Good .bin file for VE?

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Re: Good .bin file for VE?

Postby whiteretta » Fri Aug 01, 2014 11:59 pm

I hope to have the car back out again next week so I can start playing with it a bit more with this extra information, very helpful, and much appreciated!


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Re: Good .bin file for VE?

Postby woody90gtz » Sat Aug 02, 2014 12:32 am

RobertISaar wrote:.................. there is no 1.5, not for any 3100 powered vehicle.

BLM and INT can be setup to display the way OBD2 LTFT and STFT are, it's actually fairly simple at that.


That would just be a change in the math with the XDF? Would make adjustments a little easier than doing the math all the time...


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Re: Good .bin file for VE?

Postby whiteretta » Sat Aug 02, 2014 10:48 am

To make sure I'm seeing things correctly...

Just took a quick look at BLM and INT, and the OBD 1.5's range is 0 - 255 on TunerPro 5.

Minimum to maximum INT is 16 - 240, and for BLM it's 100 - 156. BLM timer for INT action is set at 22.


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Re: Good .bin file for VE?

Postby RobertISaar » Tue Aug 05, 2014 10:27 am

woody90gtz wrote:
RobertISaar wrote:.................. there is no 1.5, not for any 3100 powered vehicle.

BLM and INT can be setup to display the way OBD2 LTFT and STFT are, it's actually fairly simple at that.


That would just be a change in the math with the XDF? Would make adjustments a little easier than doing the math all the time...


slight change of math in the ADX. the generic OBD2 PIDs for LTFT and STFT actually act exactly like BLM and INT without conversion, IIRC.

((X/128)-1)*100 = % change to fueling.

whiteretta wrote:To make sure I'm seeing things correctly...

Just took a quick look at BLM and INT, and the OBD 1.5's range is 0 - 255 on TunerPro 5.

Minimum to maximum INT is 16 - 240, and for BLM it's 100 - 156. BLM timer for INT action is set at 22.


sounds like normal settings to me.



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Re: Good .bin file for VE?

Postby 3X00-Modified » Tue Aug 05, 2014 12:24 pm

woody90gtz wrote:
RobertISaar wrote:.................. there is no 1.5, not for any 3100 powered vehicle.

BLM and INT can be setup to display the way OBD2 LTFT and STFT are, it's actually fairly simple at that.


That would just be a change in the math with the XDF? Would make adjustments a little easier than doing the math all the time...


It's quite easy to make adjustments with OBDII and I think if you convert your BLM's to OBDII fuel trims in % it may allow you to use the table modifier application to adjust tables even quicker.



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Re: Good .bin file for VE?

Postby woody90gtz » Tue Aug 05, 2014 6:11 pm

Yeah, by doing the math in the ADX it will save you from doing the math when adjusting the table. I wrote em down on a yellow pad & did it that way, don't know why I never thought of the ADX! haha


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