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|12-18-2014 03:06 PM|
|Stickertuner||But ya I am sooooo looking foward to mazdaedit for the 2014's so I can have this one custom dyno tuned. I just know that with this 2.5 skyactiv being stupid high compression if I could just add intake full exhaust and water meth it should be making serious power with some good mpg's to boot. But untill then I will have to be satisfied with intake and exhaust.|
|12-18-2014 02:57 PM|
@mazda3az hey so sorry I forgot to update with pics and info. We used mazdaedit with a tactrix cable. I will sell my cable if any one is interested in it but ya MazdaEdit's data logging is pretty simple.. You load the program and connect the cable and then just click on the data logger icon and it will prompt you to select the ecu you are trying to read and just select auto select and boom! Your data logging.
Now here's the down side. You can for sure hurt your car messing around with the program if you just go in their screwing around so be carful and make sure any adjustments are done while the vehicle is in a cool environment above 50' but below 90' and the battery is hooked to a charger/jumper box so the ecu doesn't loose power during a reflash cuz if it does you are SCREWED and get to buy a new ecu like me that cost 1100$ to mace Mazda install.
|07-30-2014 08:43 PM|
A good number of people in our region have had success with SoloStorm. The overlays look sweet and it gives all the tech people something to play with in between runs.
Price looks reasonable for the capabilities.
Video from one of our guys at a recent event and link to site.
|07-30-2014 01:38 PM|
|c_thur||There's that Aim thing, Solo DL(?). I think it works with our ECUs. High roller for that though. $$$.|
|07-30-2014 09:37 AM|
Originally Posted by dgross7 View Post
One day I dream of much much more than shock movements through a course
|07-30-2014 09:10 AM|
I have friends (that do track days more than autox) who use apps to record runs and then the video file is overlayed with data readouts, but his phone's gps only refreshes at 1 Hz (like most phones), so it can be a bit slow for autox.
I want to find a good data logging method though. Knowing what's happening with the car is important.
Out of curiosity, has anyone considered those attachments to their shocks to log shock movement throughout a course? I day dream of those sometimes... even though I don't know what I would do with the data lol.
|07-30-2014 01:24 AM|
Originally Posted by Stickertuner View Post
|06-12-2014 12:47 PM|
|Stickertuner||I am getting the new dynotronics reflash kit in the mail and I will be data logging it on the program they send me so I can get it all dialed in with out driving 2500 miles to Texas .. I will update you and even post some screen shots if you want .|
|06-07-2014 01:51 PM|
Harry's on my iPhone is what I use.
I need to read up more on how it works though, it didn't seem to save everything from my last event, just laptimes. Something went wrong somewhere with it.. it didn't store all of the Gs per lap etc.
|06-07-2014 01:24 PM|
If you're specifically referring to logging for auto-x, i can't help. BUT there's an app called Torque that connects with a bluetooth dongle to your ECU. It can display live information as well as data log whatever parameters you want.
Other option is a Dashhawk or whatever it's called. That's probably in the hundreds of $ while the app and bluetooth dongle would run you max 30$
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