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post #25 of 671 (permalink) Old 07-31-2016, 08:25 PM
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the pulse screens are nothing more than old commander screens, which were made in late 2004. I know because I used to have a commander screen, which I compared to the pv1 board and they were the same. I took that commander and flashed the pv update to it and it worked as a pv1.

so yes the drivers and hardware were designed for hardware from over a decade ago.

Edit: Sorry late 2005 not 2004


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you can tune that out with the can/pump TPS settings...
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Beta testing here...

Its not hard at all to stall a 6spd with stock tires with:
CAN low boost to 85%
Power Reduction 15%
and low boost fueling less than 100%

I have not stalled my truck in a long time!



Turned it down enough to where I could not get 9psi at WOT with 125HP injectors. Turning it up to the higher levels pretty much negates the smoke control for me. Gotta get Quadzilla to get those drivers signed so anyone can download it once they get more data.
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Tyler and I have both found a bug where sometime for some reason the custom tune doesn't apply it's settings unless you cycle through the power lvls and back to the level you want. It's been reported to the developer

Spencer and I went over the way the custom tuning works for the beta release for 0-30psi user tuned canbus. I have a happy tune for my truck, but my truck is an automatic so I don't know how that will work with your truck.


Power lvls: whatever you like
Timing: 8
Timing scaling: %80
Stretch: 1600-1800
TPS pump max: 100
TPS pump min: 20 ***This still works as it used to
Boost scaling: 35
Power reduction: 65 ** this only applies to lvl1, 100 will give you 100% of oem fueling 65 gives you 65 of oem.
Pump low PSI: 10-15 depending on where your truck normally lives in terms of PSI Set this above where you typically drive when just cruising.
Pump low scaling: 0 ** stay at 0 until you get canbus tuned. Once you are happy with canbus fueling then bump this up by %5 until you are happy with smoke output vs power vs driveablity. This can be used to give a little more meat under the curve when you want it.

0psi: 76
1psi: 77
2psi: 78
3psi: 79
4psi: 80
5psi: 82
6psi: 84
7psi: 86
8psi: 88
9PSI: 90
10psi: 92
11psi: 94
12psi: 96
13psi: 100
14psi: 104
16psi: 108
18psi: 115
20psi: 120
22psi: 125
24psi: 130
26psi: 135
28psi: 140




another side note for the V2 tuning. My vacuum operated cruise control works like a champ now. No more on the throttle off the throttle and repeat. It slowly builds to the mph needed then holds steady. I don't know how it will work when load increases significantly, but only time will tell.
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Any word on 4k being supported?

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Any word on 4k being supported?
I can't speak for quadzilla and what they want, but the 4k is really not street friendly, I don't know if the canbus tuning would do squat to control the 4k beast. I know when I was testing some old 4k boxes it was really all or nothing type of fueling.

if you are going to want the tuning, or smoke control, that this new tune is offering I would HIGHLY suggest you not run a 4k box. they are really on opposite sides of the fence. You wouldn't go out and buy chicken if you were craving bacon...

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How intuitive is this new tuner? Can a simple shmuck like me with little tuning experience do it, or do I need a code writing diesel tuning shop to do it?

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Your tuning is right here...
Between this thread and the stickie for quad info...

It wont be hard.

If you scale down the info, and take it in pieces...you will be fine.

I can easily see a new thread coming with everyones tunes in it...then it is just a quick change of the setting and a day of driving.

Good thing is, you can make it fit you and your truck, where as a can tune or even edge may not be ideal for every truck.

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Very easy to tune, look at tylers post #1 in this thread.

You are pretty much just increasing or decreasing fueling by a % of OEM based upon how much power you want at that point vs smoke output.

Start with 0 psi setting and increase or decrease from %100 by %1 at a time until you are happy with how the truck runs at 0psi. Then do the same for 1psi, 2 psi up until 30 psi. once you are happy with how the truck drives with only canbus fueling then move to wiretap. Set the PSI you want wiretap to start fueling %100 then set how much wiretap you want before that.

Done.


Here is the tune for 100 hp injectors to run clean at 7000' altitude

Power lvls: whatever you like
Timing: 8
Timing scaling: %80
Stretch: 1600-1800
TPS pump max: 100
TPS pump min: 20 ***This still works as it used to
Boost scaling: 35
Power reduction: 65 ** this only applies to lvl1, 100 will give you 100% of oem fueling 65 gives you 65 of oem.
Pump low PSI: 10-15 depending on where your truck normally lives in terms of PSI Set this above where you typically drive when just cruising.
Pump low scaling: 0 ** stay at 0 until you get canbus tuned. Once you are happy with canbus fueling then bump this up by %5 until you are happy with smoke output vs power vs driveablity. This can be used to give a little more meat under the curve when you want it.

0psi: %76
1psi: %77
2psi: %78
3psi: %79
4psi: %80
5psi: %82
6psi: %84
7psi: %86
8psi: %88
9PSI: %90
10psi: %92
11psi: %94
12psi: %96
13psi: %100
14psi: %104
16psi: %108
18psi: %115
20psi: %120
22psi: %125
24psi: %130
26psi: %135
28psi: %140

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Going to try your tune on my truck tomorrow when I drive to the airport (going to the ADS convention). Figure it should be close since I am at 4500ft, but a 62/65/12 turbo. I had my fueling curve much more aggressive than your settings.
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If it is a little low on power off idle / down low you might bump all pre 10psi settings by ~%2 - %4. I don't know much much the auto helps on take off so my tune may be too weak down low.

Tyler's truck was easy to get off the line, but his fire hose injectors might be keeping him from having issues. His starting point is ~%65 I think


As a note to everyone you don't need to increase % as you increase PSI, you can actually drop % after the 1st psi to help with off the line. Even if you set all values at %100 the truck will gain power because the ecm is requesting more power based upon it's own maps.

IE:

0 psi: %80 // this will give you good offline power
1 psi: %78 //this will help with smoke
2 psi: %77
3 psi: %78
4 psi: %79
5 psi: %80
6 psi: %81
7 psi: %84
8 psi: %88
etc
etc
etc

So don't be afraid to move up and down on the scale.


Also if you are looking for the right % to start at, don't be afraid to use lvl1 and set the power reduction at %85 then take off, if the truck is too slow bump up by %1, if the truck blows smoke drop by %1. Find the happy spot and use that as your starting point for the custom tuning. I guess it is like the 12v guys do when the look for good spool with only having haze.
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Also it is important that anyone that is doing beta testing needs to load their custom tune 2 times before it will take full effect. there is a know bug that prevents the tune from fully loading everytime the first time.

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