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    rats, I did forget... ...sorry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joecar View Post
    rats, I did forget... ...sorry.
    rats again, the zip file is on the laptop I left at work...

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    any luck finding those files? I switched the data on my map and seemed to get better data. I think the temperature changes I am going through right now with the seasons changing aren't really helping any. I had a question on what to do with my new data after I'm done, I've been changing the backup ve table due to my 98 pcm, but when I set my MAF back to active it won't be looking at the backup table anymore correct? do I need to copy the backup table into the main table and just blend the high res cells with the other ones?

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    Thanks for reminding me... hold on a sec...

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    See attached .zip file... if you look in it you will see where all the parts go...

    it includes these files:
    - .pid file to selects the pids of interest
    - .map for VE table using WO2BEN
    - .vdb virtual dash (see dash B charts)
    - calc_pids.txt from above.


    Quote Originally Posted by joecar View Post
    Here's some files for the scantool, unzip them to their correct folders under c:\user\<you>\Documents\EFILive\V7.5.

    Then in the scantool, open up VDash chart LS1B-0001-m, and open up map B0101-CALC-WO2BEN.
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    awesome, I'll download and install them when I get home after work today. what should I do about my Backup ve table and getting the computer to use it?

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    When you re-enable the MAF, the PCM will use MAF and VE as follows:
    - when RPM is above B0120, PCM uses MAF-only.
    - when RPM is below B0120, PCM uses MAF for steady state airmass, and uses VE for transient airmass.

    B0120 is set to 4000 RPM from the factory.

    This means, after you get your Backup VE corrected, you have to populate the Main VE from this... and then you have to correct the MAF is the same manner (disable VE by setting B0120 to 400 or less)(and disable CL/LTFT/STFT).

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