How Live Tuning works
Live tuning works by altering the ECU so that the ECU copies table information from flash memory (which cannot be changed without re-writing the whole ECU) to RAM (which can be changed quickly while the ECU is running). This copying process occurs every time the ECU RAM is cleared, which is every time the ECU is reset or the ignition is switched off and on. When tables are editing in FlashProManager, the changes are sent to the ECU where the RAM tables are updated, so that the ECU tables are updated in a fraction of a second.
I also took sometime and linked the 14 different YouTube videos on FlashPro for those interested in hearing more about the product.
To review again what FlashPro brings to the table for me :
- Programmable ECU interface.
- Live Tuning
- FlashProManager Windows software.
- Check and clear diagnostic codes.
- Custom laptop gauges.
- Dual calibration storage - upload from one of two calibrations stored in the FlashPro
- Ignition, fuel, cam angle, idle speed table editing.
- VTEC window.
- Rev and launch limiters.
- AFM calibration table.
- Wideband input.
- Speedometer adjustment.
- Corrected Air Fuel Ratio
- Readiness and Diagnostic trouble codes.
- Idle Speed adjustment
- Map tracing & lambda overlay.
- Advanced Graphing.
- 20 starting calibrations for common intakes and race header combinations.
- Above features plus:
- Rev hang eliminated
- Expanded fuel, ignition & cam angle tables for forced induction.
- 4 bar MAP sensor support (40 psi).
- 50 degree cam angle movement for more midrange torque (up from 45 degrees maximum).
- Support for larger injectors.
- Injector latency / dead time.
- Individual cylinder fuel & ignition trim.
- Disable Primary and Secondary oxygen sensors.
- Race vehicle sensor disabling.
- Radiator Fan control.
- Target Throttle table.
- Ignition and Fuel temperature compensation tables.
- Speed limiter removed.
- 35 starting calibrations for intake, headers, forced induction & injector combinations.