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    Re: Tuning Spreadsheets

    Quote Originally Posted by JimMueller
    I have a version which I modified to recognize the necessary HPT column headers. I haven't yet used it with HPT, however, so I don't know if ther are any issues (like Jess indicated earlier about the time column).
    Thanks Jim! I'll try it out tonight and report back!
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    Re: Tuning Spreadsheets

    i had it finished a long time ago, and had the time stamp fixed, but the guy that had the file hosted would never email me back in order to host the new file and now you cant even download the other one. jes
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    Re: Tuning Spreadsheets

    Quote Originally Posted by wait4me
    i had it finished a long time ago, and had the time stamp fixed, but the guy that had the file hosted would never email me back in order to host the new file and now you cant even download the other one. jes

    Send it to me and I'll host it. Not a problem at all.
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    Re: Tuning Spreadsheets

    Quote Originally Posted by wait4me
    i had it finished a long time ago, and had the time stamp fixed, but the guy that had the file hosted would never email me back in order to host the new file and now you cant even download the other one. jes

    If you are referring to me:

    A: I don't recall getting an email from you about changing the file but it's possible. I get lots of mail each day.

    B: The old file is still right where it was and is still downloadable.

    C: I've been working 7 days a week on top of everything else. So, oh well...

    D: I'd still be glad to put it out there for you. Things have lightened up on this end.

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    Re: Tuning Spreadsheets

    is this the tuning sheet being discussed http://www.bowlingss.com/nmb-ws6_dri...alysis3-03.XLS

    that is version 3, it also does not recognize hptuners headers nor the time stamp, but you can delete the time stamp column from the csv and rename the others to match
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    Re: Tuning Spreadsheets

    That's the exact same one I'm talking about. The link to the version posted earlier in this thread doesn't appear to be the latest release - since the worksheets look incomplete.

    I registered my copy but NBM_WS6_Driver's e-mail address doesn't appear to work any longer, or else he no longer cares to support it. So I removed the registration check a week ago, added in validity checks for FTC's (AutoCrap would regularly give me cells above 23 and the code didn't check this column), and added in the default HPT column headers to work with the spreadsheet.

    I'm going to fiddle around with it tonight to see if it interprets a few of my logs correctly.
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    Re: Tuning Spreadsheets

    Can you send me a copy of your modified version?
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    Re: Tuning Spreadsheets

    I'm having some problems finding the correct syntax to evaluate the time column. I'm a bit tired of looking at it this evening. :-/

    I'll send you a current copy - just delete the time column for now.
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    Re: Tuning Spreadsheets

    Jim on the copy you sent me, I have just been deleting the Time Colum and then renaming the headers. Seems to be working great.

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    Re: Tuning Spreadsheets

    The time issue appears to be fixed.

    I put up a hack site to download it. The site builder software would only let me upload GIF/JPG files, so I zip'ed it, renamed the extension to JPG, then uploaded it as an image. When I click on it it treats it as a zip file, opens in Winzip and Excel fine.

    http://home.earthlink.net/~jmueller4...es/ls1ta32.jpg

    Edit: It appears Excel 97 may have some compatibility issues with this version. I can only test on Excel 2003, however, so if you're not running the same version, your mileage may vary.
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    Re: Tuning Spreadsheets

    Is this version "good to go" and stable? If so I think I may prune out
    some of the yip-yap in this thread since it's supposed to just be linkage
    to the goods, not a bunch of discussion. If not I will wait until somebody
    says there's a good, stable and long-term-hosted version.

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    Re: Tuning Spreadsheets

    I'd prefer it be hosted at another location just because the hosting method is whacked. I haven't noticed any instability.
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    Re: Tuning Spreadsheets

    What do I need to do if i keep getting a runtime error everytime it gets to 02 and load data?
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    Re: Tuning Spreadsheets

    Which version are you using? If it's the one I posted on December 8th, send me a copy of the log. I'll see if I can track it down.

