|09-18-2009 05:30 AM|
|lowbudgethero||you would want a good A/F ratio gauge too to make sure everything is ok|
|09-14-2009 05:28 AM|
|TheTalladegaKid||I've recently downloaded t5 suite pro and I have an account with ecuproject.com. I've done plenty of reading via threads and I've looked at tons of different .bin's and I feel confident enough to start tuning. there's one issue though... im looking for a canusb or bdm and was wondering if their both something id have to get online or can I get one from radioshack or other? which do most of you prefer canusb or bdm?|
|09-06-2009 07:21 PM|
|PAsaab900||is that all i would need or would i need more than that.......|
|09-06-2009 05:18 PM|
|mr.jenkins||Thanks for the link. I have been reading through the documentation. Time to start acquiring the necessary hardware bits.|
|09-06-2009 05:24 AM|
T5 Documentation on the left side.
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|09-05-2009 06:03 PM|
|PAsaab900||what would i need to tune my ecu while its in my car.. i have a laptop already set up with t5suite n a few files that i was given.. if anyone could help thanks|
|09-04-2009 06:20 PM|
|mr.jenkins||Thanks for the advice. I guess a "quick guide" would be a better way to describe what I was looking for. I understand the concept, so hopefully I'll be relatively successful. Well I'm off to download T5 suite.|
|09-04-2009 03:26 PM|
I use it, its great, its fun and once you get the hang of it you will see its not hard at all.
The hardest part realy is getting together the stuff you need for the tune (canusb or bdm and a power supply)
On their website go to the first timers and newbies section, it will help you get started
Download t5 suite and just check out what options are there (you can tune a bin for practice if you want!)
Then read through the t5 documentation, its great, Not all of it will be meaningful to you unless your looking to do a total overhaul of your car, but read through the basic parts!
Its not hard at all, def look into it, and if you need any help feel free to ask questions, I (or various other people) will be more than willing to help out!
|09-04-2009 12:45 PM|
Now I dont want to discourage you from trying out T5Suite, but if there is a real want for a dummies instructions on how to do it, you probably shouldn't be playing around with this kinda stuff.
So you could take the time to read a bit, learn some new stuff, and hop on the bandwagon.
Or pay some people a small amount to tune a box for you.
|09-04-2009 12:36 PM|
Like to try t5 suite and advice
I have been reading a lot of posts about the T5 suite and open ecu project. The e85 thing sounds great. Is there a t5 suite for dummies?