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Old Thu, Oct-18-2012, 04:14:32 AM   #21
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VERY good stuff here. What version of the DATEN files are you using? I flashed my DME to 7837779 and I don't see it listed. I imported V41 into WinKFP. Is there a more recent set of files?
Whats the difference between the MSS54 and MSS54HP build?
Could you send me that .0DA file? I'll analyze it and place it into the list!
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There also seem to be discrepancies between the release number and the file names. Has anyone noticed that? I also see a few duplicate release numbers. however with different models or STAND numbers associated. How would that work ?? Look at 7842975. I see 3 instances of that release, but listed 2 different models and 3 different STAND's.
I noticed this as well, but all I did was write a piece of software that grabs EVERYTHING and spurts it out into a forum-table delimited file. Since all variables are cleared after each file read, there's absolutely zero chance that it has taken these values from a previous file. Interesting, it is!
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Could you also include in the graphics if it's for manual? I only see smg specific and alot of others not covered don't wanna just assume its manual
Well, some of these would require extrapolation of the data from a specific field. That's doable, but some don't list MT or SMG whatsoever. I can do it, yes, but there's no code in there for MT except possibly HS, which stands for?
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This is about as far as I've gotten so far in identifying the maps. As I learn more, if it's at all relevant to the direction of this thread, I'd be more than happy to share.

EDIT: p0lar, I should add that I'm not trying to hijack your thread and I'd only post if this is something you'd like to incorporate in this discussion.
You don't need my permission to post such useful information, unload here freely - I wholly encourage it!
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Could you send me that .0DA file? I'll analyze it and place it into the list!
7837779 should correspond to 7937780.0da - which has been present on pretty much every release I've acquired
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Was there ever a low compression version is the s54?? Why would there be an option for sa858, low compression?
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Was there ever a low compression version is the s54?? Why would there be an option for sa858, low compression?
For places that have really crappy gas maybe?
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Could you send me that .0DA file? I'll analyze it and place it into the list!
I'll upload it as soon as I get home tonight.

On another note, I flashed to 7837781 to do the rear O2 delete because I was getting CEL's for KAT related codes (178 and 179). So far no codes, but the car seems to have lost a bit of the top end "umph" that the 7837779 gave it compared to the US code. I will run a tank of gas through it and let you guys know what I find out
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Was there ever a low compression version is the s54?? Why would there be an option for sa858, low compression?
SA858 also designates Hot Climate (Tropics) version

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The content of SA 858 varies from engine to engine but generally said you have a modified knock control to avoid a knocking of the engine due to low fuel quality. With the SA 858 you have a modified cooling control to avoid critical situations for the engine concerning overheating. With those options the cars have slightly higher fuel consumption and slightly less power but usually the difference won't be noticed by the customer. Therefore there won't be problems with knocking or overheating engines.
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- CSL SMG Engine Parameters (DME) by Slim

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I'll upload it as soon as I get home tonight.

On another note, I flashed to 7837781 to do the rear O2 delete because I was getting CEL's for KAT related codes (178 and 179). So far no codes, but the car seems to have lost a bit of the top end "umph" that the 7837779 gave it compared to the US code. I will run a tank of gas through it and let you guys know what I find out
Hey matthias, don't know if you have convenient access to E85 but if you do a 70/30 mix with pump/E85, and clearing your adaptations, will definitely regain that "umph". In fact, you gain about 2-3 degrees of timing and better throttle response from mid-range on up.

I know there's a lot of misinformation out there about E85 but I do it all the time and was pretty adamant in the beginning with thoroughly checking diagnostics through INPA. No adverse affects were noted.
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