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ekaz 09-07-2011 08:04 AM

Good PIDs to log for your tuner
 
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This was originally posted by Johan on a couple other forums, thought I'd repost here for you guys:

I have been asked this alot and here is breakdown on what I like to see as far as pids go in order to properly adjust a calibration.
I split it up in the two different groups for 05-06 and then 07-up and they are grouped by the groups they are listed in Predator/Trinty and Dataviewer.
Dashboards are attached at the bottom of the page as well.

2005-2006 PIDS

EPDSS
RPM
rpm
Foundation Inputs
MPH
mph
Charge Temperature
ACT
F
Coolant Temperature
ECT
F
Desired Fuel Air
OPEN LOOP FA
FAR
Fuel Flows
1/1 Short Term ADAP
%
2/1 Short Term ADAP
%
1/1 Long Term ADAP
%
2/1 Long Term ADAP
%
BARO
kPa
PRATIO
PRatio
Injector Control
TOTAL WORKING PW CYL1
us
Knock Control
KNK LT RETARD
deg
KNK ST RETARD
deg
Spark
ACTUAL SPK CYL1
deg
BASE SPK
deg
MAP
SENSED MAP
kPa
MAP TO USE
kPa
READ MAP KPA
kPa
Miscellaneous
RAW TPS1
V
RAW TPS2
V


2007-up PIDS


Igntion
Base Spark
Deg
Actual Spark Cyl 1
Deg
Intake
Intake Air Temp Deg
F
Manifold Air Pressure
kPa
Barometric Pressure
in Hg
Injector Pulse Width Cylinder 1
us
Miscellaneous
1/1 Short Term ADAP
%
2/1 Short Term ADAP
%
2/1 Long Term ADAP
%
1/1 Long Term ADAP
%
DESIRED FA CYL1
FAR
OPEN LOOP FA
FAR
READ MAP KPA
kPa
P-Ratio MAP/BARO
PRatio
Misfire
KNK LT RETARD
deg
KNK ST RETARD
Deg
Performance
Vehicle Speed
mph
Engine Speed
rpm
Read Engine RPM
rpm
Throttle
Throttle Position Sensor Percent
%
Accelerator Pedal Position
%
Throttle Blade Position
%

Scottina06 09-07-2011 12:09 PM

Re: Good PIDs to log for your tuner
 
thanks! Good info!

4.whoa 09-08-2011 11:19 AM

Re: Good PIDs to log for your tuner
 
How should I drive when logging? I've seen a few old posts where one said just drive around for 15 min, & another that said to go to the track.
whats the right/ best way to get the most out of it?

ekaz 09-08-2011 12:23 PM

Re: Good PIDs to log for your tuner
 
I can't make it to the track for logging, so I normally do some normal driving and then get some wide open pulls on a quiet street or something, then if i can, hop on the expressway and do some wot from a roll pulls.
If you have a predator, you only have about 7 minutes worth of memory to log with. I suggest hooking your predator up to a laptop and logging directly to that.
If you have a trinity, there is plenty of memory built-in for extended logging.


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