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  1. Hey! I just realised, that it's possible to select the Bosch 0 261 230 340 Sensor as an integrated calibration in the G4X range. Is it possible to copy this into the G4+? That would give me two free calibration tables
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    and when you run realdash with CAN, you can make yourself CAN switches inside the app, so you can switch boost maps or something like that via the CAN DI.
  3. sorry for offtopic, but what's the thing above the PDM? btw your setup looks pretty sexy!
  4. maybe it's the error with the firmware. There was a bug that have been solved in the new firmware 5.6.8.3671 It's new at the download section (not really mentioned in the changelog, same filename, but the firmware was added) or I'll attach it here. Give it a try Firmware 5.6.8.3671.LFM
  5. firmware version? Maybe it's the same error someone on facebook had. It's a bug in the 5.6.8 firmware. There is a newer firmware available, but it's not online on the website yet.
  6. you have no E-Throttle Relay output configured as requested from the manual. And there is a point right before your problem, where your AN Volt 3 drops to 0.00V, where the error value you set is at 0.05V. Maybe one of these two things have something to do with it? Or did you recalibrate your APS? Just guessing. Not messed with E-throttle yet.
  7. should be the same as the Bosch NTC Temp and the 1000 kPa (150PSI) Sensor as far as I know. But you can find the data here: https://www.finjector.com/eng/oil_pressure_sensor_with_temp_sensor_10_bar_bosch_0261230340-p-491371-34
  8. hmm that's bad... because often I'm driving, stop to change some of the parameters, drive again and so on. So when I take a look on my datalog at home after the driving exercise, I'm not 100% sure what I had at this time in the table.
  9. Couldn't find something like this with the search function, so here my question. Is it possible to show the dutycycle of a GP PWM output in a logfile on a link g4+ thunder? I'm using aux 2 as GP PWM with a 2D table to control my turbo precontrol solenoid on my FD RX-7. Only thing I found was A2 (status) when looking through the logfile, but that's not the right thing... A2 (status) only shows "ON" the whole time, regardless of the % dutycycle. So I don't know the dutycycle of the output when I'm looking at my datalog. Cheers Toni
  10. got a cheap android 9 double din. so I only downloaded realdash on it and plugged the Link USB cable straight into my double din
  11. just download my files from the post above and then swap out the "<frames...>" for the "<frames>" and you are good to go. I can't explain it to you more, because it's not very easy for me to describe something complex like this 1. by text and 2. in english. But it's simple, just try to read my xml file and look at the pcl CAN settings and try to understand
  12. Found it!!! You only need to delete "<frames baseId="1520"> and only write "<frames>" in my xml file. Then it works perfectly Thanks @Adamw! Your hint was the little thing, that pointed me in the right direction. WhatsApp Video 2020-05-23 at 08.55.17.mp4
  13. Tried things out today. Doesn't work, but I don't know why. Although you don't have the dongle yet, can you please take a look over my CAN settings and my xml file? Maybe you can find out whats wrong. Realdash recognise the CAN streams, but doesn't show the readings... When I go to realdash CAN monitor and try to take a look at TPS Main (last stream, last 2 bytes). At full throttle the value is at 58883. Shouldn't it be at 1000 according to the Link CAN test calculator? I attached my PCLink CAN settings as well as my xml file. G4+ Thunder_CAN_realdash.pclr LinkECU_mehrstream.xml
  14. Any updates on this? I tried to work it out myself, but I think I'm too dumb for this
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