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Old 01-30-2020, 10:53 AM   #1
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Custom Logging Maps anyone?

I'm reading the tutorial from EFI and working on setting up custom Logging Maps. I'm wondering If anyone has any they would share?

I noticed some changes between the example they gave and, in this case, that fuel pressure actual (psi) is still displayed in bar. Also that commanded fuel only appears in the PID list as Commanded Fuel with Balance Rates now.

If you have a useful logging map please let me know, I would like to use or duplicate it.

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I noticed some changes between the example they gave and, in this case, that fuel pressure actual (psi) is still displayed in bar. Also that commanded fuel only appears in the PID list as Commanded Fuel with Balance Rates now.
I know that when I started learning EFi live, I had to set the units of measure to display Standard instead of metric. That made the examples I was looking at less confusing.
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Seems like everyone has either moved on or afraid to post.

I did make some baby moves, got my RP scaled correctly, baro scaled correctly, and removed the two glaring limiters to let a stock tune fuel past 3000. Been reading threads here and on efi forums. Pulled down a couple of tunes to compare changes. I will still like advise on setting up maps to data log because I don't have a good concept of some of the data being pulled in yet.

The use of mm3 in places in the tune that don't use the same scale is messing with me.

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It takes a very long time to setup the Maps the way guys like them. You have to play around with the settings and make it work the way you would like. I dont use all imperial or metric I adjusted my maps to the way I wanted to see the data.

If you scale your tune files to the maps that always helps. however it isnt completely required.
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Old 02-21-2020, 11:00 AM   #5
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It takes a very long time to setup the Maps the way guys like them. You have to play around with the settings and make it work the way you would like. I dont use all imperial or metric I adjusted my maps to the way I wanted to see the data.

If you scale your tune files to the maps that always helps. however it isnt completely required.
I've read through a good deal of your posts and a couple of others to try and get a reference for what I'm doing.
I struggle with the fact that I don't know how to scroll the time line in maps view.

Would you be willing to message me some of the maps you typically use?

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I've read through a good deal of your posts and a couple of others to try and get a reference for what I'm doing.
I struggle with the fact that I don't know how to scroll the time line in maps view.

Would you be willing to message me some of the maps you typically use?

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There is no functionality to scrub the timelines in map view. You will only use the Play and Pause buttons to stop the data log.

Scrubbing is for the dashboard view
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