Are you able to perform a test flash? Can you read the OEM calibration? Can you validate PID's?Well, I'm having more trouble getting started with EFI Live than I could have ever anticipated. I know the program is working for a lot of people, but not for me so far. I've read all the manuals (a couple of times), I've read the tutorials, when I do get a little progress it's from postings here with "insider tips" that don't appear to be clear in the manuals or intuitive to the software interface itself. I've fumbled around for several days now trying to work with the scan tool. After two attempts it appeared to be prepared for black box logging - which it failed to do this morning. Tony spent some time with me on the phone and has generously provided me with an example of his economy tune - but I pulled my Edge and wanted to spend some time in stock condition and do some datalogging before entering my first tune. With my current success rate with scanning, I'm too paranoid to try any reflashes. Oh, in addition, I've joined the EFI forum, and now - although a registered member and signed in - I have no posting, reply or editing privledges. Am I the ProblemChild of EFI or what?
You can make a bar graph of the calculated PID "Difference in actual vs. commanded rail pressure" or something like that, and it will show you what the difference is at a glace. Soooooooooo much fun. ):hOn my dashboard I added an actual rail pressure under the desired rail pressure. That sure will be handy come drag season.
At a glance is nice but I like to look at the "B" line plot to see what and ware:ro)You can make a bar graph of the calculated PID "Difference in actual vs. commanded rail pressure" or something like that, and it will show you what the difference is at a glace. Soooooooooo much fun. ):h