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WAR Software Support / Re: ignition map shows 0
« on: January 18, 2017, 09:54:51 AM »
Update: i used the 173 ecu stock file, opened the file, all ignition tables are 0.

I filled the tables with values making sense and saved the file. I could work with the file, editing, switching, copying... i filled the 173 file with the data of a 153 file so all tables were filled with data... saved it complete...

... closed the application and reopened the file again and .... the tables were empty again, completly filled with 0 again!

so there is a bug killing data!

Please post a screen shot of the values. If your language setting uses a comma "," for a decimal place instead of "." that will cause the 0's to happen. Numbers must look like "25.5" instead of "25,5"

You are probably using the WRONG version of java. Don't download the newest, use this version...


WAR Software Support / Re: SUPPORT? OR NO SUPPORT???
« on: July 10, 2016, 05:26:23 PM »
How are you even running the MAF without the proper flange to bolt it to?

Turbo Tuning / Re: Idle Issues
« on: March 17, 2016, 02:24:26 PM »
I've had and been working on this issue since last spring with no avail, and also can't get ahold of them now. About to dump this kit and go RK. Happy to know it's not just my car being a freak.

Have you tried grounding your ECU directly? Take a wire and wrap it around one of the ECU cover bolts and fasten the other end to a chassis ground directly. We have seen this problem lots, especially in swap cars.

Also, what is the MAF output voltage at idle? Should be around 0.7v

WAR Software Support / Re: ecu reverts back to stock tune
« on: May 21, 2015, 10:54:48 PM »
The tune can't change by itself. Put the S/C tune in ALL four positions. If things are "Changing" it isn't the tune.

What operating system are you using? Format the chip to ensure it is erased. If it failed to write and left a partially - deemed corrupt now - file that will lock up the writing process.

General Discussion / Re: Is there any injector select table?
« on: May 21, 2015, 10:26:31 PM »
No there is no way for you to select injector size as there is much more to it than simply changing the constant. Because it is far too difficult for 90% of customers, we can provide base tunes for different size injectors if we have developed them in the past. What size do you want to run and for what application?

Turbo Tuning / Re: Can't decide what to do right now
« on: April 08, 2015, 09:02:54 PM »
I don't know how I can answer your questions more... Simply put, we do not have any way to tune the non vanos ECU properly. You cannot change the MAF to a better sensor, scaling the injectors while maintaining the stock MAF is useless. The VANOS base maps DO NOT translate to the NON vanos systems. I stated it would be best to go standalone for a non vanos engine OR switch to a VANOS harness and ECU but at that point, just get at car with VANOS.

The only question that does not address is the crank and piston slap. You can put whatever crank you want in there that fits, but again, you will not be tuning it for turbo with the stock ECU. Piston slap when cold can be normal, or it can be a bad sign. It could also be a bad lifter or... without hearing the car in person it is hard to determine what the noise is.

WAR Software Support / Re: WAR CHIP Upload stuck at 9%
« on: March 26, 2015, 07:36:12 PM »
That is the problem with windows 7 we are trying to sort. The delay in communication. That is also why Windows 7 will not write to the WAR Chip and will get stuck at 20% Do not down grade to 7.17 Use the last version of JAVA in build 7 which is 7.75. However, that still will not make it work on Win7 unless you use Virtual XP.

General Discussion / Re: Check engine light and unstable idle
« on: March 26, 2015, 07:33:43 PM »
Have you had a chance to do what we talked about in email? One thing I forgot to ask, is the the 2.7" or 3" housing?

Turbo Tuning / Re: E30S50 turbo help
« on: March 26, 2015, 07:31:16 PM »
just a heads up, if you run into strange tuning issues with that MAF there is nothing that can be done. It WILL have a completely different out put curve and that absolutely matters to making sure the tune is solid and problem free. There won't be much support we can offer since we don't have an air flow table written for that sensor and we cannot do it remotely. Just a FYI if you run into anything that you cant seem to sort out tune wise.

Turbo Tuning / Re: Can't decide what to do right now
« on: March 26, 2015, 07:29:05 PM »
If your car is a 94, did you swap a 91 or 92 NON vanos engine into it? If so, why? VANOS is very beneficial to a turbo setup. If you have the NON VANOS engine, do you also have the NON VANOS ECU? If that is the case, you will want to go standalone as you can't do much with the non vanos ECU in terms of tuning for larger injectors and a better MAF.

I know this is an old thread, but it is important to note, if you are using the PSIK you must use a PSIK tune as the GEN 3 MAF and PSIK use different sensors. The PSIK 19# tune will be a good starting point for the stroker applications.

Hi there,

Please email us and we will help you tune your car remotely. It will be pretty easy since you have a wideband already. Start with the 402 Performance file and then email us what the AFR at idle and part throttle vs RPM is. This will be a pretty simple thing to tackle over email.

you can use 21.5# injectors from an S52 or get 24# injectors, doesn't really matter. Unfortunately, the MAF cannot be changed on that ECU.

Turbo Tuning / Re: Stock m52b28 maf power??!!
« on: March 11, 2015, 12:38:00 PM »
We do not have any turbo tunes that use the 540i MAF. Our turbo tuning package is the only way we support turbo tunes. Some of the reasons are that it helps us to keep our tune library simple and makes support much easier since the tuning components are standardized.

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