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Turboedit setup question

Old 12-17-2004, 10:28 AM
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Maybe im using the base map helper wrong or maybe this is a totally different question. All I want to do is make the columns in turbo edit read like this...

26inHg,24inHg,22inHg,21inHg,19inHg,18inHg,16inHg,1 4inHg,13inHg,11inHg,9inHg,8inHg,4inHg,1inHg,1.0lb, 3.2lb,5.6lb,7.9lb,10.3lb,12.3lb,14.5lb,16.7lb,18.9 lb,23.3lb,27.7lb

The thing is, I already have all the maps made off of zydne according to the column headings above. So all I want to do is enter those maps into Turboedit after the columns read correctly.

help is appreciated
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Old 12-17-2004, 12:50 PM
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You are using a 3bar BIN file?
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Old 12-17-2004, 04:45 PM
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I'm trying to use the PGMFI-NG28.bin All it reads across the column headings is -33 across the fuel maps and 0.4 across the ignition maps. I am assuming that this is a 3bar bin file. All I want to do is manually make the maps from scratch, no importing/exporting. Correct me if i'm doing somthing wrong.

This is the info from zydne maps I want to use...
1991 CRX Si (PM6) factory tune. Recurved for 550s based on original 3-bar map. Spark curve smoothed at high bost and high RPM. 1.0 spark retard per psi/147% fueling under boost. 36 psi base fuel pressure. Tune works well on 91-octane fuel up to 17 psi, in 100-degree dry heat.
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Old 12-17-2004, 05:50 PM
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Originally Posted by midnightcrx
I'm trying to use the PGMFI-NG28.bin All it reads across the column headings is -33 across the fuel maps and 0.4 across the ignition maps. I am assuming that this is a 3bar bin file. All I want to do is manually make the maps from scratch, no importing/exporting. Correct me if i'm doing somthing wrong.

This is the info from zydne maps I want to use...
1991 CRX Si (PM6) factory tune. Recurved for 550s based on original 3-bar map. Spark curve smoothed at high bost and high RPM. 1.0 spark retard per psi/147% fueling under boost. 36 psi base fuel pressure. Tune works well on 91-octane fuel up to 17 psi, in 100-degree dry heat.
I have no idea why you are trying to use a ZDYNE file and think it relates much to a PGMFI BIN file you can open and edit in turboedit.

If its NG28 as well that is not the latest version and its buggy code.

Find and make sure you are using the most recent 3bar file from PGMFI. The column headings most likely wont appear correctly and you cant make them. You have to open one of Blundar's columncalc.xls files to know which columns represent which headings.

Enter from there manually...
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Old 12-17-2004, 07:06 PM
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Ok my bad. I thought i was running the newest version of TE but when i had installed it, it made a new folder in my program files rather than just replacing the old one. Looks fine now. thanks.
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