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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 09-22-2005, 11:08 PM Thread Starter
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Datalogging with XCalibrator

Well I got everything up and running last night just wondering if anyone else is doing this? It seems to be missing alot of items I should be viewing though. like boost, line pressures, desired shift rpm, etc etc.. Am I missing something? I only messed around with it for a few minutes so maybe it was right there in front of me. Any thoughts?
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ive been doing a lot of datalogging with the xcal2 and my laptop. theres a few parameters that wont come up yet, but im told in a near update, the parameters will be unlocked so to speak...

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have you been doing this to tweek your xtr files?
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How do we go about acheiving this datalogging with the xcal?
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You will need an XCal2 then and the LiveLink software from here
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Whats the live update for? And the Firmware update? Also do I have to return my truck to stock to install this software?

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Whats the live update for? And the Firmware update?
Live update is for updating the firmware in the XCal2 itself. The firmware update is the actual firmware file to be installed in the tuner (using Live update).
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Whats the live update for? And the Firmware update?

Auggie, the Live Link software is used for recording Live data of whats going on with your engine on for example a WOT run, so you can view it with the software or send the file of saved data to your programmer, and tunning can be made more precise and easier when a customer is an email customer. This data logged is then used to read performance values being issued by sensors that all run through your PCM and affect performance, so their data is crutial when someone is having trouble with a tune, it makes it simpler for the SCT dealer to read the graphs and see were the necessary adjustments needed to be made to correct such problems.


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So Mitch, to actually get data logging I need a laptop or I can see the stuff on the Xcal 2?

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also how do I know if I need to update my Firmware?

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