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Thread: Load Percentage PID/Calculated Value

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    Wow, there are definitely a few more params available in there.

    What does A.E. stand for? Like Delta MAP A.E. Multiplier Vs. TPS.

    I would like to see some of the first 9 in the second image (starts with % Vol Eff Vs. RPM vs. Load, only the single fire tables). Would like to see what the Mountain mode references are, never heard a reference to that before.

    Thanks Mike, appreciate it!

    Wish TC was like EFILive and you could look at tables without buying it. Plus I think you have to buy it through JET now anyway.
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    I bought my TC through Moates, but I am a Roadrunner owner, so I am elegible for the program. If you don't want a Roadrunner, your only options are Jet (customer service sucks from what I hear) or Wester's Garage (not sure of them, mainly 6.5 diesel, but does cars too). Mainly went for TC because it is more cost effective for my shop when doing gear changes, tire size changes or the occasional 'farm or off road' cal for a 250,000 mile farm truck. I still use EFI Live for any serious tuning, as TC has no scanner or RTACS or anything of the sort! I am guessing AE is acceleration enrichment, cant tell for sure as there is no help file for this cal. . Looks as if mountain mode is off, I included it. but doesn't look as if it is on!!
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