Pcmlogger EGR/WB profile

They go by many names, P01, P59, VPW, '0411 etc . Circa 1999 to 2006. All VPW OBD2 PCMs.
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Re: Pcmlogger EGR/WB profile

Postby joukoy » Mon Sep 14, 2020 3:38 am

Stokes1114 wrote:Not sure on the time outs. I've used PCM logger, but have not tried with any profile other than what was already on there. What adapter are you using? I have my aem x series as (volts*2.375)+7.3125, is yours working correctly?


I have tested wb logging only shortly, because I had connection problems (another thread) but I think it is working ok.
I will add serial port connection to aem and log reference data, using hack I created for Innovate.
Some day...

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Re: Pcmlogger EGR/WB profile

Postby joukoy » Mon Sep 14, 2020 4:54 am

Stokes1114 wrote:What adapter are you using?

Obdlink LX

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Re: Pcmlogger EGR/WB profile

Postby Stokes1114 » Mon Sep 14, 2020 12:32 pm

joukoy wrote:
Stokes1114 wrote:What adapter are you using?

Obdlink LX

I'll try using PCM logger tomorrow with your file and obdlink to see how it acts. Are you just modifying the XML in a notepad? I wish I knew more about that type of file.

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Re: Pcmlogger EGR/WB profile

Postby joukoy » Mon Sep 14, 2020 2:28 pm

Stokes1114 wrote:I'll try using PCM logger tomorrow with your file and obdlink to see how it acts. Are you just modifying the XML in a notepad? I wish I knew more about that type of file.


Yes, notepad.

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Re: Pcmlogger EGR/WB profile

Postby joukoy » Fri Sep 18, 2020 9:19 pm

Finally analog and digital/serial AFR in one log. Quite close to each other.

Btw. Running rich at wot ?
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Re: Pcmlogger EGR/WB profile

Postby NSFW » Thu Sep 24, 2020 4:45 pm

Congratulations on getting it working, that's really cool.

12.5:1 is pretty reasonable for full throttle, max power is often in that range. Air the scarce ingredient, and I read somewhere that adding a little extra fuel helps to ensure that 100% of the air gets combusted.

It might also be partly because extra fuel allows a little more timing advance without knock (due to cooling, if I remember right). Turbo cars rely a lot on that, my Subaru runs around 11:1 at WOT (and stock it was almost 10:1), but I'm not sure how use that is for NA cars.
Please don't PM me with questions about tuning or flashing - start a thread instead. Thanks!

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