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By Dmitriy
#50125
theonewithin wrote:
Fri May 07, 2021 2:22 am
Once again...

The last few version of firmware has had major improvements.

You may find that you don't actually need 1% resolution.
In new firmware versions, it is also impossible to enter odd numbers in the X-axis in the VE, AFR tables.
To implement this, I need to make changes somewhere in the code, but I don't know where. Or so that the X axis in the VE, PTS tables is 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5% by PTS.
By theonewithin
#50127
Who cares about the 1%!!!!

Just try the latest firmware.

You may find that you don't need 1%...

FFS.

You can go back to the older firmware (why you would want to with the huge improvements that were made) if you must afterwards.

Just do an EEPROM clear before you update and before you roll back.
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By Chris Wolfson
#50129
You will have more than 1% variation of the TPS from mechanical tolerance and temperature.
It really is not necessary to have more than 50 possible steps from 0 to 100%
Also, any time you calibrate the TPS you will have different values.
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