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    Default PID Display Questions on the V2

    Hello, apologies in advance- haven't used forums before- not sure if Im in the right area. And Im a little bit challenged with PC stuff so simple advice wont offend!

    I have the EFI Live V2 in my Jetsprint Boat and had some questions about the display of PIDS on the v2 itself. etc

    1. I wanted to reorder the display to group the ECT. EOPS EGRS ( Fuel Pressure) Voltage and WO2AFR1 to the start up Screen and Im not sure how to do that. Can anyone point me in the right direction?
    2. Im not sure if its possible but can the EOPS be changed to display oil Pressure in PSI ( on the V2 ) along with the EGRS to show fuel pressure in PSI? Ive been told that when connected to PC you can see these values but i just want to see them when warming up boat on trailer before going out for a run.
    3. The EGRS PID- I used to have that on this device- how can i re add it

    Ive attached pictures of current PID Display.

    Thankyou in advance and have a nice day where ever in the world you are.

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    Connect V2 to your computer
    Open EFI Live V8 Scan and Tune program
    Select F5: BBX on the left side
    At the bottom click on the Read button with the Green Up Arrow
    This reads the settings off your V2
    Save as your file name

    Organize you PIDs
    Save as a new file name and Click on Program Red Down Arrow at the bottom.

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    Default Thankyou Nonnieselman

    Quote Originally Posted by nonnieselman View Post
    Connect V2 to your computer
    Open EFI Live V8 Scan and Tune program
    Select F5: BBX on the left side
    At the bottom click on the Read button with the Green Up Arrow
    This reads the settings off your V2
    Save as your file name

    Organize you PIDs
    Save as a new file name and Click on Program Red Down Arrow at the bottom.
    Heh thanks for that!! I will get onto that when i get home- that will really help. Any thoughts on the other questions- ie adding the EGRS and displaying the EOPS and EGRS in PSI ? Cheers

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    Sorry ive never done that so i have no idea what to suggest.

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    More info:
    Setting-up-a-FSV2-from-scratch
    https://service.efilive.com/kb/artic...utocal-for-bbx


    EOP in psi will require a calc pid:
    Engine-Oil-Pressure-PID
    That's using V7, so you would have to do that in V8 using the pid config window.
    Last edited by joecar; November 22nd, 2021 at 04:08 PM.

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