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  1. Upcoming release - Custom Tunes Table Axis Redirect, Gear Based Boost control for BA/BF and Increased resolution tables With PCMTec Custom Tunes a new era in Ford tuning is about to become a reality with the ability to tune your Falcon beyond the OEM level. Custom Tunes will give you third party like abilities to change the axis, increase table resolution and add features not previously available for these cars (like Gear Based Boost Control for the BA/BF). Initial testing of PCMTec Custom Tunes will be with Joe Tummarello of HoonTune . Phase I - Testing speed and gear based boost control PCMTec will allow the tuner to change the axis on a table to a completely different axis. This is very different to editing the current axis as we will be changing the actual source the axis itself. In the first round we are testing changing the Y axis of the Turbo Boost and wastegate duty cycle tables to be one of: RPM vs Vehicle Speed (Y) RPM vs Gear (Y) This will be of great help for the tuner of high powered cars as they will be able to take control of the boost for launch and feed the power in as the speed rises to maintain traction. The second option provides a quick Gear based boost control which will be very handy for street cars as well as for drag racing applications. Phase II - Changeable Decision points and Redirected Axis Second phase will allow the tuner to select different tables to use for many important decisions . This will allow you to change the decision point for Open loop fuel control from being TPS to something like MAP or LOAD. We will also add the ability to select the list of axis to change, possibly done like via a drop down or drag and drop method of selection. Phase III - Improved Gear Based Boost Control and Increased table resolution Adding new tables like full Gear Based Boost control to the older PCMs. Again will adjustable axis. Add the ability to create custom axis to allow increase of the number of breakpoints on the tables. Additional information. Initially these features will only be available for WORKSHOP level template which is currently only available with the Workshop version of PCMTec. You will need to purchase an upgrade per calibration (prices still being decided). For the Professional customers we are considering adding a template upgrade from PROFESSIONAL -> WORKSHOP Level and then allowing this to be used as the basis to access the Custom Tune purchasable add on.
  2. Upcoming release - Custom Tunes Table Axis Redirect, Gear Based Boost control for BA/BF and Increased resolution tables With PCMTec Custom Tunes a new era in Ford tuning is about to become a reality with the ability to tune your Falcon beyond the OEM level. Custom Tunes will give you third party like abilities to change the axis, increase table resolution and add features not previously available for these cars (like Gear Based Boost Control for the BA?BF). Initial testing of PCMTec Custom Tunes will be with Joe Tummarello of HoonTune . Phase I - Testing speed and gear based boost control that will allow the tuner to change the axis on a table to a completely different axis. This is very different to editing the current axis as we will be changing the actual source the axis itself. In the first round we are testing changing the Y axis of the Turbo Boost and wastegate duty cycle tables to be one of: RPM vs Vehicle Speed (Y) RPM vs Gear (Y) This will be of great help for the tuner of high powered cars as they will be able to take control of the boost for launch and feed the power in as the speed rises to maintain traction. The second option provides a quick Gear based boost control which will be very handy for street cars as well as for drag racing applications. Phase II - Changeable Decision points and Redirected Axis Second phase will allow the tuner to select different tables to use for many important decisions . This will allow you to change the decision point for Open loop fuel control from being TPS to something like MAP or LOAD. We will also add the ability to select the list of axis to change, possibly done like via a drop down or drag and drop method of selection. Phase III - Improved Gear Based Boost Control and Increased table resolution Adding new tables like full Gear Based Boost control to the older PCMs. Again will adjustable axis. Add the ability to create custom axis to allow increase of the number of breakpoints on the tables. Additional information. Initially these features will only be available for WORKSHOP level template which is currently only available with the Workshop version of PCMTec. You will need to purchase an upgrade per calibration (prices still being decided). For the Professional customers we are considering adding a template upgrade from PROFESSIONAL -> WORKSHOP Level and then allowing this to be used as the basis to access the Custom Tune purchasable add on.
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