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    I bought the new aem 03-334 I believe. I have it working in v8 scan and I can log lambda. I can't come up with the calc pid for a Ben factor taking the aem/eqratio for dialing in my maf. I also have an issue making a map for this for the maf and also being able to highlight areas of the log and have it show up in v7 tune to make corrections for example spark. Any help is appreciated, thank you

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    This is on a 07 z06 with a e38

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    Is your 03-0334 connected using CANbus...?


    See post #72 here: The-AEM-30-0334-OBDII-X-Series-Wideband-for-FlashScan-V2-is-finally-available

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    You can see the pids you need to log in the equation in that post.

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    I will give that a shot. That's going in the v8 calc pids correct? Do I need to pull the tune using the v8 software in order to log with v8 software and make corrections and highlight areas of the tune? If not it's sort of useless

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    Yes, into the file UserCalculatedPids.ini.

    You can read the tune using either V7 or V8 (V8 might be better), you can log with either V7 or V8.

    Tune can be edited only with V7 at present.

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    I had pulled the tune with v7. I logged in v8. I highlighted a section in v8 scan. The area does not show up viewing the tune in v7. I have everything up to date

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