings, and drag them into the pid selection lists.
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    I did, but they still only are using the defaults. It doesn't change them in the lists, unless I am not saving them right/programming them right. I should save the modified PIDs under options? No?

    On Edit: For and LMM Pid, it keeps giving me a spark advance, and a knock retard PID.
    Last edited by duramaximizer; January 6th, 2010 at 08:21 AM.

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    You should just delete the LMM default pids and start from scratch.
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