Join Date: Feb 2012
Location: cartagena, murcia, spain
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Speaking of that, here are the corrected XDF's made after speaking with Pauldaytona. I'll post my custom hybrid map shortly.
Why is that necessary on an ECU file?!? Encrypted/random means you cannot tell if it is corrupted. I would NEVER use DDG file format and would recommend NOBODY else does.
Use .BIN, GuzziDiag Reader, and make .par3 parity file (forward erasure code/FEC) to ensure there is no corruption and can repair EXISTING corruption. (People messing with ECU map also counts as "corruption".)
It is not realistically possible to read DDG's normally. Even if someone did manage to do it, they could change 1 number and it wouldn't work anymore. There are maybe three people in the world who can convert the files.
So just use the second method, write to ECU and read back using GuzziDiag. It's 5AM only, and a little dangerous flashing ECU repeatedly, but it is the more "Free Speech" friendly way of doing it. XDF = open-source, free, used in cars, and can fix problems yourself.
[e.g.: stock = 125 ticks/1 rev]
If speedo says 66mph DISPLAYED but you are going 60mph TRUE, is DISPLAYED / ACTUAL = 66 / 60 = 1.1.
Multiply (# of encoder ticks) * 1.1 = NEW value. [125 * 1.1 = 137.5 => 138] (round up)
Encoder now does 138 ticks / 1 rev, speedometer slows down 10%.
Stock: the RPM would drop very quickly if the throttle was released (to change gears). I got used to Blipping the throttle when shifting gears to rev match.
Series-ZID: The throttle roll-off (engine braking) is much more gradual. I can depress the clutch, close the throttle, and shift without having to rev match... it's usually in the right spot as I let go of the clutch normally.
Stock: the engine would struggle under 5k RPM to accelerate, as the engine would Burble at low pitch as if starved for air.
Series-ZID: It GROWLS
This could be due to deleting the Lambda sensor. However, I've noticed sometimes when coming to a stop idle stays at ~2000rpm, unless I let out the clutch a little then hold it again... then the RPM drops and stays at 1.3lk. I need to address this "bug" somehow.
I can hear the very slight inklings of a pop at 3k, but it doesn't happen to the extent of the stock map.
This is to be expected with a 10% richer map.
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