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Analog inputs - more info

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sfla_srt4 wrote:
Like on idle, the afr on the WB will be from 14.7-14.8 and the trinity will throw a 15.6 up and then come back down to 14.5 and then another number.


I'm pretty sure this is normal. If your WB is programmable changing the smoothing/refresh rate you might get the results you're looking for.

sfla_srt4 wrote:
Also, on Dataviewer, I am not able to see the WB pid when I open the tune and view it.. Will this be enabled or what?


I haven't tried this yet. I should try mine tomorrow.
2009 CTS-V. New Era Intake and Diablo Tune. 9.5" pulley, HX, and 160 deg stat


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not sure if I can change the smoothing/refreshing rate.. I just reinstalled the newest dataviewer and still no dice.


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sfla_srt4 wrote:
not sure if I can change the smoothing/refreshing rate.. I just reinstalled the newest dataviewer and still no dice.

Must be a bug. It was working here on the bench.
johnc <at> diablosport.com

Post Thu Feb 26, 2009 11:16 am

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Bump for dataviewer question..


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wetcoast wrote:
If your WB is programmable changing the smoothing/refresh rate you might get the results you're looking for.

He is talking about changing something on your wideband, not on the DataViewer. There is no such feature in the DataViewer.
johnc <at> diablosport.com


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johnc wrote:
wetcoast wrote:
If your WB is programmable changing the smoothing/refresh rate you might get the results you're looking for.

He is talking about changing something on your wideband, not on the DataViewer. There is no such feature in the DataViewer.


I think SRT-4 is talking about logging the analog input PID in Dataviewer. It's not coming up as a selectable PID.
2009 CTS-V. New Era Intake and Diablo Tune. 9.5" pulley, HX, and 160 deg stat


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Yes, there is no pid on the dataviewer. I see the others that I have on my layout, but not the WB.


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sfla_srt4 wrote:
I now have the input working but the calibration seems off.. I have the UEGO and the lower bound is set to "10.000" and the upper is "20.020". When the WB is steady the trinity is jumping around to random numbers. Like on idle, the afr on the WB will be from 14.7-14.8 and the trinity will throw a 15.6 up and then come back down to 14.5 and then another number.

What are you guys using for calibration numbers??

Also, on Dataviewer, I am not able to see the WB pid when I open the tune and view it.. Will this be enabled or what?



heres the quote from the first page..


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wetcoast wrote:
sfla_srt4 wrote:
Like on idle, the afr on the WB will be from 14.7-14.8 and the trinity will throw a 15.6 up and then come back down to 14.5 and then another number.


I'm pretty sure this is normal. If your WB is programmable changing the smoothing/refresh rate you might get the results you're looking for.

sfla_srt4 wrote:
Also, on Dataviewer, I am not able to see the WB pid when I open the tune and view it.. Will this be enabled or what?


I haven't tried this yet. I should try mine tomorrow.


have you tried viewing the Pid on Dataviewer yet??


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I just tried it. You're looking in the wrong spot in Dataviewer. In the left pane there is PID's branches and then there are external branches. Look in the externals. PID's only come from the ODB II.
2009 CTS-V. New Era Intake and Diablo Tune. 9.5" pulley, HX, and 160 deg stat


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I did click the external.. There was nothing there. I also right clicked it and it showed 2 options, "Select Children" and "deselect Children". These also did nothing for me.


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I have reproduced the issue here, look for the fix in the next release.
johnc <at> diablosport.com


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Great!


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Any ETA on the release??? Would love to have it before next friday, going to the track..


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Trying to spit one out before I leave for the day today. Going to be close.
johnc <at> diablosport.com

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