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    Quick ?, I was playin with this a little earlier, do you just copy ur entire ve table and paste it into the spreadsheet and then copy and paste the new numbers over ur ve table? Cuz i'm not done with my autove tuning yet and figured after i'm done i'd just do that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Loudmouth LS1
    Quick ?, I was playin with this a little earlier, do you just copy ur entire ve table and paste it into the spreadsheet and then copy and paste the new numbers over ur ve table? Cuz i'm not done with my autove tuning yet and figured after i'm done i'd just do that.
    You take the values from the BEN Map in the Scan Tool. Then apply the interpolated factors as a multiplier (as you should normally) to the appropriate VE Table.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tunedbyGM
    Looks good .
    Can you do the same thing in O.O.org ?(Open Office Org)
    I haven't tested it, but a lot of the functions are the same in OO. It may just work anyway...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tordne
    You take the values from the BEN Map in the Scan Tool. Then apply the interpolated factors as a multiplier (as you should normally) to the appropriate VE Table.
    So do you have to start back over with a stock ve table and redo it using this along the way, or will it smooth it out without doin that and just apply it on the next log? Also, between efilive and excel, will it still put everything in it's correct column when you copy and paste?
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    You control where the copy and past is applied to with the mouse . Can't use paste with labels options :sad:.

    The process works best when you start with a relatively smooth VE. Often times I'll take the stock VE table and apply a couple of 65 weighted smooths to it to start with. Then increase by a few % for safety, then start this process.

    See how you go with the existing VE you have.

    The thread and tool was really posted so you all could have a play and see what you think. We all have our own little ways of doing the same things
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    1. Get your BEN's and copy them all.
    2. Paste those BEN's into the first array.
    3. Copy the second array and paste-multiply into your VE table.

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    Question, it looks like you LS1 guys have only 1 Main VE table, but I have 2 main ones. Low RPM VE and High RPM VE (and Idle VE and Low RPM VE Double Fire).

    How would I go about changing the spreadsheet to get this to work, or does it really matter what TPS and RPM values go in?
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    Excellent job, thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ScarabEpic22
    Question, it looks like you LS1 guys have only 1 Main VE table, but I have 2 main ones. Low RPM VE and High RPM VE (and Idle VE and Low RPM VE Double Fire).

    How would I go about changing the spreadsheet to get this to work, or does it really matter what TPS and RPM values go in?
    DOH! You are correct it doesn't really matter about the row/column labels, the spreadsheet just performs calculations on the surrounding cells.
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