This Excel Powered Macro will allow you to generate Quadzilla Adrenaline V2 tunes using a computer.
THIS TOOL IS NOT A QUADZILLA POWER LLC DESIGNED TOOL. Please don't report bugs to them, report them to us. This Tool was designed by @Carbur8tr with the input from @me78569
Side note, if you would rather have a pre built tune to start with you can checkout our tune repository.
It has helpful functions such as
- Ez Tune builder, input your injector size and altitude along with how mild - > wild you want the tune
- Output Timing calculator, input conditions such as rpm load tps and boost then find the outputted timing at a given point
- 3d maps for timing based on inputs.
- 2d rpm based timing maps
- easily add fuel to a section of the tune
- Import and alter existing tunes
Huge thanks to @Carbur8tr for his work on getting this built for the Quadzilla community. Please shoot him a Buck or two in the donation prompt that comes up when you use the tool. There are countless hours involved in the development.
To download this Excel Macro tool please visit the download section
How to use the Tool
Double Click the Excel file to open. You will be asked to donate, click yes if you want to send a few bucks to the guy who put the work in, or No if you want to just use the tune.
When prompted select a tune file that was exported from the Iquad App
You can find a blank V2 tune file HERE
This will Open to the tune builder window. Ensure you click "enable editing" and "enable content" if they appear at the top
Edit your tune by inputting your tuning variables into the fiels on the excel spreadsheet.
You can use the Ez tune builder button on the Form to bring up injector size and Altitude. These settings will pre populate a safe and clean tune. you can increase the aggressiveness by selecting a tune setting from mild to wild. Once you are done with your settings hit the "build Tune" button to populate the tune builder.
Use the build charts button to bring up charts of the timing curves and canbus fueling curves
Export your Tune, click "export tune" and then save it to your desired location.