on the fly - sorry but I am all new about the expresions.i do know however that they cant be done on the fly and require the ignition on while the maps loaded then ignition off for a set period before restarting.
the intention is not to gain HP, but to experiment and learn about remapping and the desire of doing that is I my personal fun. If I want a HP gain I'll wisit first local tunner. Sure you don't expect that I will test that on my new 40k€ vehicle, although it can be done easier via OBD socket.not sure if thel be much can from the 1.6 8 valver however will give much in the way of gains maybe 5-8 bhp.
Why's that?please dont post links or pics until youve got 10 posts
on the fly - allows you to alter the map will driving along
re links and pics - its to stop the spammers who want to use this site to promote anything from cheap knock offs to sex toys. its also a pain as someone has to authorise all the posts.
i commend you for having the balls to try and do this yourself. i wouldnt as theres too many parameter to try and keep this within the limits of the car and the engine. do a search for "raising the power of a clio" or gada i think is his name as hes remapping his car himself but had issues correcting the check sum within the ECU. alsio had issues with the exhaust temps rasing sharply.
if i was running a 40k car id have it taking to a proessional remapper that will have proof to show you that his maps ( or more likely the company he works for ) all keep the car within the set limits.
So how do you expect to do anything without the right equipment?
I don't now thats why I post my question on this forum as I thought that forum is the right place where people share its knowledge.
I didn't state I'am not willing to spent no money, I just wanted to say not like 10.000€ on professional equipment.
We all know about Galletto and cheap alike stuff. Can these thing be used to perform what I want?
Frankly I thing whole "chip tuning" isn't a science nor is a big deal, it is so complicated because you hardly get any detailed data and there is so many different standards about ECUs (com. protocols, different memory chips, different programing modes) that makes it imposible for a regular guy to work it out.
For example I have written a source code in basic for PIC MCUs that controled hydostatic driven crane in about 2 hours. There was aslo a lot os sensors since the human imput commands was not directly connected to hydraulic valves. So I know ECU has more maps and you need basic knowledge how internal combustion engine works and all, but the hardest is to get the right tool and data.
sorry for the lengh of time mate iv been away.
not sure how much the software to read/upload the maps would be but i think all youll need was laptop obd2 cable and software. i know APR used to do a free software to allow you to change some parameters when uploaded with there map.