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  1. V6 4MO 24V BDE Tuning

    I'm building some new Tunerpro files and want you to check some things if you're interested. Firstly, this is just a few quick maps I've picked out to check and refresh myself on the system as it has been a while, I can add more obv. if there's interest. I use Win7 32 bit on all my ecu tuning stuff as it seems the most compatible so if you check this then what system are you running? Are you experiencing any bugs like T Pro crashing (it does from time to time on mine so make sure you save things as you go along/tune if we develop this thread). Is the data showing up okay? You can download tunerpro on the link below. There's a free version and a free version which comes up with a register bit at the beginning for donations - I'm using that one as I expect to donate if I end up doing lots on it with this. It's Tunerpro RT and you can freely use it, you just have to wait until the register bit at the beginning ends after 10 seconds, then press continue. This is basically a free bit of software that you can use to tune your car which we can go into detail later on if the thread picks up. So download Tuner Pro here; http://www.tunerpro.net/downloadApp.htm Then download this rar file at the link below - this contains a BDE binary file, one found on the net 022906032BG - which is basically the data of your maps that needs defining, then there's the basic xdf I just did with a few maps in it to get things going; https://app.box.com/s/7kllewx5gf654hdfilfyegk7kmflnugh So, once you've downloaded and set up T Pro, you open a new bin (import the bin) in the menu and add the one in the rar file. Once you've done that you add the xdf (I think you import them and remember where the files are or if Tunerpro sets a file up for your ecu's/revisions just create a file in there - I forget now as I set mine up ages ago but you'll pick it up!). Once you've done that then you should have a few maps defined and the values as shown in the pics in the red boxes - let me know if it is coming okay on yours and if not what system you are using, what values etc If they are showing up like that then you are good to go in future as I build and add more xdf files. I may sell the more detailed ones and things like turbo base files etc but I'll stick up plenty of info in due course if people are interested? There's a few good bits of info online already, to save you trawling through forums then these 2 are good basics to start to learn tuning, the acronyms though can be different to what are in the ME7.1.1. files but the principles for the most part are the same - I'll likely put up these basics for free anyway. https://forums.vwvortex.com/showthread.php?5935270-UnOfficial-Eurodyne-Maestro-Tuning-Handbook https://s4wiki.com/wiki/Tuning
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