General griping about SD tunes

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General griping about SD tunes

Unread postby motorhead1991 » Tue Apr 02, 2019 9:14 am

We're all entitled to a bit of complaining every now and then....

This last weekend, I took my laptop and Burn2 assembly into the junkyard and copied a few binaries, 2 of which were some 2.9 SD tunes. These, along with 8TR and S0M are the first tunes of their kind that I've worked with...

I've gotta say, these are much harder to do than MAF tunes because they're not as documented! With MAF, you can use A9L to follow along and ID most things, but there aren't any posted SD tunes to do the same with :lol:.

For those interested, I grabbed:
EFI-MA35G - X0A
SMD331 - HUD0
EFI-MA44C - B002
EFI-SD24 - C9P
EFI-SD24 - 8MM
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Re: General griping about SD tunes

Unread postby 034v » Tue Apr 02, 2019 11:03 am

Interested. Maybe I can convert them.

Please post BINs if you're willing.
1996 Mark VIII LSC - Turbocharged/Intercooled/Methanol, Stall, Tuned, Fuel Support, LSD, blah-blah, really fun, wins most. XDF Available
1994 Mark VIII Farm Car - N/A, Manual Air Ride, Exhaust, Tuned, Projector Retrofit, cruiser car, fun, wins way more than before. XDF Available
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Re: General griping about SD tunes

Unread postby motorhead1991 » Tue Apr 02, 2019 2:01 pm

I'm getting it figured out using EFI-SD4X as a roadmap of sorts, it just takes longer
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Re: General griping about SD tunes

Unread postby ironmanisanemic » Tue Apr 02, 2019 8:59 pm

motorhead1991 wrote:We're all entitled to a bit of complaining every now and then....

This last weekend, I took my laptop and Burn2 assembly into the junkyard and copied a few binaries, 2 of which were some 2.9 SD tunes. These, along with 8TR and S0M are the first tunes of their kind that I've worked with...

I've gotta say, these are much harder to do than MAF tunes because they're not as documented! With MAF, you can use A9L to follow along and ID most things, but there aren't any posted SD tunes to do the same with :lol:.

For those interested, I grabbed:
EFI-MA35G - X0A
SMD331 - HUD0
EFI-MA44C - B002
EFI-SD24 - C9P
EFI-SD24 - 8MM



Here is the strategy doc for LHBH1. Its a speed density cal doc, so it should help out identifying things.

https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B3c0I ... WtzVlFtVzA
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Re: General griping about SD tunes

Unread postby motorhead1991 » Tue Apr 02, 2019 9:32 pm

ironmanisanemic wrote:
motorhead1991 wrote:We're all entitled to a bit of complaining every now and then....

This last weekend, I took my laptop and Burn2 assembly into the junkyard and copied a few binaries, 2 of which were some 2.9 SD tunes. These, along with 8TR and S0M are the first tunes of their kind that I've worked with...

I've gotta say, these are much harder to do than MAF tunes because they're not as documented! With MAF, you can use A9L to follow along and ID most things, but there aren't any posted SD tunes to do the same with :lol:.

For those interested, I grabbed:
EFI-MA35G - X0A
SMD331 - HUD0
EFI-MA44C - B002
EFI-SD24 - C9P
EFI-SD24 - 8MM



Here is the strategy doc for LHBH1. Its a speed density cal doc, so it should help out identifying things.

https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B3c0I ... WtzVlFtVzA


I appreciate that, thanks :D
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Re: General griping about SD tunes

Unread postby AmericanLocomotive » Sun Apr 07, 2019 7:47 am

I can't believe your local junkyard even has 2.9 V6 vehicles left. The last time I saw a 2.9 Ranger in any of my local yards was 2010.
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Re: General griping about SD tunes

Unread postby motorhead1991 » Sun Apr 07, 2019 8:49 am

AmericanLocomotive wrote:I can't believe your local junkyard even has 2.9 V6 vehicles left. The last time I saw a 2.9 Ranger in any of my local yards was 2010.


I live in an agriculture driven community... Rangers are in every yard here :grin:
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