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    The user defined parameters restrictions and format is abhorrent and is having issues with my user defined parameters file even though my user defined parameters file is just fine.

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    I?m actually disgusted on how much of the calibration is blocked off by the address restrictions. I?ll just stick with the real deal, EFILive.

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    That sucks to hear Jim. Do you think HP Tuners restricted on purpose?
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    I don?t know their purpose of address restrictions, I just know I hate it and think it?s absolutely ridiculous to restrict addresses. I prefer to have access to the full calibration. There is stuff I edit for fueling and torque that is outside of the range they allow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dleger89 View Post
    Got this figured out completely fault and DTC free

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    As in you were able to apply your custom fueling/torque calibrations outside the limits of User Defined Parameters?
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    I got parameters I adjust in my tuning that falls outside the range of the boundaries of the user defined parameters restrictions which I don?t like. Some of the fueling adjustments and a table I adjust in my tuning are already mapped out but others are not and fall outside of where the user defined parameters ranges are set to. Everything I do torque limit, rpm limit and other is either mapped out already or there is access to within the user defined parameters boundaries.

    2019+ user defined parameters Boundaries is a hot mess and can?t fully be worked with.

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    Honestly HP Tuners should get rid of the address restrictions with user defined parameters. A person using it does so at their own risk anyways and if a person doesn?t know what they are doing with user defined parameters then they just shouldn?t be playing with it, simple.

    That?s where EFILive shines above and beyond, you can upgrade and downgrade the OS with EFILive, no restrictions to anything, a person could add in code with EFILive if they wanted to.