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Thread: NismoTronic 3.9.005 Update: Set Timing Window and Misc GUI improvements

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2014-01-08 17:00:38
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NismoTronic 3.9.005 Update: Set Timing Window and Misc GUI improvements
NismotronicSA Update: 3.9.005

* Current log time updates on log analyzer window
* Set Timing/Idle mode window now available in Tools -> "Set Idle/Timing" @vqman @gomba
* Misc GUI improvements (Review Icon and Status coloring)
* PTE/Bosch 1600cc added to Injector latency presets. @kevwal

** Set Timing Window is only available when a NEMU is connected and a valid TCD is open. It will show you the current Final Ignition value that the ECU is using and this is what you will want to sync your distributor timing with a timing light to. **
Last edited by JKTUNING on 2014-01-08 at 17-02-57.
2014-01-08 17:11:00
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Will the fact that I'm running E85 make a difference with the injector latency? @JKTUNING
My numbers are a little different.
2014-01-08 17:35:51
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Originally Posted by kevwal
Will the fact that I'm running E85 make a difference with the injector latency? @JKTUNING
My numbers are a little different.


No, but your base pressure will make a difference!
2014-01-08 17:58:23
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Ok. I'm still running 3bar base pressure.
2014-01-08 19:19:14
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great work john!
2014-01-08 22:46:11
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What better tuning software/ecu could you ask for?

I mean he only takes our requests/comments/questions and implement them into the software!

Awesome work John!
2014-01-08 23:18:22
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not sure if this is related to the update but i just noticed that the monitor window cells arent matching the rpms or fuel map cells when traced, heres an example..

2014-01-09 00:43:58
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Originally Posted by JKTUNING
NismotronicSA Update: 3.9.005
* Set Timing/Idle mode window now available in Tools -> "Set Idle/Timing" @vqman @gomba

** Set Timing Window is only available when a NEMU is connected and a valid TCD is open. It will show you the current Final Ignition value that the ECU is using and this is what you will want to sync your distributor timing with a timing light to. **


Nice, I think this will help people going forward!

-G
2014-01-09 03:16:30
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Originally Posted by lynchfourtwenty
not sure if this is related to the update but i just noticed that the monitor window cells arent matching the rpms or fuel map cells when traced, heres an example..



That picture looks like it is tracing properly.. the tracer matches the green highlighted cell on the fuel table.

If you send me your tcd and TCL I can take a look. But I didn't touch anything that would have to do with how the monitor window tracing works.

(Edit: I see what you mean.. it isn't following it past 7500 like it should.. does it trace the rest of the table OK?

I honestly only tested the new revision without the tables rpm scale reverted, so I will take a peak at it tomorrow and see what the deal is!)
Last edited by JKTUNING on 2014-01-09 at 03-27-28.
2014-01-09 06:33:54
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Originally Posted by JKTUNING
Originally Posted by lynchfourtwenty
not sure if this is related to the update but i just noticed that the monitor window cells arent matching the rpms or fuel map cells when traced, heres an example..



That picture looks like it is tracing properly.. the tracer matches the green highlighted cell on the fuel table.

If you send me your tcd and TCL I can take a look. But I didn't touch anything that would have to do with how the monitor window tracing works.

(Edit: I see what you mean.. it isn't following it past 7500 like it should.. does it trace the rest of the table OK?

I honestly only tested the new revision without the tables rpm scale reverted, so I will take a peak at it tomorrow and see what the deal is!)



load wise it seems on, rpm wise its off all the way throughout the range..

you got my tcd, an most current log from tonight
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