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Tuning Workbook Pro v14.02 - By "03Steve"

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  1. 03Steve

    03Steve Active Member Established Member

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    This is a utility I have been developing slowly over the years. There are several sheets within the workbook. Start with the Overview - Instructions sheet.

    I do stay busy with the day job, but I will answer questions about it periodically and may even do some addition requests.

    In summary, this may make your life easier when working on a cal. Requires Excel 2010 or higher for full functionality. File attached below.

    View attachment Tuning Workbook Pro v1402.zip
     
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  2. 04sleeper

    04sleeper Runs On "Liquid Gold" Staff Member Super Moderator

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    Great work Steve! Thank you for sharing.
     
  3. badcobra

    badcobra It's Fast Established Member

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    Steve, I have told you several times how helpful this sheet has been for me! I have taken the numbers this sheet spits out, put them in the tune, and with some minor fueling adjustments it's spot on. For a novice tuner, this thing is like magic.

    I do have one minor problem and maybe there is a fix? If I go to the HPX tab and copy say the 3.5" meter data and paste it into the main tab, if I go and try to change the tube diameter then, it does not make any corrections. It seems that once you paste the data in, no other tube size corrections can be made. It's a not a totally big deal as I can do it on HPX's sheet and then put it in, but just an FYI. Not sure that can be corrected. Thanks man! Tony
     
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    03Steve Active Member Established Member

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    Hey Tony, I am aware of that one. The tube size is set up for the stock slot sensor only on the calculation. I will probably change this in a future revision.
     
  5. ClubVenom1

    ClubVenom1 On My Way To 8's Established Member

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    Nice workbook. Thanks for the knowledge 03steve.

    Admin should sticky this for the self tuner guys.
     
  6. 03Steve

    03Steve Active Member Established Member

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    Bump

    125 downloads so far. Looking for any feedback or requests. I think I have most of the popular MAF combos and fuel injectors covered.
     
  7. slo984now

    slo984now AKA 01yellerCobra Established Member

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    I just downloaded it really quick to check it out. I'll look at it more in depth after work. Seems like a really nice tool. Thank you very much.
     
  8. ZeroSVT

    ZeroSVT Member Established Member

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    ++ for you 03Steve

    Well done!
     
  9. Bonedriver

    Bonedriver Member Established Member

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    Thanks 03Steve, really helped me understand the maf x function in relationship to maf area. Knowing my maf function baseline and maf dia, made it easy to figure out the change in values with a 148mm Maf! Much appreciated
     
  10. 46dohc67stang

    46dohc67stang New Member

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    great info steve!
     
  11. moncho

    moncho Active Member Established Member

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    Wow! That's incredibly generous of you to share something that must have taken a lot of time and resources to put together. I know nothing about tuning but it has always fascinated me. Will definitely look @ this closer and see if I can build my knowledge on tuning. Thanks again & cheers!
     
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    I just wanted to double check. In this excel document the injector low slope is higher than the injector high slope. Is this correct?
     

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