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    Default Tephra EVO 8-9

    TephraMod V7
    yeah finally
    First of all I would like to thank everyone who has contributed to the development of this, I reckon some of the new features are awesome
    Secondly if you would like to donate just PAYPAL whatever you can/want to donations@globalshare.net
    FEATURES
    Flashing CEL on Knock
    - slow flash for low knock
    - fast flash for high knock
    - low and high knock thresholds customisable
    - minimum load threshold customisable
    - can get it to drop boost if above the High knock threshold

    Valet Mode
    - customisable RPM limit
    - autovalet on fresh ignition (ie if you leave the car and come back it will auto valet, as opposed to returning to the previous state you left the car in)
    - NOT able to co-exist with TPS based map switching
    - CEL will fast flash on ignition if valet is enabled
    Alternate Maps
    - 3 methods of switching maps - ADC0F (ie Jack_of_Trades harness OR meth failsafe), Intercooler Auto Switch (ie hold down for prescribed time), TPS switching (ie hold TPS like Valet mode)
    - all 3 methods WONT switch TO AltMap when car is above load threshold
    - ADC0F switching WILL switch BACK to Normal Maps if voltage drops below threshold - hence meth failsafe
    BIG MAP
    - changed ECU to use new BIGGER MAPS for both Fuel and Timing
    - same axis's for both sets of maps
    - altmaps and launch maps included
    - LOW OCTANGE FUEL AND TIMING INCLUDED as well
    - does NOT affect other timing maps, ie EGR or ColdStart

    2byte to 1byte load factor
    - simple divide routine to convert 2byte load into a 1byte field and then Evoscan will convert back to 2byte.
    - MATCH you LoadFactor in ECUFLASH to the SAME as your Eval in evoscan
    - MaxLoad is loadfactor * 255, ie a loadfactor of 1.2 will allow a Max Loggable Load of 306, 1.3 = 331... etc (choose an appropriate loadfactor based on your existing max load)
    No Lift to Shift (NLTS)
    - basically set's a revlimit of whatever your CURRENT RPM is (ie when you shifted) MINUS the RPM Drop you specify in EcuFlash
    - Various thresholds ie TPS/Speed/Load so it wont activate by accident
    - If you do have problem's its probably your top clutch switch.
    - Always do the garage test (ie set speed to 0, tps to 20, load to 0 and then practice the engangement point whilst idling)

    AFR Safety
    - REQUIRES WB02 wired upto the rear02
    - various thresholds and timers
    - will Flash CEL AND/OR Drop boost
    Launch Maps
    - Allows you to customise your "Launch" igition and fuel maps
    - various thresholds so it only activates on Launch
    - Should override altmap mode as well

    FULL Gear based boost control
    - removed existing BDEL and BWGDC tables
    - added new 3d tables with gear on the X axis
    - allows you to have different boost levels AND wastegate duty cycles for each gear
    TPS compensation for WGDC
    - Basic multiplication table for WGDC

    MAF IAT compensation for WGDC
    - Allows you to add or remove WGDC based on intake air temp
    100% WGDEC under a certain load
    - Keeps BCS from openning wastegate under a certain load (to aid in spool up)
    Preconfigured MUT Requests
    MUT00+MUT01 = 2byte airflow (ie MrFreds mod in g/s or lb/min)
    MUT02+MUT03 = 2byte airflow (ie MAFHz)
    MUT40 = 1byte gear
    MUT41 = 1byte load
    MUT42+MUT43 = 2byte SPEED/RPM ratio (to get your gear ratios correct - if you need to)
    2byte load AND 2byte RPM are no longer included and IMHO not needed!
    INSTALLATION
    Wiki Page
    This time all you have todo is make sure you have a recent copy of EcuFlash (1.41+ is good) and you just COPY the entire .xml file into your EcuFlash XML directory. No more patching xml files.
    BIG WARNING
    Whilst I have tried to test everything as much as possible it is up to YOU to test each feature before driving your car around! If you notice any WEIRDNESS (including EcuFlash showing funny values for things) please post up so we can help you! No warranty is provided, and any damage done cannot be held against me!
    ROMS
    96530706 TESTED by Phenem,
    88580714 TESTED by Me, mlocatel
    88590715 TESTED by recompile, ohhgyeahfasho, fostytou
    REPLACEMENT ROMS
    941700XX, 969400XX, 964200XX??? - Use 96530706 - See Phemen's first reply down below!!
    8884001X - You can use 88580714 with no problems. Just ensure you copy your immobiliser AND 0xFFA bits (yes 0xFFA) otherwise the immobiliser wont work
    90550001, 88580014, 88570008, 96260009 + MORE COMING SOON!!!
    Last edited by Admin; 11-24-2009 at 03:01 PM.
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    Default Additional V7 information provided by phenem

