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  1. Something of interest is E85 flames are much more blue/transparent than 98. Backfires are also different sounding and generally quieter on e85 as well. Mainly due to the flame speed and the fact alcohol burns very cleanly.
  2. Roland@pcmtec

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    Apparently they should just work without changes, but to do it correctly you should change the dwell. It sounds like an issue with the loom is more likely?
  3. If you post in this thread you will likely get some more comments. If you have a read of my comments "Beware that if you command too much overlap you will foul your plugs and the car will misfire until they clean up. 35 degrees is quite a lot and I would only recommend this as gimmick not in a daily driven car." the conclusion would be that 40 is way too much and will likely start misfiring. This assumes that you are actually hitting the cell exactly, if you datalog you may find you aren't actually running 40 degrees but rather 20 due to being at a higher load/tps than the cell you have
  4. It isn't that they aren't mapped rather it is they do not exist at all. They were new features added by Ford. It would be a huge job to try and add new code to the old calibrations, so it is not something that will ever happen unfortunately.
  5. The spark and torque tables are probably not correct for the NA + T which has different compression.
  6. Looking at your log it appears the file you are comparing against was last saved in version 0.41 which is VERY old. I highly suspect saving this file again will resolve the issue.
  7. Can you send the two files you are using to do the compare to support@pcmtec.com and also do help -> upload logs. After that can you open each file, save it, close it and then try the compare again? make sure you keep the old files. I'll send you a link to 1.23 as a backup if that does not work.
  8. Saving and opening the log again would fix it. So would closing and opening the datalogger.
  9. Version 1.24 is now available. This is a maintenance release. Bug Fixes: Data logging: Fix layout items not being autosaved/remembered in some circumstances Data logging: Fix "Empty File" error when opening datalogs saved in older versions (1.11 and earlier) Data logging: Fix incorrect items displayed during playback when scalars have been added in middle of a logging session MultiTune: Disable tune and fuel selection being available with the engine running when the Live Tuning scalar is set to 0 (False) Download from the website, ensure you are logged in first
  10. Are you using workshop edition? If not the selection is fairly basic.
  11. You need to add it from the list when connected to the car then save the layout.
  12. You should always use real knock ears. False knock is very common on the older motors as they get so noisy. Is it showing knock on all the cylinders to just 1?
  13. Ok "knock sensor spark adder" is actually a maximum limit the knock control can add back to the spark timing. Where as spark adder average for all cylinders is how much spark is being pulled due to knock. Knowing this I would log "spark adder average for all cylinders" only as the other one is not really useful to monitor. Looking at your logs you are getting -3 degrees of knock retard which is too much. If you log Knock Adder Cyl1 Knock Adder Cyl2 ... Knock Adder Cyl6 You can see which cylinder is knocking. If this is a BF/FG with 2 knock sensors this
  14. If you need to do it in the future there are some other methods here
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