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    My Vtech Tune file inside

    It is the first time, that I open a Vtech tunefile with Mapedit.
    I have some questions about this inside stuff.
    These 6 pages are everything what is relevant and possible(!) for adjustments?
    For my understanding this is a user interface desktop tool
    I know this from my car very very more complicated.
    okay this was my first question above - is this all?

    My second question is:
    The difference in Ignition1(ECO Mode) Ignition2(Normal Mode) Ignition3(Sport Mode) are the
    amount of decimal places (number of digits after the decimal point).
    Is this a important fact that must be in this unorderly kind ????

    My third question is:
    In all Ignition tables I see at some fields (marked) at lower revs higher values.
    This are some empirical values and must be in this kind?

    And my last question is:
    Where is the value setup that makes a tune agressive scaled or scaled like stock?

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    and page 6

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    those are some strange timing tables
    I have never seen timing in vacuum lower than max rpm/boost
    this is what I am use to seeing
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    Quote Originally Posted by skidoochris View Post
    those are some strange timing tables
    I have never seen timing in vacuum lower than max rpm/boost
    That is actually a normal layout he posted. The one you posted looks like a Siemens setup?

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    yes its is but my motec map is much closer to it than that upside down table

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    Quote Originally Posted by skidoochris View Post
    yes its is but my motec map is much closer to it than that upside down table
    Sorry but you can't compare a motec and Siemens ignition map to the map as found on a Bosch/vtech map.

    Besides, when logging, many of the cells outside of typical areas are never hit. When viewed in MLVHD, everything starts to make sense.

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    as I said I have seen many timing tables and none ever looked like that

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    ^ you've never seen a Les Cooke map then...

    But yes.. The map shouldn't have hiccups in it like that. A 3D view of a table makes those areas pretty obvious

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    so my questions are all still alive
    I can correct cell by cell, I have a lot of time, its a raining weekend here in Germany.
    There are only 1071 cells - this is about 1-2 hour work looking after them cell by cell.
    If there is something that I can correct to wast some time.

    Here my Stock file tables. 36.8 timing in the stock file table - who would have thought..

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    crap...

    how do you guys make heads or tails out of that?

    where do you enroll in map tuning/editing/comprehension 101?

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