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Thread: Scanner Parameters MED17

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    Scanner Parameters MED17

    I have a 2011 Audi A4 2.0TQ6MT and I am looking to have a few scanner parameters added which would be very useful for tuning, I know I?m not the only one looking for these to be added and I would like to use HP Tuners as my primary program for MED17 tuning in all respects

    I would also like to use this thread as a start for other people to chime in with other params they would like to see available

    Avg. or Ind. Cyl Ignition Retard (*KW)
    Requested load (%)
    Boost pressure actual (mBar or Kpa)
    Boost pressure Request (mBar or Kpa)
    Intake camshaft angle (*KW)
    Exhaust cam lift position
    Calculated EGT model (*C)
    Wastegate Duty Cycle (%)
    Fuel injector on time (Ms)
    HPFP requested pressure (Bar)
    LPFP duty cycle (%)


    Thanks, Happy tuning 🙂

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    this are the main ones

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    vagcom.use vcds

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    I have VAG-com but I was looking to not switch cables while tuning/logging ��

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    would like to bump. vcm scanner is way easier to use than vagcom, just wish it had more pids available...

    2011 gti 2.0 with a k04. just logging it for now.

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    VCDS can be used to log the VW and AUDI, all datas for u

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    Stop suggesting using VCDS it has too many caps and too slow of a polling rate to be an effective tuning tool at this point, it is for stock car diagnostics only really

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    And VCDS has a horrible & cumbersome user interface, especially when it comes to logging!

    @TylerJDubbs, you can't log per-cylinder retard? Those values are available for my car (2012 with CAEB engine)... I wonder what the difference is?