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post #16 of 17 (permalink) Old 06-07-2014, 07:50 PM
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Tunercat works pretty good for me
So far I've only adjusted fan turn on speed, top speed governor, and air/erg delete
Haven't really figured out how to adjust parameters that give me more power.
Kinda got frustrated and gave up. Maybe one day I'll try again.
Really would like to learn more bout tuning to gain better gas milage
Or more horsepower.
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post #17 of 17 (permalink) Old 06-08-2014, 12:18 AM
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I have both. Steveo's XDF is the bomb! Thanks for the hard work!

I started with TunerCat, then downloaded TunerPro RT for the 3D graphing.

Now I use TunerCat to load files, but Tuner Pro RT to tune. The 3D graphs make tuning 1000 times easier than TunerCat to me, just click and drag....

For data logging I use Scan9495 (Free), I actually like this better than TTS Datamaster. I don't know how to graph data logs on Tuner Pro, so that is why I use Scan9495. TTS Datamaster does have the 1/4 mile simulator, and has proven to be pretty close in my tests ([email protected] 4900ft DA vs. my actual track times of [email protected] 5620 DA).

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