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    Default Updated to Version: 8.3.3 now issues with fuel pressure tables

    The fuel pressure tables are messed up.Click image for larger version. 

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    More tables have issues there is no scale for the rows.
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    Ok now I see you have to set the Row units, but how do you save it then. I close the tune and reopened and they went back...that was a huge wast of time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dozerboy View Post
    Ok now I see you have to set the Row units, but how do you save it then. I close the tune and reopened and they went back...that was a huge wast of time.
    If you change the units and or precision of the data, row or col values, those changes are (should be) automatically stored in a file called:
    \Documents\EFILive\V8\Config\XXX.cal_layouts.ini
    where XXX is the controller type of the tune file you are editing.

    for example:

    Here is the "saved" config for the e38 High octane spark table B5101
    Code:
    [B5101]
    Split.Horz=0.488247863247863
    Split.Vert=0.411883182275932
    Pan.X=-0.0490654205607477
    Pan.Y=-0.0488997555012225
    Rot.X=32
    Rot.Y=-110
    Zoom=30
    Data.Units=
    Data.Prec=1
    Col.Units=g/cyl
    Col.Prec=oz/cyl=4
    Row.Units=rpm
    Row.Prec=0
    Note: the Data.Units= value should be a degree symbol - but the forum won't show it correctly so I removed it.

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