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Old 03-25-2013, 01:16 PM   #1
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The tranny selection in the plugins can affect your tune. i'm using a gsr tranny but the program was set to b16.

I am figthing with a lost of power from 3rd to 4th gear long ago it's like a hollow for one second and then the car hit again.

the first gears the car work super good smoke the tires the 3 gears then the hollow and spin again.

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Do you have any datalogs that we can look at? Do your AFR's drop or rise in those areas?
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no i not have any datalog, but yes the afr's goes a tad rich.

i'm tryng to fix the issue without buy any support acc. for crome, like a hulog. If i need to spend a few hundreds i prefer to switch the software.
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Default Re: crome plugins tranny selection

Are you using Crome Free?

Harder to tune without data-logging information. Without it you will have to make note of the speed and RPM of the engine when the power drops. Then go back and make small adjustments until you get the afr's where you maintain power for that given Speed/RPM range.

It is so much easier to tune with data-logging. If you don't want to drop the cash for a hulog then I suggest Neptune Demon or some other software that has RTP hardware support. You're going to have to pay for it no matter what direction you take.
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yes is crome free.

Ok, i going to buy the xtreme hulog from xenocron.

what program i need to download to read the datalogs.
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Well if you are gong to keep it on the cheap cheap.... freelog works sometimes! It has it's bugs.... as all free tuning software does, but it will work if you keep at it and be patient with it. Even Crome Pro and a hulog/ostrich would be easier.

You have to remember that you will be using two pieces of free software and that there is a very good reason Neptune Demon and Hondata cost what they do. If you ever upgrade to one of them. You will see that the difference is truly night and day.
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the neptune rtp Demon package it's 630.00

Do i need a base map chip to start? and what cable for datalog?

i'm going to do the switch.
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Do what switch?


There are a number of basemaps that you can download for a starting point. That or you can start from scratch with the base ROMs created in the software.
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