Moving to ECU Editor

sjg34
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Moving to ECU Editor

Postby sjg34 » Sun Apr 24, 2016 9:32 pm

Hi Guys,
I need some guidance. I am considering moving to ECU editor as my main software so I can enable an air shifter. My thought is I should be able to copy my fuel and ignition tables back to a new ECU editor bin file, make the necessary adjustments for the air shifter/auto shift and then use Woolich to write the bin file. Then for any future fuel table modifications I can use autotune to create the new table and copy that back to the ecueditor fuel table. Are all of the table values the same? As an example if my tps table value at 10k 100% throttle id 5000, would that be the same value in ecu editor? Does Woolich have the capabilities and I have just missed the option? I hope there is a better solution as this seems to be painfull to do at the track
On a sub topic if I am forced do move away from Woolich as my main software I will have a quick shifter and a race tools license of sell if Justin will allow the transfer of the license.

bluegsxr1000
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Re: Moving to ECU Editor

Postby bluegsxr1000 » Sun Jan 29, 2017 1:45 am

how was the quick shifter holding up?

sjg34
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Location: Wichita, KS USA

Re: Moving to ECU Editor

Postby sjg34 » Sun Jan 29, 2017 1:07 pm

The quickshifter worked flawlessly but unfortunately I couldn't get both to be active at the same time.

bluegsxr1000
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Re: Moving to ECU Editor

Postby bluegsxr1000 » Mon Jan 30, 2017 2:03 pm

Do you still have the quickshifter? Are you selling it?