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Thread: TunerPro XDF for 0411 LS1 PCM Project!

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    the XDFs in Mark's first post seem to be the non-password versions.
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    Thanks. I thought I had downloaded mine from that location, but they have an older date.

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    EagleMark, has any progress been made with the xdf for the 12212156 os for the 0411. With a working flash program out in the open this is really needed now. (unfortunately i don't have to knowledge to put one together and it seems like you are most of the way done with one). This will really open to doors and make the 0411 useable in just about anything from v6 to vortec v8, and even LS stuff with one xdf file.
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    Quote Originally Posted by neruve View Post
    EagleMark, has any progress been made with the xdf for the 12212156 os for the 0411
    Hi Neruve. Mark passed away a couple of weeks ago. There are others who are actively working on the 2002 XDF info for the 0411 PCM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lextech View Post
    Hi Neruve. Mark passed away a couple of weeks ago. There are others who are actively working on the 2002 XDF info for the 0411 PCM.

    Jeff
    Oh my. I am sorry for everyone's loss. I just recently started to become interested in all this and see he has been an active member to several forums. I'm sure the community as a whole will miss him.

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    With the release of the flash tool, I have become more interested in the 411 now. I downloaded the XDF on the first page of this post and looked at them. Not quite as overwhelming as I was expecting. Interesting how its divided up into different segments. I was wondering how complete they are? Are there any missing parameters that might be in other (higher priced) tuning software from other big companys?


    Also, I had a issue with one of the zip files. 2500SXDFs.zip works fine. However when I download 12202088.7z.zip and try to open it, I get a error saying the file is invalid. Is there something wrong with it, or is it on my end? I thought it strange as the other one opens fine. It has the XDF's in it. So whats in the one I cant open?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JeepsAndGuns View Post
    Also, I had a issue with one of the zip files. 2500SXDFs.zip works fine. However when I download 12202088.7z.zip and try to open it, I get a error saying the file is invalid. Is there something wrong with it, or is it on my end? I thought it strange as the other one opens fine. It has the XDF's in it. So whats in the one I cant open?
    You have to take the .zip off and extract with 7zip. It looks like they added the .zip as the forum probably won't allow a .7z extension file be uploaded. (just a guess)

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    Hello!
    Has there been any progress to OS 12212156 .XDF files? I'm in need to modify simple stuff in 2002 .bin ( disabling rear O2s and AIR system ).
    Thanks!

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    What are you using to read / write the PCM ?

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    was trying to follow the tread but could not identify what is the best OS that matches 2500s.xdf? try to break it down and work on a 2005 OS for tuner pro, but need some open XDF examples to break it all down.

    any help will be great.

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    Why go to the bother ? I mean that seriously - it will take hundreds of hours to complete accurately and fully.

    The 1Mb PCMs (Blue and Green connectors) were primarily used from 2003 to 2006 (some 2007 models continued to use this PCM). There were literally dozens of operating systems (OS) used by GM for these PCMs.

    However, 2004 OS 12587603 may be considered a "universal donor". All 1Mb PCMs can be programmed with this OS. This OS was used by 2004 Corvette, Truck, SUV, and full-size Van. This OS will support all transmission types, Drive-by-Wire or Drive-by-Cable, and Flex Fuel operation.

    There is a fully complete XDF for 2004 OS 12587603 available here - see post #3:

    http://www.gearhead-efi.com/Fuel-Inj...d-is-TunerPro)

    There are 2004 bin files available here:

    http://www.gearhead-efi.com/Fuel-Inj...rPro-Bin-Files

    With a 1Mb PCM, using this 2004 OS is a quick and easy option.

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    This is AWESOME and I have been searching for these Holy Grail files to edit and squirt into my recently acquired $18.50 junk yard pulled P59. I had a mismatched XDF that you recently pointed out that would not work with the oddball truck BIN I was using. The two files above now make much better sense inside Tuner Pro RT without the extremely weird table numbers and completely red tables in general. Really appreciate it.

    The only thing I can't find so far is where to change the diameter of the rear tire??????

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    Speed calibration ...

    Neither the 512Kb PCMs (1999 - 2002) nor the 1Mb (2003 - 2006) incorporate a "tire diameter" parameter within their software. This is something that commercial tuning software offers - via some type of software "wizard".

    If you are using TunerPro, will need to confirm 2 parameters, and manually calculate 2 more parameters - to achieve the same result.

    Open TunerPro ... load the correct XDF ... open a corresponding Bin file.

    Open the "view" menu at the top of TunerPro and select "Parameter Comments" - this will show a narrative description for each parameter and table.

    Open the Speedometer folder.

    Confirm H0102 (VSS Pulses per Revolution) is correct for your transmission type - if not, enter the correct value.

    Confirm H0103 (Axle Gear Ratio) is correct for your vehicle - if not, enter the correct value.

    Open H0101 (VSS Pulses per Mile) - and read the Parameter Comments - you need to calculate this value yourself - then enter it into TunerPro.

    Open H0104 (TOS Revolutions per Mile) - and read the Parameter Comments - you need to calculate this value yourself - then enter it into TunerPro.

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    Hey LRT
    you seem to know your way around Tuner Pro. do you know how to create folders in the Parameter Tree to organize the the XDF Parameters?

    iv been making some decent progress, starting from the bottom. but once the files are defined will be easy to adjust them to what ever year.

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    In TunerPro ... load the XDF that you are developing .... at the top, select the XDF menu ... then select "View / Edit XDF Header Info".

    When the dialogue box opens, click the "Categories" tab. Then create categories (folders) in the order that you would like them to appear in the Parameter Tree.

    Put some thought into this process before you begin - changing the folder order after the fact becomes a lot of work - as any parameter previously linked to a folder will also need to be edited.

    To place a parameter or table into a specific category (folder) ... when creating or editing the specific parameter, in the "Category A" tab ... link this to the desired category (folder).

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