Jump to content

s4door

Silver Member
  • Content Count

    12
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

6 Unskilled

Personal Information

  • Location
    Sunbury, Ohio
  1. 2010 and newer those parameters aren't available in EFILive. They state it specifically on their own forum. I'm not against using the MM3 and UDC Pro/warp other than the additional cost. I read where early 2010 CM2200 ecms were a little more forgiving as far as deletes go. Guys were using sims in the exhaust sensors keep from getting codes. I don't mind the codes if it doesn't eventually upset the ecm and put me into limp mode I'm getting the feeling from my existing tuner he doesn't want to mess with it. I've offered to pay I'm not expecting him to work for free. Are you able to d
  2. That's what I'm looking for someone to get me a base EFILive deleted file if possible, or coach me along to that point. I already have V2 and software. My current tune provider is more performance based. I'm looking to tune for getting best MPG's possible with my setup.
  3. Here's an update. I finally got something back from my tuner. Unfortunately they sent me a single injection event tune. No Pilot or Post. I was wanting just the post removed. I did run the single event tune for a tank and mileage was 15.6. No better. I did make one short highway run that was 90 miles. I logged that trip going 65 +\- on the single event tune. I got 20 mpg on that. Kind of a short trip so not really sure how accurate that was. I'd like to start doing my own tuning but don't have the knowledge to be able to do the deletes. I guess I could just have the fault codes in the backgro
  4. I got a response from my tuner. He said from their experience they haven't noticed much mileage improvement when they eliminate the post (just a little more injector clatter) but would be glad to send me a tune so I could try. I asked them to send me one so I could try. That way I'll know.
  5. Ok. I emailed my tuner last night to see his thoughts on eliminating the Post. Is there any benefit to eliminating the Pilot too? Do you have any timing changes you think I should ask for too?
  6. So a possible change would be to remove the post injection event which would include the: POSTINJ1Q_F Post 1 fuel Quantity 3 mm3 and Post timing -24 degrees (or all values to 0) for both. I've often thought my EGT's were a little high cruising and while cruising when it starts to lug a little. Based on my compound turbos, cam and exhaust setup I anticipated the EGT's being lower. I've experimented with cruising in 5th or 6th at 57-60 mph and it seems to do a little better mileage wise when running in 6th. I have no trouble spooling. The latest tune where they increased
  7. At the cruising speed in 6th gear here are injection values (if this is what you're looking for) MAININJD_F Main Injection time 722 US PILOTINJ1Q_F Pilot 1 Fuel Quantity 2 mm3 PILOTINJ2Q_F Pilot 1 Fuel Quantity 0 mm3 MAININJQ_F Main Injection Fuel Quantity 37 mm3 POSTINJ1Q_F Post 1 Fuel Quantity 3 mm3 POSTINJ2Q_F Post 2 Fuel Quantity 0 mm3 POSTINJ3Q_F Post 3 Fuel Quantity 0 mm3 POSTINJ4Q_F Post 3 Fuel Quantity 0 mm3 I haven't really paid attention to see if I have any hazing. Prior motor I had in this truck
  8. Here is the last email I sent my tuner before he made the recent changes. Red numbers are current readings after they made changes to the tune. Let me know what you think. I am attaching a data log. It was a trip from home to my shop. It's about a 20 minute file so I took the important info and it is as listed below to save you some time. The three examples would mostly cover my daily cruising speeds either in 5th or 6th gear. This is with the truck loaded with what I normally carry as far as tools and weight goes, but no trailer. Truck is 4wd but no front driveshaft is in the tr
  9. I'll get you the datalogs tomorrow for where I'm at currently. Thanks for your help.
  10. They are willing make adjustments for me. I'm just looking for suggestions that have worked that I can relay to them. I'll post the data tomorrow for you to look at and see if you think I'm where it should be or if changes should be made. I'm very pleased with the power. With 5 CSP tunes, I figured it would be nice to dial in one for mileage. What do you think of the mileage I'm getting now?
  11. Thanks. Not sure if I'm allowed to mention businesses on the forum as far as my tuner. Be glad to name them if it's allowed. They specialize in high performance. I have data logs I've recorded on my V2. They were wanting to know my rail pressure, fuel pressure desired and fuel pressure actual and timing at cruising speed's. They made a change to my tune in the timing. I don't have my notes with me to what they were and what they are now. I can get that in the morning. I do the Allison tuning myself.
  12. Hello everyone. I'm new to the Mopar1973man site. I joined to show my conversion so I could maybe be of help to someone doing something similar. I would also like to reach out to see if anyone has tips for tweaking my EFILive tuning to possibly increase my daily driving MPG's. I currently get a steady 15 MPG with regular driving around which is mostly 2 lane roads and highways at 55-58 MPH. On a couple of longer Highway trips I've averaged high 16-17 mpg. Those numbers are logged over 20,000 miles since I did the engine rebuild/conversion. I've read the earlier posts on VP tuning on the earli
×
×
  • Create New...