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    So ignore the V8 and use the V7.5 instead? I looked at that but could not figure out how to program the V2 with the V7.5.

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    I have to tell you that I am getting really frustrated with this $900 toy. I have spent 15-18 hours of reading and gotten NO WERE. Most of the threads and manuals are 7 years old. The V7.5 Scan manual talks about function and features which I can find.

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    Disconnect everything. Stop all the new V8 stuff in the system tray. Open 7.5 scan & tune tools. The information may be 7 years old but it is still very relevant to your LS1 vehicles you are attempting to tune.

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    I don't have 8 installed anymore. I only have EFILive Scan Tool V7.5 and EFILive Tune Tool V7.5 installed. The Manual for EFILive Scan Tool V7.5 talks about functions which my version does not have. Using V7.5 and I can not program selected PIDs into Flashscan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dirktdolman View Post
    So ignore the V8 and use the V7.5 instead? I looked at that but could not figure out how to program the V2 with the V7.5.
    Quote Originally Posted by Dirktdolman View Post
    I don't have 8 installed anymore. I only have EFILive Scan Tool V7.5 and EFILive Tune Tool V7.5 installed. The Manual for EFILive Scan Tool V7.5 talks about functions which my version does not have. Using V7.5 and I can not program selected PIDs into Flashscan.
    You use V8 to program V2 with logging pidlists.

    You use V2 to record logs; you then transfer the logs to your PC, and you use V7 to analyze the logs and edit the tune file.
    Last edited by joecar; December 8th, 2014 at 06:21 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dirktdolman View Post
    I don't have 8 installed anymore. I only have EFILive Scan Tool V7.5 and EFILive Tune Tool V7.5 installed. The Manual for EFILive Scan Tool V7.5 talks about functions which my version does not have. Using V7.5 and I can not program selected PIDs into Flashscan.
    You want V8 installed because this is how you update the firmware in your V2, and how you program V2 for logging pidlists.
    Last edited by joecar; December 8th, 2014 at 06:21 AM.

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    Have you read these:

    You have to read these:
    V7 scantool user manual pdf <-- V7 scantool has maps which you need for tuning VE/MAF and other tables.
    V7 tunetool user manual pdf <-- V7 tunetool is how you edit a calibraiton file.

    Also, instead of trying to do AutoVE, try doing Calc.VET, see post #1 of this thread:
    https://forum.efilive.com/showthread...in-single-log)
    ( follow all the links from post #1 of that thread )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dirktdolman View Post
    I have to tell you that I am getting really frustrated with this $900 toy. I have spent 15-18 hours of reading and gotten NO WERE. Most of the threads and manuals are 7 years old. The V7.5 Scan manual talks about function and features which I can find.
    Which features can't you find...?

    If you play with the V7 scantool you will find out a lot of its functionality.
    Last edited by joecar; December 8th, 2014 at 06:25 AM.

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    More info:

    Quote Originally Posted by joecar
    V7 software:
    this is the traditional scantool and tunetool that you use for scanning/logging/reading/flashing with laptop in vehicle;
    scantool is also used for viewing log files; tunetool is also used for editing tune files.

    V8 software:
    this is the Black Box mode configuration tools, S&T and EE, and includes V2 firmware/bootblock.
    S&T is used to configure V2 for BBL/BBR/BBF; EE is used to copy logs and tunes between V2 and laptop;
    V8 software will eventually provide the functionality of the V7 scantool/tunetool.
    Even though V8 scantool now exists, it does not yet provide all the features of the V7 scantool (e.g. maps and filters), so use V7 scantool for tuning for now.

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