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Re: Virtual Dyno explained
« Reply #15 on: July 31, 2017, 04:03:26 PM »
I started playing with this app yesterday, very cool! Interesting results.
Has anyone confirmed that the final gear on a SHO is in fact 2.73 & the PP SHO a 3.16 and not the ones in the XML which are 3.16 and 3.39

Per 2014 specs it's 2.77 and 3.16, respectively.
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Re: Virtual Dyno explained
« Reply #16 on: July 31, 2017, 05:30:54 PM »
FiveLeeter918 is correct.

Those have been the gear ratios since 2010.

Non-PP = 2.77
PP = 3.16

The 3.39 I believe is in the (Non Ecoboost) PI models.

I have to dig up some old paperwork to confirm.

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Re: Virtual Dyno explained
« Reply #17 on: July 31, 2017, 05:57:45 PM »
FiveLeeter918 is correct.

Those have been the gear ratios since 2010.

Non-PP = 2.77
PP = 3.16

The 3.39 I believe is in the (Non Ecoboost) PI models.

I have to dig up some old paperwork to confirm.

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I have read that as well about the 3.39

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Re: Virtual Dyno explained
« Reply #18 on: August 01, 2017, 04:00:06 PM »
Totally forgot about this.

Couple issues...

I can't get a profile to save, throws unhandled exceptions.

I can open runs but don't see anything on the graphs.

Any ideas?

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Re: Virtual Dyno explained
« Reply #19 on: August 01, 2017, 05:38:23 PM »
Totally forgot about this.

Couple issues...

I can't get a profile to save, throws unhandled exceptions.

I can open runs but don't see anything on the graphs.

Any ideas?

on the runs, did you follow Mike's video about changing the data names that the program is expecting? If it doesn't know what data to pull it won't be able to display it. I believe that's Video 2.

Here's a comparison I just did of a few of my runs... I need more torque...
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Re: Virtual Dyno explained
« Reply #20 on: August 01, 2017, 07:01:47 PM »
Totally forgot about this.

Couple issues...

I can't get a profile to save, throws unhandled exceptions.

I can open runs but don't see anything on the graphs.

Any ideas?

on the runs, did you follow Mike's video about changing the data names that the program is expecting? If it doesn't know what data to pull it won't be able to display it. I believe that's Video 2.

Here's a comparison I just did of a few of my runs... I need more torque...
I did change the names but no joy.

I will watch Mikes vid, maybe I'm missing something.

Any chance you could plug one of my logs in and see if you can get it to work?

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Re: Virtual Dyno explained
« Reply #21 on: August 01, 2017, 09:05:46 PM »
Anyone else get a virus warning?  My Norton is removing the file saying it has WS.Reputation.1 virus
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Re: Virtual Dyno explained
« Reply #22 on: August 02, 2017, 01:37:14 AM »
So I've got it somewhat working but I can't get the full pull to show on the graph.

394@5508 and 447@4068 but 4068 is where the graph starts even though the one I imported started about 2700




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Re: Virtual Dyno explained
« Reply #23 on: August 02, 2017, 10:09:55 AM »
Played around a bit with this tonight, my final numbers were a little disappointing compared to what it spit out the first go around (3800+ HP/5000+tq)  ;D
I logged a 3rd gear run and ended up/with 399 HP 460ish TQ

what did you do differently? Doing one for a friend based on this F-150 data and I'm getting 2183/3541 lol
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Re: Virtual Dyno explained
« Reply #24 on: August 02, 2017, 10:16:04 AM »
Totally forgot about this.

Couple issues...

I can't get a profile to save, throws unhandled exceptions.

I can open runs but don't see anything on the graphs.

Any ideas?

on the runs, did you follow Mike's video about changing the data names that the program is expecting? If it doesn't know what data to pull it won't be able to display it. I believe that's Video 2.

Here's a comparison I just did of a few of my runs... I need more torque...
I did change the names but no joy.

I will watch Mikes vid, maybe I'm missing something.

Any chance you could plug one of my logs in and see if you can get it to work?

sure email it to OKPerformanceFords@gmail.com when you get a chance.

Let me know if PP or reg, tire size and your weight.
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Re: Virtual Dyno explained
« Reply #25 on: August 02, 2017, 10:32:03 AM »
Totally forgot about this.

Couple issues...

I can't get a profile to save, throws unhandled exceptions.

I can open runs but don't see anything on the graphs.

Any ideas?

on the runs, did you follow Mike's video about changing the data names that the program is expecting? If it doesn't know what data to pull it won't be able to display it. I believe that's Video 2.

Here's a comparison I just did of a few of my runs... I need more torque...
I did change the names but no joy.

I will watch Mikes vid, maybe I'm missing something.

Any chance you could plug one of my logs in and see if you can get it to work?

sure email it to OKPerformanceFords@gmail.com when you get a chance.

Let me know if PP or reg, tire size and your weight.
I've got everything working I just can't figure out why its cutting off part of the pull now.

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Re: Virtual Dyno explained
« Reply #26 on: August 02, 2017, 10:57:15 AM »
Totally forgot about this.

Couple issues...

I can't get a profile to save, throws unhandled exceptions.

I can open runs but don't see anything on the graphs.

Any ideas?

on the runs, did you follow Mike's video about changing the data names that the program is expecting? If it doesn't know what data to pull it won't be able to display it. I believe that's Video 2.

Here's a comparison I just did of a few of my runs... I need more torque...
I did change the names but no joy.

I will watch Mikes vid, maybe I'm missing something.

Any chance you could plug one of my logs in and see if you can get it to work?

sure email it to OKPerformanceFords@gmail.com when you get a chance.

Let me know if PP or reg, tire size and your weight.
I've got everything working I just can't figure out why its cutting off part of the pull now.

Try clicking in the window and then holding Ctrl and scrolling with your mouse to zoom in/out.

I've also noticed if you click on the RPM range on the left, it'll re-center it after you've zoomed any.

Maybe your default zoom is a little off.
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Re: Virtual Dyno explained
« Reply #27 on: January 26, 2018, 11:28:13 AM »
Just playing around with this today. Think i've got it all set up except every time i try to load a run it tells me setting for Throttle Position not found. I am logging throttle angle actual and have that pasted into the TP column in virtual dyno. Is there something else i should be doing or do you HAVE to log throttle angle absolute?
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Re: Virtual Dyno explained
« Reply #28 on: January 29, 2018, 12:07:19 AM »
Just playing around with this today. Think i've got it all set up except every time i try to load a run it tells me setting for Throttle Position not found. I am logging throttle angle actual and have that pasted into the TP column in virtual dyno. Is there something else i should be doing or do you HAVE to log throttle angle absolute?
anybody have a suggestion on this?
keeps giving me this after i load a run



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Re: Virtual Dyno explained
« Reply #29 on: January 29, 2018, 07:01:23 AM »
 Yes, I got the same thing. I just changed the name of throttle absolute to throttle position. Worked fine..


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