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GMC_2002_Dmax 03-12-2013 10:39 PM

Lml hex data
 
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LML Hex displayed in an "Editor".

Now to figure out what it all means !

I got my work cut out for me.........It will be a learning curve for sure.

:woott:

bluessmax 03-12-2013 11:00 PM

Lml hex data
 
Hello rail!

Keep up the great work man!!

GMC_2002_Dmax 03-12-2013 11:08 PM

That one was easy to find..........:thumb:

sweetdiesel 03-12-2013 11:27 PM

Tony
when you mention code it sadly reminds me of steve.

Is this how the lml is tuned? im interestef in this! How does one educate him self on this?

bluessmax 03-12-2013 11:56 PM

Lml hex data
 
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Originally Posted by sweetdiesel (Post 684352)
Tony
when you mention code it sadly reminds me of steve.

Is this how the lml is tuned? im interestef in this! How does one educate him self on this?

Once you figure out how one educates himself let me know... Been cracking for 6 months and there is no "go to" guide. Just hard work and "oops, that didn't work" lol! Driving the co workers truck home cause yours doesn't crank. Go down the road and think you have it whipped and then code out the sky. Hey, the beginning sucks! The feeling of accomplishment once you get somewhere is priceless.

GMC_2002_Dmax 03-13-2013 03:47 AM

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Originally Posted by sweetdiesel (Post 684352)
Tony
when you mention code it sadly reminds me of steve.

Is this how the lml is tuned? im interested in this! How does one educate him self on this?

Simon, nothing is labeled, there is no road map, the software "found" 970+ possible maps, what they do, how they relate to each other, finding the DTC's and even editing them will not be easy.

This is what Ross looks at and wades through and finds for us and then Paul creates the GUI colors, maps that we edit with such ease and makes it convert this mess to something we can understand.

This is not for the faint of heart.

I looked at the code last night and some things look familiar and some did not, it is a lot to take in and grasp.

If anyone wants to tune these this type of layout will be the only way to do it, and it will be a very costly investment both in time and in $$$$$$.

Better budget a few hundred hours learning it and $10,000+ to invest in the hardware/software to do it.

I only went through a dozen or so tables, I don't even know how they look up address's, for instance there has to be parameters in the code for simple things like idle rpm, but to find that simple table to alter the idle or to find the vane tables and even know what they do and if they are the right ones won't be easy.

I found out that you need a fast PC as well, lucky I have a brand new one with a solid state drive and 20 gigs of ram as this program taxes the processor and memory big time. My WIN XP PC doesn't have the HP to process these tables efficiently.

:thumb:

Also this is only one trucks raw file, if you have to get the raw files for every truck you tune that means every truck will have to have the file read out of either the stock ecm or thru another method that I can't disclose.

duramax hd 03-13-2013 04:14 AM

That's pretty bad ass Tony. You have any lml's in the area you can get your hands on? I know a certain someone who we've all been poking and proding to trade in his white ec/sb lb7 on....this would make a nice guinie pig truck :D

Nfamus10 03-13-2013 07:39 AM

Glad to see you guys making strides. I'm excited to see what's to come from guys like you and Kory. I'd make my truck available for beta testing :thumb:

THEFERMANATOR 03-13-2013 08:32 AM

Looks alot like the tunercat stuff I played with for some friends awhile back. If so I don't envy you as I know how tough it is to map things out. I din't have the patience to do even an OBD1, I can only imagine how tough it is to map out OBD2 stuff, let alone something as complex as the EDC 17 BOSCH.

bigmackmiller 03-13-2013 09:02 AM

Sub'd

Chevy1925 03-13-2013 09:52 AM

thats awesome tony! i know you guys cant post much on what you find in them (dont want to "give away" hard earned info) but if you guys could please update this with what you cant, id really appreciate it! this is cool stuff

paint94979 03-13-2013 09:56 AM

You may want to contact Steve he does have access to the "secret tables"

8100 Power 03-13-2013 09:58 AM

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Those pretty blue pictures will make you crossed eyed huh??

sweetdiesel 03-13-2013 11:27 AM

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Originally Posted by bluessmax (Post 684358)
Once you figure out how one educates himself let me know... Been cracking for 6 months and there is no "go to" guide. Just hard work and "oops, that didn't work" lol! Driving the co workers truck home cause yours doesn't crank. Go down the road and think you have it whipped and then code out the sky. Hey, the beginning sucks! The feeling of accomplishment once you get somewhere is priceless.

Sounds like when I first got EFI lol


Very Interesting stuff! Keep up the geat work guys

nar 03-13-2013 07:20 PM

So seeing what it takes to figure it out will less shit be talked on H&S now? They had to figure out the same stuff...

Good luck Tony, I wouldn't have the patience. Interested to see Kory's truck run...:


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