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    I just up-dated from a v1 to a v2. I’m so confused on how to create new pids so the bbl can log them. So do I create new PID section under the *pls section or do I use existing one. I want to work on ve table using the bbl box to log it. I can't get my anlog AFR to show up. I create a section under of pids

    *PSL,PSL_23,PSL_24

    ;Node PID Alarm (min:max:style:time*10ms:hold*sec)
    ;---- ---------------- -----------------------------------------
    PCM, ECT
    PCM, IAT
    PCM, MAF
    PCM, RPM
    PCM, VSS
    ECM, SPARKADV
    ECM, TP
    PCM, KR
    PCM, CYLAIR_M
    PCM, DYNCYLAIR_M
    TCM, TRQENG_B
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    You can overwrite the ones you don`t want in
    the section your controller is under.
    See the PID descriptions.txt in:
    C:\Program Files\EFILive\V8\Documents\Pid Descriptions
    for the proper way to write them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mr.prick View Post
    You can overwrite the ones you don`t want in
    the section your controller is under.
    See the PID descriptions.txt in:
    C:\Program Files\EFILive\V8\Documents\Pid Descriptions
    for the proper way to write them.
    So how do i pick what i want. Please give ex.
    thanks.
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    Here an example (my Options.txt file)...

    Modify one of the 5 pid lists...

    In each pid list add up the total channel count... the total channel count has to be 24 or less...

    refer to C:\Program Files\EFILive\V8\Documents\Pid Descriptions to see how many channels each pid uses
    (print Options.txt on paper, then pencil in each pid's channel count, then it's easier to add them up).
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    Oh, in my example, you can replace EQIVRATIO with AFR if you want AFR.

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    How do i get my anlog to work with my plx gauge??
    I will be switching to rs232 when the chip get here.
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    Right click the PID for more info.
    The analog setting for the PLX is:
    AFR = {EXT.AD1}*2+10
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    Quote Originally Posted by mr.prick View Post
    Right click the PID for more info.
    The analog setting for the PLX is:
    AFR = {EXT.AD1}*2+10
    So i would put this in my Options.txt currect.
    How change my ECT and IAT to F*.
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