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    Quote Originally Posted by Dyno Dan View Post
    Try it now. I was uploading from a crappy connection on a Delta flight.
    Good to go. I can download it without any issues.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dyno Dan View Post
    Here's a quick overview of the approach to edit your calibration........at least one method of the tuning process / calibration editing that is. Your approach may differ.

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/6pg2k8aa0y...dits.docx?dl=0
    Mr. Dan can you please give a little more in depth detail about the O2 transition voltage setting?

    shows 1 thru 4 what is this (RPM Range?) if so what are the ranges?

    last email I sent to DJ customer service about this area was told rpm range,,, when I asked what were the ranges, where and why? Has gone un-answered almost 2weeks now

    You have been more help here on this forum, than E-mails to DJ"s own customer service.... So thank you for that
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    If you raise the rev limit to 13,000 can you add more rows to the fuel table? I found out that you can change the values in the rpm column. I think there's 29 rows, can you add more or do you just have to space them out differently?

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    I read the two documents last night and they're a nice start, but we need a lot more information.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 50-50 View Post
    I read the two documents last night and they're a nice start, but we need a lot more information.
    Traveling this week, but I hope to add more soon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dyno Dan View Post
    Traveling this week, but I hope to add more soon.
    Awesome to hear! Are you a Dynojet employee or just an affiliate or whatever they call their members?

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    Dynojet PV3 and Power Core - Juicy Detail and Help Inside

    Quote Originally Posted by noob View Post
    If you raise the rev limit to 13,000 can you add more rows to the fuel table? I found out that you can change the values in the rpm column. I think there's 29 rows, can you add more or do you just have to space them out differently?
    C3 allows you to rescale the breakpoints on X and Y axis, but you can’t add more. The table size is an “ECU thing” not a “C3 thing”. Be mindful of that when you change the X or Y values the table data (Z) does not automatically shift to realign with the previous association to the X or Y values. Hope that made sense? So you you would need to shift or interpolate values to get them aligned properly.

    Example. X axis value of 60 in the 8th column, and then at a Y value of 5000, and then has an associated Z value of 2.0ms. Now change the X axis 8th column value to 90....ok, the Z value doesn’t budge and is still 2.0ms, All the while the operating conditions of the engine are completely different.

    Typing from my phone. Sorry I couldn’t get screen shots.
    Last edited by Dyno Dan; 07-17-2019 at 08:08 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dubSolo View Post
    Mr. Dan can you please give a little more in depth detail about the O2 transition voltage setting?

    shows 1 thru 4 what is this (RPM Range?) if so what are the ranges?

    last email I sent to DJ customer service about this area was told rpm range,,, when I asked what were the ranges, where and why? Has gone un-answered almost 2weeks now

    You have been more help here on this forum, than E-mails to DJ"s own customer service.... So thank you for that
    BUMPING This... Other Questions have been responded to that were pitched after this one, If the question cant be answered at the moment would be nice just to get a validation response.

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    Quote Originally Posted by noob View Post
    If you raise the rev limit to 13,000.............
    I have no opinion on this, nor am I taking any sort of a positon regarding RPM limits, but....I AM wondering.....how safe is it to raise the RPM to such a high value?

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