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    Re: Two problems with turbonator cals

    honestly, a stock scaleable version would be great at this point for this era of ecu... specially since those willing the mod the code are scarce nowadays.....

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    Re: Two problems with turbonator cals

    Quote Originally Posted by Aries_Turbo View Post
    honestly, a stock scaleable version would be great at this point for this era of ecu... specially since those willing the mod the code are scarce nowadays.....
    Can we not do this with MPTuner? I thought we have several stock cals that are able to be modified.
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    Re: Two problems with turbonator cals

    i've got a disassembly i did a few years ago on a stock sbec1 577 cal (1990 yr?). doing a quick compare vs the v3 code shows a number of changes obviously, including some drb stuff that is not in the v3 code. i'll look at cleaning this stock cal up and posting it up. if it runs ok, i can look at either adding the drb stuff back to the v3 code or moving the v3 stuff to the stock code which probably would be alot harder.
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    Re: Two problems with turbonator cals

    If I knew how easy it was to use mpscan I would have done it a long time ago lol. With a windows 10 laptop I just downloaded the program, installed it, opened it and then let it update. Plugged the Boostbutton cable in and checked the box to load vcp. Unplugged and replugged the cable and it was ready to go. Hooked it to the car this morning and no miss whats so ever with version 3! At least now I can data log and do some fine tuning on my sbec.

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    Re: Two problems with turbonator cals

    posted up the stock sbec 2.5 atx a577 cal. this is the stock cal with a couple tweaks to fix a code issue as well as commented out the emissions reminder light routine that causes problems with the flash modules. also is set up for scaling as requested. lmk how it works. also had to post up a new version of mptune so make sure you are running 2.0.6.6 before opening this cal.
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    Re: Two problems with turbonator cals

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    Re: Two problems with turbonator cals

    Quote Originally Posted by wowzer View Post
    posted up the stock sbec 2.5 atx a577 cal. this is the stock cal with a couple tweaks to fix a code issue as well as commented out the emissions reminder light routine that causes problems with the flash modules. also is set up for scaling as requested. lmk how it works. also had to post up a new version of mptune so make sure you are running 2.0.6.6 before opening this cal.
    Had to reinstall mptune as mine would not update for some reason. Installed 2.0.6.5 and it updated to 2.0.6.6 when I closed it out. Took the a577 cal and made a few adjustments on the boost level and fan control. Added it some timing and have been driving it a couple of days. Runs perfectly well. Since its an automatic cal and my car is a manual it causes it to idle a little higher than normal on decel. Both my scanners and the DRBIII work well on this cal also. Im going to drive it a couple more days just to be sure. The only down side is no turbonator features of course.

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    Re: Two problems with turbonator cals

    Quote Originally Posted by rgl10 View Post
    Had to reinstall mptune as mine would not update for some reason. Installed 2.0.6.5 and it updated to 2.0.6.6 when I closed it out. Took the a577 cal and made a few adjustments on the boost level and fan control. Added it some timing and have been driving it a couple of days. Runs perfectly well. Since its an automatic cal and my car is a manual it causes it to idle a little higher than normal on decel. Both my scanners and the DRBIII work well on this cal also. Im going to drive it a couple more days just to be sure. The only down side is no turbonator features of course.
    thx great news rgl10. do you have a wideband? lmk what are the primary features from the tsbec v3 cal you want and i'll see if i can add them. some of them are pretty straight forward. others not so simple!!!! i've got a version where i've copied in alot of rob's turbonator code. we can try things 1 at a time.

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    Re: Two problems with turbonator cals

    I have a wideband but I don't have it wired into my sbec. I think the flash on knock is the most important turbonator feature I use.

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    Re: Two problems with turbonator cals

    Pretty sure CEL Flash and the launch control are the two main things people want.
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    Re: Two problems with turbonator cals

    sent rgl10 a test cal with cel flash and wb2nb in it. we'll see how they work. did the v3 launch control work in rob's turbonator cals? if so i can see about adding that code. if not then i'ld have to do alot of research to see.
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