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    Ti-VCT Tuning

    I am planning on an in depth post on tuning the newer Fords, but for those of you eager to get into it, this link should help.

    This info is older, but it gives you a better idea of how the system works.

    http://www.google.com/patents/US6539...ed=0CDsQ6AEwAQ
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    The tables available for the coyote are far greater than that of the Aussie for yet both are 'apparently' TiVCT. It would be appreciated if you could review the available tables for the Aussie fords :-)

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    The aussie pcm is much less complex, but I do intend to continue adding parameters into those definitions.

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    Eric,

    what needs to be highlighted are the weighted tables per every OS, i think i saw a that table but its not labeled has ???? in the axis's
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    Quote Originally Posted by SultanHassanMasTuning View Post
    Eric,

    what needs to be highlighted are the weighted tables per every OS, i think i saw a that table but its not labeled has ???? in the axis's
    I'll be correcting that

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    Very Cool! Thanks for the info. I hope I can wrap my head around this eventually. Really looking forward to your write up.

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    Looking forward to this information.
    "I didn't fail, I just found 100 ways to do it wrong." - Benjamin Franklin

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    This patent is a great read. Thanks for sharing, Eric.

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    Was this write up ever posted?

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    Yes, was it? I?m very curious!

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