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  1. JM FAB 2G MAP SENSOR ADAPTER to adapt OEM sensors...

    JM FAB 2G MAP SENSOR ADAPTER to adapt OEM sensors to vacuum line

    Torque solutions or dizzy performance to adapt the hole, the OEM sensors usually go into, to vacuum line. Or block it off if you...
  2. Lower your WOT start to like 40-50%, and put it...

    Lower your WOT start to like 40-50%, and put it in open loop throttle control sooner. That band aid always seems to work for others. Just keep going lower with it until the throttle angles you are...
  3. In those images I showed desired load, thats what...

    In those images I showed desired load, thats what the ECU is commanding from demanded torque. Like I said previously, you can not make the torque tables follow an air load that is wildly jumping...
  4. Looks like a MAP sensor or MAP sensor wiring...

    Looks like a MAP sensor or MAP sensor wiring issue to me.
    I don't think the ECU could control anything and make the MAP sensor report this behavior if it wanted to, 300 cycles per minute with a 4-5...
  5. It's idling lean. The command is very rich to...

    It's idling lean. The command is very rich to make up for it and get the sensors to read lambda 1.

    9.5 or so MAP, shows you have good vacuum and very likely no leaks.

    You have fixed your fuel...
  6. For MU52's, use the injector data from the 13-14...

    For MU52's, use the injector data from the 13-14 GT500's.

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  7. The 0's are in the .4 row. If its vaccum and not...

    The 0's are in the .4 row. If its vaccum and not reversed, the engine is stalling so yeah 0 VE. If its throttle angle, its just the inverse.

    VE to MAP is easy with known cylinder airmass. Its...
  8. Y axis looks like RPM to me. *10^5 X axis...

    Y axis looks like RPM to me. *10^5

    X axis could be manifold vaccum, probably in a unit like KPA. The interpolation between the values is kind of odd. Makes me think its actually reversed and its...
  9. 115603 That's a lot of codes! Some really...

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    That's a lot of codes! Some really important ones to fix before attempting tuning.
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    I see what you describe. There's nothing in...

    I see what you describe.

    There's nothing in your log reading the accelerator pedal position. The throttle body is doing what its commanded to do.

    Do you have a pedal commander or other piggy...
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    HP's scanner can view .csv files, but isn't very...

    HP's scanner can view .csv files, but isn't very good with them. Its really setup for the proprietary .HPL files.

    To view .csv files download live link. ...
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    incognito mode, or try another browser?

    incognito mode, or try another browser?
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    Click on go advance 115575 Click on manage...

    Click on go advance

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    Click on manage attachments

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    Click on add attachment
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    The key to a good, well timed, well executed...

    The key to a good, well timed, well executed shift is the prep for it.
    Just like planning a project, painting, or many other things in life.

    The prep phase of a shift consist of two things:...
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    Yes it would make sense. The sensors report...

    Yes it would make sense.

    The sensors report lambda. So every fuels stoich is 1 to then.

    The tune translates this into a air fuel ratio. That's what you are defining. Should be a minor...
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    10R80 Clutch speed/ slip math

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    A's speed is "input shaft"
    F's speed is "input shaft B".
    Direct from the speed sensors.

    Here are the maths to get B,C,D, and E clutch speeds.
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    F is the weak clutch. C in the ZF does the...

    F is the weak clutch.

    C in the ZF does the same thing as E in the 10R.

    D was connected into a nod and additional clutch to send power to the 4th ring from two other parts instead of just one...
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    I posted this information long before I owned a...

    I posted this information long before I owned a 10R80. No one discussed it or even seemed to use it.

    Ford added two speed sensors to the 10R80, ISSA and ISSB. HPT allows you to log these as...
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    4th You don't have to hit the limiter just see...

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    You don't have to hit the limiter just see if you can get up to 7600 and let off or if it shifts at a lower RPM.
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    SST is select shift transmission mode. it means...

    SST is select shift transmission mode. it means you pressed the paddles or +/- buttons. With lever in drive you have a time out for this mode, with lever in sport there's no time out for SST mode. ...
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    I wouldn't say its a copy of the ZF, but actually...

    I wouldn't say its a copy of the ZF, but actually they are controlled very similar. I would go as far to say exactly the same. Synchronous shifts are synchronous shifts. 6R80 included.
    They have a...
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    I don't think it's a command for more torque from...

    I don't think it's a command for more torque from the engine.
    It's an indication there's positive torque coming from the trans that no engine control is going to reduce. When it is determined to be...
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    I think you figured that out already, give it as...

    I think you figured that out already, give it as much authority over engine torque as you can with out it causing issues. Drag mode does the opposite, so it goes to tq+ from trans easier.
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    Tq+ from trans, comes on decel as well. Engine...

    Tq+ from trans, comes on decel as well. Engine braking. It's torque the computer can't control directly. TCC, gear changes, or going into neutral. It's torque on the engine from the trans.
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    It relies on the MAF transfer function to be...

    It relies on the MAF transfer function to be accurate in the tune. As long as you are not seeing fuel trim changes and correcting it there, you can continue to collect data from different logs as you...
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