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Me78569

V2 2.7 long idle

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V2 2.7 long idle

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This flash is a one off flash that contains all the stable functions of the normal 2.7 V2 flash, but it has a built in long idle function for keeping the truck running on key off, IF and ONLY IF, EGT turbo timer is set to 374*f.  The truck will idle until coolant temps come up to whatever your warmup temp is set to, regardless of what EGT's fall to .  

 

This gives you the ablity to start the truck, key off, lock the doors, and let the truck idle, for warmup, while your keys are in your pocket.  

 

Typical if tps > 0 will kill the truck as well.  

 

 

It is somewhat tested, but there may be unknown bugs. 


 

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Thank you may come in handy some day. I'm guessing this won't be part of public release in regular 2.7 flash that just got updated a week or so ago.

Edit: and I'm also guessing 374 is a trigger for your code.

Edited by Dieselfuture

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nope,  I dont trust the general public to use this without a run down of what happens if you set egt turbo timer to 374*.  

 

I kinda wanted this for myself, so I coded it then thought maybe others might like it.

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yes, but then you have to set it to 100*F.  I wanted to have EGT's be reasonable that the turbo timer worked when the truck was warm, but have it long idle if ECT was below the warmup setting.  I dont like having to adjust the turbo timer setting if I wanna jump out at the store or whatever

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I see, make since now. Thanks or clarification. 

 

Edit: So what happens when it reaches set warm up temp, will it die then if you don't get in truck before that and put key in and on acc.

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I think currently the Quadzilla will idle for 5 minutes after the key off and then shut down if the EGt limit can't be reached. I currently do a similar tweak is to set my EGT limit for 300*F and then leave my exhaust brake on. The keys can be removed and the truck will run on for 5 minutes. After that 5 minutes runs out Quadzilla shuts down.

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7 hours ago, Me78569 said:

this should run for no less than 20 minutes ( bumped the timer limit)

How do you do that,  is it the one with 600 sec, that comes out to 10 minutes not 20. Probably looking in the wrong place again.

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1 hour ago, Dieselfuture said:

How do you do that,  is it the one with 600 sec, that comes out to 10 minutes not 20. Probably looking in the wrong place again.

 

Done on the internal code that we cannot edit.

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2 hours ago, Mopar1973Man said:

 

Done on the internal code that we cannot edit.

So what Nick said is in this tune he changed it from 5 to 20 min for this reason, make since. 

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Man o man I love this flash.   Jump in the truck, drive to the store down the block, key off jump out, truck keeps running, spend 5 min inside come back out to a warm truck, key on take off, key off at the house turbo timer kicks in and the truck shuts off once egt's hit 374*.  

 

 

It's the little things.  

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Was helping a friend do brakes (this picture is two years old) and he put the caliper bracket on the rotor and neglected to put the bolt in. Then gravity took over and my thumb happened to be in the wrong place 

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I've done that once when I was younger doing construction, that's where I learned the saying, hit the wrong nail. For some reason people laugh about it.

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