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    Re: Tuning Spreadsheets

    For anyone using it, I've updated my app for the change in injector flow rates in HTP v1.5 (g/sec - lbs/hr).

    http://www.vettetech.com/db/hptanalysis-v1-4.zip

    Edit: 1/6/05 - Some bug fixes to the LTFT - IFR Tables and the New Injector Flow Rate (Injector Resizing) Tables.

    More to come...
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    Re: Tuning Spreadsheets

    Anyone know where I can find the PExRPM calculator? I found it on the web a few years ago and I can't locate my copy. Basically you would put in your current PExRPM values, put in your wideband values, put in your desired values, and it would give you the changes to populate your table.

    I could recreate it, but I'm feeling lazy ;D

    Edit: Found it on my old laptop.
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    Re: Tuning Spreadsheets

    When I try and use the LS1 Tuning Analysis32 excel workbook I paste the data I have captured from HPTuners into the Raw Data. I do this by opening the csv file, selecting all, copying, switching to the Analysis workbook and pasting the data in cell A1 of the raw data tab. When I click on the "Analyza Data" function, it goes through and says updating times, etc. etc. but I get a error:
    Microsoft Visual Basic
    Application-defined or object-defined error
    End/Debug

    Does anyone know what this could be? Thanks.

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    Re: Tuning Spreadsheets

    Whose version of the spreadsheet are you using? Which version of Excel? Send me a copy of the .csv you're trying to import and I'll take a peak. E-mail address is up a few posts.
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    Re: Tuning Spreadsheets

    I'm a bit confused, I got NMB WS6's spreadsheet to work now my problem is what do I do with what it calculates?
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    Re: Tuning Spreadsheets

    Hi folks,

    i did a little Excel programming and created a table for all G-Tech enthusiasts. If you want to know how much RWHP SAE corrected (and even Engine HP SAE corrected) your car has when using the G-Tech performance meter, this table should help you to find out.

    This table will correct and take into consideration:

    Power loss due to Aerodynamic Drag.
    Power loss from Tires
    Temp.correction (to SAE specs)
    Air Pressure correction (to SAE specs)

    Unfortunatelly the AeroDrag Table on the G-Tech Homepage is and does not work. It even doesnt come close to real world !

    Here is how you can use it:

    Right click and choose "save as". Save the table and store it on your HD


    http://www.corvettec5.de/Tabellen/DynoSheetUSA.xls


    Have a look at the table. All the values in the blue cells are the values that you have to add into the table:

    IAT: The temp. at the time you did the G-Tech run. Best value would be the reading from the IAT Sensor (use LS1 Edit or HPTuners to get this value)

    Airpressure: in Hpa. Dont use Inches. 1013 HPa = 29.92 Inches. Use formula to calculate if you dont have HPa values from local weather station where you perform the G-Tech run !

    Cd for the C5 : is approx. 0.3, you dont have to change this, unless you have a body kit and you know the new cd value.

    Frontal Area for C5 : is 1,98 square meter. Dont change this value into square feet as the whole table needs this value in square meters !

    Weight of your car : in lbs. Mine car weights (incl. myself 265 lbs plus 3/4 full of gas) 3550 lbs.


    The white table cells below the blue cells are for the metric values and are for calculation purposes and should not be changed !

    Now do the G-Tech run and notice all necessary data (Temp. Pressure . . .).
    Fill in the net G-Tech PS and Torque Values and weather data into the appropriate cells.

    Again: dont touch the white cells, they are for calculation purpos.


    The blue cell "Correction Factor for YOUR car" is a value which is accurate for my car. Its a 97 C5 M6 with 3.42 gears. This values calculates to approx. 20 % drivetrain loss which was meassured on a german DIN Dynamometer, and seems to be VERY precise. If you have an A4, this value will be significantly higher.
    If you dont care for "engine power", just forget this box !

    You can see the results from your G-Tech run in the green cells. Here you have the G-Tech value corrected for Aerodynamic Drag, Tires, Temperature and Air pressure. If you like, use the engine PS no. as an approx. value for your car at the Flywheel.

    The picture in the center of the table can be changed. Paste and copy a picture from YOUR G-Tech run into this place and print the whole table. Now you have a nice record for future comparison . . .


    Hope some of you guys find this usefull !


    Jochen