    TephraMod V7-PheNem/l2r99gst/recompile modified
    VERY IMPORTANT:
    • Included with each download is a COMPLETE XML Package for the appropriate ROM!
    • Every ROM is setup for the Immobilizer HEX for a 2003 USDM car. Change the Immobilizer HEX to your specific car if your car is not a 2003 USDM!

    The new ROM ID sequence is as follows:
    • All EVO 8's will use 9653X706
    • All USDM EVO 9's will use 8859X715

    Replace the X above with the number below:
    • 0 = MAF
    • 1 = Speed Density
    • 2 = DMA (Live Map) + MAF
    • 3 = DMA (Live Map) + Speed Density

    IMPORTANT:
    • Make sure you have a recent copy of EcuFlash (1.41+)
    • You have to be in developer user level mode for the BLUE sections to show up in ECUFlash.
    • Copy entire XML package to your ECUFlash XML def. directory for the EVO. Overwrite any files if needed. Edit ROM as needed copying over your Fuel/Timing/Immob/InjectorSize/BoostSettings/etc...
    • If you are going to run SD make sure to adjust your RPM VE and RPM vs. Load to match your current SD settings. Please see this post on Speed Density if you wish to learn more about it and understand what you have to do in order to "tune" for it.
    • If you are having weird issues with your ROM values and items are not displaying correctly please download the appropriate XML packages at the bottom of this post.
    • As always if there are issues please post up so we can try and help you.

    Here is an example of all the tables closed up in ECUFLash:


    ROMS
    Evo VIII
    Option 1 96530706 (v7) - Download[/URL] | Mirror[/URL]
    • Set Immob. HEX to 0x0040 (check to make sure your old ROM was the same)

    Option 2 - Thanks to l2r99gst 96532706 (v7 + Live Map + MAF) - Download[/URL] | Mirror[/URL]
    • Set Immob. HEX to 0x0058 (check to make sure your old ROM was the same)
    • Live Map implmented

    Option 3 - Thanks to l2r99gst 96533706 (v7 + Live Map + Speed Density) - Download[/URL] | Mirror[/URL]
    • Set Immob. HEX to 0x0058 (check to make sure your old ROM was the same)
    • Live Map implmented
    • Speed Density Implemented using the Fuel Temp sensor as input for Temperature

    Option 4 96530706 (v7 + Mods) - Download[/URL] | Mirror[/URL]
    • Set Immob. HEX to 0x0040 (check to make sure your old ROM was the same)
    • mrfred psi based boost implemented as default (just edit Tephra's gear dependant map)
    • OBD II Inspection ready for EVAP and EGR
    • Disabled EGR, EVAP, and Idle Tests
    • Disabled P0300 code
    • Disabled lean spool
    • mrfred double fuel cut load limit implmeneted and set to 300 load (change to whatever you need this to be, read more)

    Option 5 96531706 (v7 + Mods + Speed Density) - Download[/URL] | Mirror[/URL]
    • Everything that is included in Option 4 minus mrfred double load (not needed when switching to SD)
    • Speed Density Implemented using the Fuel Temp sensor as input for Temperature

    USDM Evo IX
    Option 1 88590715 (v7) - Download[B]Option"]http://www.globalshare.net/evo-mod/v7/88590715-TephraMod-V7.zip"]Download[/URL]
    Option[/URL] 2 - Thanks to recompile 88590715 (v7 + Mods) - Download[/URL] | Mirror[/URL]
    • Setup for JDM MAP and PSI based boost control (mrfred)
    • WGDC Correction Interval set to 1 (Stock = 10)
    • Max Total Upward WGDC Correction @ 100% TPS set to 0 (Stock = 10)
    • EGR System Disabled (mrfred)
    • Max Timing Retard set to -20 degrees (tephra)
    • FAA bit.10 disabled ("weird unknown" timing pull at cruise)
    • FAA bit.09 disabled (cat-warmup ignition retard)
    • FBA bit.00 disabled (lean spool)
    • FCA bit.09 disabled (EGR Test)
    • OBD Inspection set to Pass all tests (acamus)
    • Rear O2 Heater patch applied (mrfred)
    • Fuel Cut Load Limit x2 and set to 300 (mrfred)

