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Old Wed, Jun-04-2014, 03:34:26 AM   #21
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Yes Adam, it can be done regardless of tune. It's just a matter of tweaking some parameters and reflashing the car. I can help you do it if you want!
Thank you kind sir. I'll have you do it with valves and vanos.
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Old Wed, Jun-04-2014, 12:16:12 PM   #22
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Here's a little visual it helps at all.

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Idle Speed Control_TARGET ENGINE SPEED w/AIR READINESS

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Idle Speed Control_TARGET ENGINE SPEED START

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Idle Speed Control_TARGET ENGINE SPEED - BASE

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Old Wed, Jun-04-2014, 07:43:00 PM   #23
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Thanks!

Like terra said, it definitely helps to have it visually organized. What software are you using?


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Old Wed, Jun-04-2014, 08:11:04 PM   #24
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Thanks!

Like terra said, it definitely helps to have it visually organized. What software are you using?


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Looks like TunerPro

Noob question... how do we open up the bin file in TunerPro?
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Old Fri, Jun-06-2014, 12:41:07 AM   #25
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^Would love to know as well!
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Old Sun, Jul-19-2015, 02:58:13 AM   #26
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So let me get this right. We have:

Idle Speed Control_TARGET ENGINE SPEED w/AIR READINESS K_LFR_NSOLL_AC - 0x43CA
1 value for 'standard' idle (?)

Idle Speed Control_TARGET ENGINE SPEED - BASEK_LFR_NSOLL_GRUND - 0x43E4
4 values for 'standard' idle based on temperature

Idle Speed Control_TARGET ENGINE SPEED START KL_LFR_NSOLL_START -
3 values for start-up idle based on temperature

Am I getting this right?
What offset is that last one ?
Bumping another thread...

Trying to raise my idle and can't find these in the hex editor.
Version 2001. Any help with locations is greatly appreciated. Or help with a .xdf file to utilize TunerPro instead.

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Bumping another thread...

Trying to raise my idle and can't find these in the hex editor.
Version 2001. Any help with locations is greatly appreciated. Or help with a .xdf file to utilize TunerPro instead.

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K_LFR_NSOLL_AC - 0x9720
KL_LFR_NSOLL_GRUND - 0x9742 (Y Axis - RPM)
KL_LFR_NSOLL_START - 0x9732 (Y Axis - RPM)
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K_LFR_NSOLL_AC - 0x9720
KL_LFR_NSOLL_GRUND - 0x9742 (Y Axis - RPM)
KL_LFR_NSOLL_START - 0x9732 (Y Axis - RPM)
Finally had time to flash this. Works great, thank you!
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Back from a shallow grave...

Can somebody help me out with the applicable HEX addresses for my hardware/software variant:

DME: MSS54HP
Program Ver: 7842981
Version String: 211323002701J469

Even better, can somebody help me help myself using TunerPro for this type of stuff. I have been successful using a HEX editor for other things, but I like the TunerPro interface better. I played around with the one XDF that is out there for the MSS54HP. I can start to create a user interface with the applicable HEX address. But it is configuring all of the sub-parameters, to make an actual usable user interface like the ones posted above, that keeps getting me (I am ok with going off line as I know this request is a bit OT in this thread).
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Back from a shallow grave...

Can somebody help me out with the applicable HEX addresses for my hardware/software variant:

DME: MSS54HP
Program Ver: 7842981
Version String: 211323002701J469

Even better, can somebody help me help myself using TunerPro for this type of stuff. I have been successful using a HEX editor for other things, but I like the TunerPro interface better. I played around with the one XDF that is out there for the MSS54HP. I can start to create a user interface with the applicable HEX address. But it is configuring all of the sub-parameters, to make an actual usable user interface like the ones posted above, that keeps getting me (I am ok with going off line as I know this request is a bit OT in this thread).
Same locations as I posted previously for Namniek mate.

Attached is a basic XDF I've created with just the Idle Adjustment parameters in, you'll need to update the locations with those I mentioned previously. Rename to .xdf
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File Type: doc Idle RPM - 1701.doc (3.0 KB, 42 views)
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