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by decipha
2024 Jul 10, 14:41
Forum: CBAZA - 94/95 Mustang V8 ECUs
Topic: 95 Mustang Gt Cbaza - J4J1 Strategy Question
Replies: 8
Views: 341

Re: 95 Mustang Gt Cbaza - J4J1 Strategy Question

As you've seen caledit uses .bin as well and can open it just fine and write it to the tweecer. The .ccf file is if you save any changes or anything with caledit which you should never do.

Correct, 30lb injector high slope and 472 cubic inches is the factory values for a stock 19lb 302 when you use the ecu's maximum resolution. This is due to the k-constant and is the principle of scaling.

After you read the fuel write up it will make perfect sense. Keep in mind that is just how caledit shows the values. That same tune opened in tunerpro will show the correct 19lb injector high slope and correct 302 cubes. Again this emphasizes the importance of using tunerpro to tune and only using caledit to write. FYI 302 / 472 = 0.639 * 30 == 19lb injector

If that's confusing you too much then its probably best you upgrade to a moates quarterhorse so everything makes perfect sense and you'd have far better logging and tuning abilities as well using tunerpro.
by decipha
2024 Jul 09, 09:49
Forum: CBAZA - 94/95 Mustang V8 ECUs
Topic: 95 Mustang Gt Cbaza - J4J1 Strategy Question
Replies: 8
Views: 341

Re: 95 Mustang Gt Cbaza - J4J1 Strategy Question

The strategy is CBAZA, t4m2 is the calibration file.

There is no conversion.

http://www.efidynotuning.com/started.htm
by decipha
2024 Jul 08, 16:37
Forum: CBAZA - 94/95 Mustang V8 ECUs
Topic: 95 Mustang Gt Cbaza - J4J1 Strategy Question
Replies: 8
Views: 341

Re: 95 Mustang Gt Cbaza - J4J1 Strategy Question

caledit sucks for editing tunes and is notorious for corrupting stuff.

Best bet is to start fresh with a base tune using tunerpro and then just open the tune with caledit and write it to the tweecer.

What does no pressure regulator mean? Are you saying your using the stock regulator and not an adjustable?

If your maf is calibrated for 19lb injectors then that means it uses the stock maf transfer. Simply dial in the injectors and your good to go.

But, 24lb injectors at stock 40psi base fuel pressure is not going to be sufficient to supply the fuel demand of any healthy HCI 302 when properly tuned.
by decipha
2024 Jun 29, 11:17
Forum: GUFX - 89-93 Foxbody ECUs
Topic: [GUFX] Strategy Files AFACT1 AFECT1
Replies: 1
Views: 323

Re: [GUFX] Strategy Files AFACT1 AFECT1

ECT and ACT is single byte and have to be signed since they read negative temps. Natively they are in degrees F.

equation is X/0.5

Its probably wrong in your file if it was based on the old guf strats as they were all wrong as well. I caught it and fixed it over 10 years ago.

password for all of my xdfs is DONOTEDIT
by decipha
2024 Jun 28, 09:32
Forum: TunerPro Support
Topic: data logging additional sensors
Replies: 5
Views: 536

Re: data logging additional sensors

That device is a moates superlogger.

Yes returnless EEC-V has a FRPS input to do just that and log fyel rail pressure. The additional benefit is that if your fuel system cant keep up it will compensate for the pres drop and prevent you from leaning out.

You can use an 03/04 v8 mustang automatic ecu to keep the fan controls.

what vehicle do you have? Year make model engine and mods? Assuming the 98 in your profile you should be good. Tach or speedo may not work though.
by decipha
2024 Jun 28, 09:24
Forum: Moates Support
Topic: Where to buy Moates QuarterHorse & J3 Chips for sale
Replies: 1
Views: 5908

Re: Where to buy Moates QuarterHorse & J3 Chips for sale

Someone contacted me that wanted a chip and jaybird to remove their QH since their tune has been finalized for a while now with no issues. They offered to send in the QH in exchange for a J3 Chip and a Jaybird Pro. I agreed and figured I'd post it here in case anyone else might want the same.
by decipha
2024 Jun 28, 09:08
Forum: FBGI0 - 02-04 Mustangs (ALL)
Topic: 4r70w Bin
Replies: 4
Views: 634

Re: 4r70w Bin

I just realized I never posted a FBGI0 auto cal tune.

Whats the setup? I can post one for you no prob.
by decipha
2024 Jun 27, 08:46
Forum: PCM / ECU / EEC Tuning
Topic: Datalog viewer recommendations
Replies: 5
Views: 5480

Re: Datalog viewer recommendations

Yeah tunerpro is far more powerful. You simply log it and look at the histogram and tunerpro gives you the corrections. No need in looking at a graph unless like you said your trying to diagnose something.

Tunerpro takes it a step farther though. If anything is out of range it turns red on the dashboard so you can literally have no idea what your doing and know exactly whats wrong.
by decipha
2024 Jun 24, 14:34
Forum: Hardware, Programming & Disassembly
Topic: 05' Slot MAF IAT transfer
Replies: 3
Views: 610

Re: 05' Slot MAF IAT transfer

I've never checked the iat transfer, AFAIK its close enough (maybe the same) to the older thermisters to never have had to at least I've never done it or questioned it.

There is no 05 xdf, thats premium member stuff and you need a mongoose and pcmflash to read and write 2005-2020 ecu's for tunerpro.
by decipha
2024 Jun 24, 09:55
Forum: FBGI0 - 02-04 Mustangs (ALL)
Topic: Stock Maf meter Peg
Replies: 2
Views: 539

Re: Stock Maf meter Peg

an 80mm pipe will support more than what the maf element will measure. Not a problem though if you fail the maf and use failed load. If you want to actually dial it in and get it situated with the maf reading then you'll need to upgrade to a pmas hpx-e slot maf.