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Old 12-02-2012, 01:54 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Tuners Who Calibrate VE's with the Twin-Scan/WEGO

Tuners Who Calibrate VE's with the Twin-Scan/WEGO

PROBLEM:
For years, I've sought an easy, accurate and in particular an automated way to calculate a 'new VE number’ derived via using Daytona Twin Tec's Twin-Scan/WEGO III-D.

Note: I am fully aware of Smart Tune, VTune, Power Vision, Direct Link etc. This info is for the many tuners who choose to use the TS/WEGO to calibrate VEs with certain tuning devices.

WORKABLE BUT CUMBERSOME/TIME CONSUMING SOLUTION(S):
Use the Twin Scan “VE Percent Correction Display”. Then, manually adjust VE's or use an Excel spread sheet to create new VE's. And, hope the breakpoints align with the tuning device’s VE tables.

GREAT SOLUTION:
Use the software program “MyTune”
It's almost too easy. If you can copy/paste VE's, find a log file in a folder and identify a base cal designator, you can use MyTune. It’s fast, straightforward and precise.

The generated 'new' VE's are accurate. They are even better than Twin-Scan’s own corrections due to how Frank (developer/owner of MyTune) designed the algorithms. Also, no more finagling with x-y axes breakpoints that don’t align.

For over two months now, with a high degree of success, I’ve used MyTune in conjunction with the TS/WEGO for the VE calibration phase of the tunes I’ve performed. This is for the AFR cal’d and Lambda cal’d bikes alike.

In addition to a table of copy/paste-able and accurate ‘new’ VE’s, MyTune also shows percent change, correction and hit counts. MyTune has many other features available as well.

IMO, the $29.99 end-user non-commercial price is a bargain. For commercial users, Frank may have some updated special and short term trial pricing.

To find more info, Google or Dogpile the three words: tune my harley
This will show you the website link.

Cheers,
John

P.S. The above comments were not solicited by the developer/owner of MyTune whatsoever.
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Old 12-02-2012, 03:29 PM   #2 (permalink)
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thanks john
i had it on another computer,quite a while ago.
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You'll be glad you did Jim.
I had an early version a year and a half or so ago...today's version has come along way. It's one of those those things you'll never know how you got along without it.
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30 dollars? I'm in... Been struggling for 3 years with the cut and paste, manual process.

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[QUOTE=Herko;2201583]Tuners Who Calibrate VE's with the Twin-Scan/WEGO

I've been using these automatic excel programs from the twintec site.
The excel program automatically calculates the WEGO adjustments and changes the final VE number automatically. It doesn't affect cells not to be changed. I copy the entire map, from the excel program selected, and paste it on to the working map of the tuner. There's no manual calculating of the numbers. Just select the particular Excel converter that matches the tuner map.
On the twintec web page, scroll down the page until:
How can I use Excel spreadsheets with the Screamin' Eagle® Pro Super Tuner and Dynojet® Power Commander®?
There's 10 auto converters for twinscan3 and 12 for twinscan2.
They download directly into your computer. I'm not sure if they're easier than Mytune, but the excel converters are automatic.

http://www.daytona-twintec.com/tech_twin_scan2.html
http://www.daytona-twintec.com/tech_twin_scan3.html
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the mytune program is a very fast and easy way to get the job done. Thanks for the heads up on that.
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