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Re: Ford MPC565 Tuning

Postby rolls » Mon Apr 10, 2017 8:53 am

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Re: Ford MPC565 Tuning

Postby rolls » Mon Apr 10, 2017 9:13 am

Spook wrote:1 M Gate
2 CAN Low
3 Diagnostic K-line
4 TIP -
5 TIP +
6 CAN High
7 UDRMV
8 Not used
9 Ignition Supply
10 Park/Neutral Signal
11 Not used
12 Not used
13 Ground
14 Power supply +V
15 Reverse Light
16 Ground

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Do you know what the brand/type of that connector is? Might be easier than alligator clips on the pins.

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Re: Ford MPC565 Tuning

Postby rolls » Mon Apr 17, 2017 7:34 pm

Flash read now integrated into the editor.. needs some UI massaging to make it pretty but getting there. Learnt a lot about async code today making the entire UI async.

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Re: Ford MPC565 Tuning

Postby Menicing » Sun Apr 23, 2017 2:39 pm

Would love to give this program a try, i bought hpt a while back primarily for engine conversion into older cars and i currently have a ed falcon with fg engine (bf pcm).

Any chance you'll be looking at triggers/limp mode problems that conversions sometimes have (mostly seem to be gearbox/speed related) for example when we do some of these conversion the low speed fan is constantly on which i think is due to having no signal from the gearbox and we have only the high speed fan settings to work with for running thermo's, the other is in particular my case i wasn't game to use an FG pcm due to the randomness of having it go into a limp mode and killing the accel pedal when no speed is detecting as they don't have a vss style input we can use to tell it anything, we have to "trick" the pcm into either staying in neutral or some other measures to use it effectively and that doesn't always work

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Re: Ford MPC565 Tuning

Postby rolls » Sun Apr 23, 2017 6:40 pm

Those are extremely specific issues that most likely would require myself to have the exact hardware you have for some time to solve. So we would need you to find out exactly what needs to be changed in the PCM to give us something to go on.

There are lots of limp triggers so you would need to find out exactly what triggers it.

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Re: Ford MPC565 Tuning

Postby Menicing » Sun Apr 23, 2017 10:21 pm

Yeah i can imagine there would be quite a few parameters that could cause any of the issues we face, maybe you'll stumble upon what would help haha

Is there any place i can get notification/mailing list of when you'll be releasing this without checking back here?

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Re: Ford MPC565 Tuning

Postby VX L67 Getrag » Mon Apr 24, 2017 9:16 am

It can even go into limp mode because of vid block mismatch that can cause vss source to be incorrect even if your using the correct calibration if it's not off the same setup it can throw limp mode!

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Re: Ford MPC565 Tuning

Postby rolls » Mon Apr 24, 2017 9:28 am

You can get topic notifications vis email if you subscribe to the thread. Public release still a few months away.

We have people alpha testing and we are going through the process of getting a company incorporated and setting up eway integration. Lots to do still.

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Re: Ford MPC565 Tuning

Postby Menicing » Mon Apr 24, 2017 6:08 pm

No drama's rolls, its the only reason i've signed up to the forums so I may as well try and keep my eye on whats happening haha Keep it going i'm gearing up to see this finished :thumbup:

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Re: Ford MPC565 Tuning

Postby rolls » Mon Apr 24, 2017 10:19 pm

Menicing wrote:No drama's rolls, its the only reason i've signed up to the forums so I may as well try and keep my eye on whats happening haha Keep it going i'm gearing up to see this finished :thumbup:


We are all excited here!

Here is another screenshot of what I've spent today working on. Got a nice flashing animation happening, when you spend a minute look at it each time might as well have something half decent looking.

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