    EvoScan XML Data to add:
    Code:
    <DataListItem DataLog="Y" Color="" Display="Gear" LogReference="Gear" RequestID="40" Eval="x" Unit="units" MetricEval="" MetricUnit="" ResponseBytes="1" GaugeMin="0" GaugeMax="300" ChartMin="0" ChartMax="300" ScalingFactor="1" Notes="" Priority="5" Visible="False" />
    <DataListItem DataLog="Y" Color="" Display="RPM_SPEED_RATIO_AVERAGE" LogReference="RPM_SPEED_RATIO_AVERAGE" RequestID="42" RequestID2="43" Eval="x/36.37" Unit="rpm/kph" MetricEval="" MetricUnit="" ResponseBytes="1" GaugeMin="0" GaugeMax="300" ChartMin="0" ChartMax="300" ScalingFactor="1" Notes="" Priority="1" Visible="False" />
    <DataListItem DataLog="Y" Color="" Display="Airflow Rate gm/s" LogReference="gmas" RequestID="00" RequestID2="01" Eval="x*0.0236" Unit="gm/s" MetricEval="" MetricUnit="" ResponseBytes="1" GaugeMin="0" GaugeMax="10000" ChartMin="0" ChartMax="10000" ScalingFactor="1" Notes="" Priority="4" Visible="False" />
    <DataListItem DataLog="Y" Color="" Display="Load 1Byte" LogReference="Load" RequestID="41" Eval="1.3*x" Unit="load" MetricEval="" MetricUnit="" ResponseBytes="1" GaugeMin="0" GaugeMax="300" ChartMin="0" ChartMax="300" ScalingFactor="1" Notes="Displays state of the throttle. High voltage or % value means a more open throttle. When logging engine activity (especially on the dyno), it is useful to log throttle position. This makes it easy to see when a power run begins and ends i.e. when the driver's foot is depressing the accelerator fully. Some mitsubishis show up to 20% when your foot is off the accelerator, and will show a max of 90-99% when your foot is fully applied, this is normal.&#xD;&#xA;" Priority="1" Visible="False" />
    <DataListItem DataLog="Y" Color="" Display="Airflow 2Byte" LogReference="AirFlow2Byte" RequestID="02" RequestID2="03" Eval="6.29*x/64" Unit="Hz" MetricEval="" MetricUnit="" ResponseBytes="1" GaugeMin="0" GaugeMax="3000" ChartMin="0" ChartMax="2500" ScalingFactor="0.1" Notes="" Priority="4" Visible="False" />
    <DataListItem DataLog="N" Color="" Display="Airflow Rate lb/min" LogReference="lbamin" RequestID="00" RequestID2="01" Eval="0.00312*x" Unit="lb/min" MetricEval="" MetricUnit="" ResponseBytes="1" GaugeMin="0" GaugeMax="10000" ChartMin="0" ChartMax="10000" ScalingFactor="1" Notes="" Priority="1" Visible="False" />
    <DataListItem DataLog="N" Color="" Display="Mileage Gasoline" LogReference="mpg" RequestID="CALC" Eval="5.9*[Speed]*[AFRMAP]/[lbamin]" Unit="mpg" MetricEval="" MetricUnit="" ResponseBytes="1" GaugeMin="0" GaugeMax="10000" ChartMin="0" ChartMax="10000" ScalingFactor="1" Notes="" Priority="1" Visible="False" />
    <DataListItem DataLog="N" Color="" Display="Mileage E85" LogReference="mpge" RequestID="CALC" Eval="4.18*[Speed]*[AFRMAP]/[lbamin]" Unit="mpg" MetricEval="" MetricUnit="" ResponseBytes="1" GaugeMin="0" GaugeMax="10000" ChartMin="0" ChartMax="10000" ScalingFactor="1" Notes="" Priority="1" Visible="False" />
    Omni 4-Bar MAP
    <DataListItem DataLog="Y" Color="" Display="OMNI MAP" LogReference="OMNIMAP" RequestID="38" Eval="0.2369*x-14.7" Unit="psig" MetricEval="" MetricUnit="" ResponseBytes="1" GaugeMin="-15" GaugeMax="35" ChartMin="-15" ChartMax="35" ScalingFactor="1" Notes=""/>
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    Default Tephra Big Map translator

    BIG MAP Translator:
    For Excel 2007 and above
    BIGMAP Translator
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