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    Quote Originally Posted by Stealth97 View Post
    How do I see the calc BEN data in the map in the Scan Tool? Do I use the AutoVEPrimary.map and load it? I read how to do it before and did it but now I need to do it again.

    If I don't have the AutoVEPrimary.map, what is the function to create it?
    You must have the PID selected, and monitoring or recording data.
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    Nice job Mr Prick, thanks. You might need to change your user name now.
    Need official EFILive help, please go here.
    For tuning support please post your questions on this forum (or other auto forums).
    Sorry if I don't respond to your PM, don't take it personal.


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    Last edited by hquick; March 10th, 2012 at 09:21 PM.
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    3 of the 4 links at bottom of first post are dead...

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    Gday all


    Is RR compatible with an E38 PCM in a L98 Holden 6.0ltr?

    And if so what would be required to connect with an existing Efi live account ( FS2 )

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    Quote Originally Posted by justinaxe View Post
    Gday all


    Is RR compatible with an E38 PCM in a L98 Holden 6.0ltr?

    And if so what would be required to connect with an existing Efi live account ( FS2 )
    No, the RoadRunner is based on the LS1 PCM (i.e. made from GM part number 0411)...

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    More info regarding 512KB and 1024KB roadrunners: http://support.moates.net/roadrunner/

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    i know this is an old thread, but has anyone tried to use a road runner on v8? i have yet to figure out how to put in my key to activate it, i show the cummins and tune upgrade but not the road runner. Do I need to install an older version to make this work?? Did they discontinue support for the road runner?

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    Roadrunner is run via the V7 tunetool (i.e. the calibration editor)... there is no V8 tunetool (calibration editor).


    You install both V7 and V8...
    V7 is used for editing the calibration, and logging for tuning (maps).
    V8 is used for flashing the ECM/TCM, and updating FSV2 (and now has maps).


    More info on RR:
    kb_article.php?ref=8995-QACM-5153
    kb_article.php?ref=7234-QWEZ-4023

    Last edited by joecar; April 8th, 2016 at 09:37 AM.

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