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    Adding tables to XDF [$85 specific]

    I searched around trying to find the answer, but basically I am wanting to add "MAX TCC D.C. vs PSI" table from the BAMW hac into the existing $85 XDF...Easier said than done! haha
    I was trying to follow this tunerpro tutorial, however right out the gate they talk about things that are not defined. Has "ECU Item Editor" been removed from Tunerpro? I'm also assuming "ECU File format" = .src ? Also, I am failing to see how to convert the resulting "ECU" file into a usable bin that I can burn to a chip? That link seems like it contains outdated info...?

    Or coming at this from another angle, (if this is even possible) how do I determine the parameters I need to enter into tunerpro to be able to read those paramaters in the bin?


    This is specifically is what I am looking to add to the xdf:

    Code:
            ;---------------------------------------------
            ; MAX TCC D.C. vs PSI, (0 - 128PSI)
            ;
            ;  Dissassemby of BAMW
            ;  02-09-1994, 14:53:11
            ;
            ; TBL = %D.C. * 2.56
            ;---------------------------------------------
            ORG $9C19    ; %D.C.            PSI
                        ;---------------------------------
    L9C19   FCB  252    ;  98.4            0
    L9C1A   FCB  252    ;  98.4            8
    L9C1B   FCB  252    ;  98.4           16
    L9C1C   FCB  252    ;  98.4           24
    L9C1D   FCB  252    ;  98.4           32
    L9C1E   FCB  252    ;  98.4           40
    L9C1F   FCB  252    ;  98.4           48
    L9C20   FCB  252    ;  98.4           56
    L9C21   FCB  244    ;  95.3           64
    L9C22   FCB  224    ;  87.5           72
    L9C23   FCB  209    ;  81.6           80
    L9C24   FCB  194    ;  75.8           88
    L9C25   FCB  182    ;  71.1           96
    L9C26   FCB  171    ;  66.8          104
    L9C27   FCB  161    ;  62.9          112
    L9C28   FCB  153    ;  59.8          120
    L9C29   FCB  145    ;  56.6          128
            ;---------------------------------------------

    **Edit- Actually I may have figured out how to do this by using a combo of the BAMW hack, the Min TCC Duty Cycle table and the Paramater List Summary. Can someone sanity check the attached XDF to make sure it looks good? The only thing I didn't get was where is the equation derived from? If changes I made in the attachment check out, I'll work on adding a few other items to the XDF. :-)
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    I'm not sure how that old tutorial would help? But you seem to have found the parameter info needed from the dissasembly and that is all you need.

    Open the $85 .XDF and click on a Parameter where you want to add the new one, Paremter Ordered List is the most adjusttable as you can drag and drop things around. Then Right Click and Insert New XDF Parameter. Filling in the blanks is the hard part and conversion is hardest... maybe this will help you and others get going.

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