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Freelog + LC-1

Old 02-06-2009, 09:07 PM
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Can i log more than afr with only the LC-1?

I've been using freelog, not getting accurate readings except for rpm. Tried Logworks 3.0 but its only showing afr, I can't get it to use ecu db-9 cable to show rpm so i can record afr with regards to rpm instead of time

Do i need an lm-1 to read rpm and tps, or just type some formulas and get the com port for the hulog to connect to logworks?

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Old 02-06-2009, 10:37 PM
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ok, got freelog to work, had version .89, upgraded to .93, had to change settings in freelog according to this pdf i found, http://www.mediafire.com/?kqhoq5cdzn8 . I don't know what to do next cuz my eyes hurt from staring at these screens for the last week
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Old 02-07-2009, 11:53 AM
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Good work getting this far, seems like you've had every problem possible from datalog cable to ground offset on the wideband, etc.

What do you need to know at this point?
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Old 02-07-2009, 08:38 PM
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yeah, i'm figuring it out...did a little run with towdogg's 1.5 last night with the moates and lc-1...originally had xenocron's chip for the p06 in there, so i started over with crome and made a new bin w/a p30 bin. Car started right up after adding boost tools, removing check sum, adding datalog/rtp. I played with the fuel offset after setting the bin up for precision 440's. Car would break up a little when putting a heavy load on it, so i adjusted the the boost tables for timing and turbo efficiency as xenocron recommended, and the car ran a little better. I played with the offset some more after this and got the motor to run strong without breaking up throughout all rpm's, then played with fuel tools some more so the car idles nicely from start up to warmed up...

Next set of questions, I have freelog showing all the correct values, and the a/f ratio is nearly matching the wideband (ground offset, *changed ground location as jd suggested*), but freelog will only log a/f ratios....i'm reading up on the formulas and formula collection, trying to figure out how to add some more info....

I'm confused with the relationship between logworks 3.0 and freelog...can i just use logworks instead of freelog, or would i need an lm-1 to gather more info for logworks (so i can get some reading like the logworks samples)?

the reading continues...
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Old 02-07-2009, 11:19 PM
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Logworks is Innovate's software. To the best of my knowledge you would need Innovate gear (SSI-4, or one of the other logger boxes) to read rpms, MAP, etc, in Logworks.

Freelog records anything passing through the ECU, which, after you run the wideband's analog output in through the O2 pin, is everything. What more do you need to log, or are you just logging AFR and no rpm/MAP/etc via Freelog?
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Old 02-08-2009, 01:54 AM
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Originally Posted by Joseph Davis
Logworks is Innovate's software. To the best of my knowledge you would need Innovate gear (SSI-4, or one of the other logger boxes) to read rpms, MAP, etc, in Logworks.

Freelog records anything passing through the ECU, which, after you run the wideband's analog output in through the O2 pin, is everything. What more do you need to log, or are you just logging AFR and no rpm/MAP/etc via Freelog?
I'm reading map and rpm, but i think i need to dial in the values for the voltages from them, because i don't think they're correct...i also can only log afr on the actual log, i haven't figured out how to log the rpm and map with the afr...only time based log
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Old 02-08-2009, 02:24 AM
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Alright, I'm a couple years out from using Crome, and I've only seen one local guy rn Freelog. Hopefully someone else here can chime in, otherwise it's going to be 3-4 days before I can take a poke at it.
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Thanks for your help JD


The 1.5 is ripping harder than ever :P


A rod or rods will exit the block soon and pics will be taken. This thing takes a beating like no other!
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Old 02-12-2009, 10:19 PM
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I just checked my old copy of LogWorks 2, and I don't think you need the SSI-4 to log Honda values. There is a plug-in you have to run after you plug your datalog cable into your laptop and BEFORE you run LogWorks (it's listed in the "extra devices" folder in the LogWorks directory) that is named "PGMFI". It's specifically designed for logging Honda protocol. Give it a shot and see if it works, IIRC you also have to select which variables you want to log before you run the LogWorks program, then after they're selected you can run the main program and customize their inputs.
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