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    Jesse I think that is the Cavalier LD9 supercharged file, it is a one off but 4 cyl guys love it because it has a true Map vs RPM VE table vs the Load % in stock OSs.

    Just curious, did you see the post I made in the LL8 requested features thread about the one 02 OS that has an error with the acceleration tables?
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    I think some kind of a tutorial needs to be made up for the P10 and P11. My P11 has Loadpct pid as well as tps%.pid. The way I have tried to tune the ve table was thinking the pcm does this, Tps% X RPM equals a load value. On the P10 and P11 in the ve tables on the top line are 15.6% 18.7% 25% 43% etc etc. These are load percents and not TPS percents correct? I thought the pcm calculates rpm X tps and comes up with a load value and that is whats on the top row? I wasnt sure if this was Tps values or load value. Then on my scanner I would log loadpct and whatever the wideband read in that load area, I would add or subtract in the ve table. Does anyone know what a good map to make for these pcm's. I also have commanded afr pid in the pid list as well. But it comes up as for the LS2 engine and I dont think its correct for my P11. So I dont think using ben factor would work. I also have airflow in lb/min I think its dynairLs2. This one seems to work correct. Scarabepic, do you have these pid's in your P10 as well?
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    Id have to check, unfortunately as stoked as I am about this new params I can just look unless I can play with my buddy's 04 I6. Im "stuck" with the TBSS haha! The 02 is back in Seattle, wont be back for another few weeks.

    I dont think thats how load is calculated, HPT has 2 TPS % vs Load tables that assign a value for a given TPS to a corresponding load value. But Im scratching my head looking at the Load % values, it jumps from 50% to 100% in 1 table but takes 9 to get to 50...the scaling seems weird, but the actual data values correspond to the available data in EFILive...so someone has the table scaling messed up but I dont know who.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GAMEOVER View Post
    Any chance on the P11's.....
    +1 We need some fueling X ECT tables bad.
    1997 S10, 06 trailblazer SS LS2 swap, 4L70E trans, 76mm turbo. Factory ZQ8 suspension. 3.08, G80 w/a zexel. With a 0411 swap.

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    Ok gotcha I think. So the top row on the airflow table is tps% and not load? Your probably correct. Efilive doesnt specify what it is in the description but it makes sense. Oh well Ill try it again.
    1997 S10, 06 trailblazer SS LS2 swap, 4L70E trans, 76mm turbo. Factory ZQ8 suspension. 3.08, G80 w/a zexel. With a 0411 swap.

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    No, Im saying there are a few tables missing from the current calibrations that let you know what the actual load vs tps relationship is. I assume the VE tables are indeed load, but without knowing what tps value corresponds to that particular load tuning the VE is tricky and time consuming.
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    Ok I got it eric. Thanks for the explanation.
    1997 S10, 06 trailblazer SS LS2 swap, 4L70E trans, 76mm turbo. Factory ZQ8 suspension. 3.08, G80 w/a zexel. With a 0411 swap.

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    The load of an ecm is usually a function of applied spark vs mbt. Ill have to dig deeper into the low level code to see what it is. I had no idea people where even wanting more things for this controller, i could have probably added more. After i finish the other p12, cobolt, and e67/e38 updates, ill jump back over to adding in more tables for this controller.
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    Email me the supercharged bin file again, maybe ill look at it more sooner than later. jessebubb at yahoo
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    Ok jesse ill send it now thanks alot
    1997 S10, 06 trailblazer SS LS2 swap, 4L70E trans, 76mm turbo. Factory ZQ8 suspension. 3.08, G80 w/a zexel. With a 0411 swap.

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