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    What datalogger are you guys using?

    For years I used Autotap with enhanced Gm to log.
    Lately i've just been using efilive to log and TCII to edit and flash.
    Every now and then i'll run into something it doesn't support,however i've passed my Atap on to another buddy running his own shop from home for diag.

    I'm thinking about picking up lyndons ECM-Pro,which I understand is similar or reworked version of ScanXL.

    Does anybody have any experience with either of these options as a datalogger for use with TCII?

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    My story is the same as yours Atap an now use efilive and TCII. I bought ECMpro and not happy with it. Lyndon said whoever was makin it work for him abandoned the project and other alternatives are coming. http://westersgarageforum.com/showth...=2061#post2061

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    I've still got mxscan and my registration code somewhere if I could dig them out,but could never get it to work right logging.
    The need only pops up every so often,but when it does it's irritating.

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    With the EFI Live scanner can you copy and paste the log of say your VE or MAf trims, and paste them directly into the corresponding table in TunerCat? I have been using my HPT handheld to scan, took the log file and cleaned up the VE table in HPT then was going to copy the VE table from HPT to TC but they use different values. I didnt try to copy directly from the scanner to TC. I also have EFI Live i can use to scan as well. TC has been my best investment but I havent used it much and would like to do more with it.

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    I've been looking for a stand alone datalogger for my Tunercats myself too.

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    I've been using a program called UVScan. It was freeware and had it's own forum. There wasn't much interest and the author quietly faded away. It doesn't seem to do some of the PIDs correctly but I'm going to look into changing the config / data files. The nice part is that it works with the AVT / Tunercat cable.

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    I would really like something that allow novice to basically auto tune myself.
    I own original version of TCII, but don't have time to learn from scratch.
    We need some kind of good tuning module.
    Any one got good idea?

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    Where can you download uvscan?

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    as you can tell I don't frequent here often

    www.efidynotuning.com

    its right there under downloads on the homepage
    decipha @ EFIDynoTuning

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