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Old 01-27-2008, 04:49 PM
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Default PID files

Here are some PID files that i use,some are old adn i havenot used them for a while

when building a PID file try and keep it to what ONLY you need as the less chanels selected the better the quality of data

the reason I say channels and not PID is some PIDS use up to 3 channels by only selecting one PID

Ive read a while back that Pat likes to use boost voltage....this is very cool because you only need the one pid to select, He might of even said that he thought it was a little more accurate

you can use any of these files and modify to your needs or feel free to add your own pid files to this thread, I thought this may help some of us

Note these are mostly for LLY,But can be easily adapted for the 7s
sorry bout your luck newer models

To use these files i would save them to the desktop then open the zip folder and save to my documents - EFI-v7-pids
Attached Files
File Type: zip correcting mass sensor.zip (211 Bytes, 223 views)
File Type: zip cp3 mod.zip (295 Bytes, 157 views)
File Type: zip drive pressure.zip (244 Bytes, 125 views)
File Type: zip balance rates.zip (258 Bytes, 205 views)
File Type: zip simon.zip (370 Bytes, 94 views)
File Type: zip simon boost and vane.zip (315 Bytes, 112 views)
File Type: zip trans.zip (272 Bytes, 146 views)
File Type: zip LLY Driving2.zip (307 Bytes, 125 views)
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