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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by maxnix Click here to enlarge
    Wow, talk about mere coincidence! Click here to enlarge

    Hello, anybody awake, yet? Click here to enlarge
    Yes....it's also coincidence that the original BMW DME boost logic is load based as well Click here to enlarge

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    Be careful not all tables are mapped out properly in the free XDF files Shiv posted. The basic ones he modifies are fine but for anything else be sure your flashing solution has a good recovery mode "just in case". Click here to enlarge
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Terry@BMS Click here to enlarge
    Be careful not all tables are mapped out properly in the free XDF files Shiv posted. The basic ones he modifies are fine but for anything else be sure your flashing solution has a good recovery mode "just in case". Click here to enlarge
    LOL, i noticed that too. Some of the limit tables are whack. Some are y,z points are ass backwords, even though the cell data matches cobbs OTS maps 100%.... hrmm...
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    There are some definite differences between TP and ATP as far as what effects certain table changes have. Cobb had said they added some special logic, etc, at some point and it appears to be the case. For example starting with a modified map on each, setting load values in Cobb results in different actual boost targets than I am getting setting those same load targets in TP. Some tables out there effect the load to boost targeting, for example the "load to torque limit" table. But the values match exactly in each. I wonder if it's the torque eff fuel divisor segment change Cobb mentions in their notes. I guess at least with these fast write times I can try a flurry of mapping changes driving around to better sort this out. Click here to enlarge
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    Do you think Cobb is running custom code on the DME, or do you think a change to a table in ATR/ATP changes multiple tables in the DME in certain situations?
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    At the moment I don't know. Still playing around with it. It seems on at least some level the relationship between torque, load, and boost has been altered somehow in the Cobb environment different than what I see i the TP environment.
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