New Software Package Offered By EES...

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I am glad to anounce that Extreme Energy Solutions is now offering a new software package and has teamed up with PH2 to now be able to offer the Nu-Path Logic Software Package. It is a multi-function software tool that will allow you to do many things. 1) It will offer you data in real time even if readiness monitors are stubborn. 2) It will assist in making emissions repairs and proper diagnosis in a matter of 15 to 30 minutes, having to avoid multiple drive cycles for vehicle computer to adjust.

ECU Reprograming Service Wanted

racprops's picture

Anyone ever find a computer reprogramer friendly to our needs and wants? Thought I had a company that was, but after 6 months of trying to get something out of him I give up. Rich

Modifications acceptable to the computer

smitty's picture

I have a 1996 1-ton Chevy pickup (with service body full of heavy stuff); factory 350 with the new-that-year central sequential fuel injection, turning an automatic with overdrive. The engine has a hard rattle on start-up, which mostly goes away as the engine warms. I figure somebody had a coolant leak and skidded a piston. Engines can keep going for years with this, but sooner or later I suppose I'll do an overhaul . . .

. . . with improvements. At least I intend them to be.

HP TUNER

MPG101EES's picture

We have seen remarkable horsepower and fuel mileage gains by using the HP Tuner Performance Software. There are alot of these guys out there using HP Tuner for GM applications. We are helping them develop performance software for Ford applications. It is a bit pricey, but if you want access to the performance tables and get more power, HP Tuner is a great program for GM vehicles. They even have new protocols for the the New Chevy Camaro and Vette. We have worked with their equipment for a year now, and still learning about all of their applications. We are not paid by HP Tuner.

Tuning: LTFT, STFT, and what they do.

Pinhead's picture

From HERE

blackbird R/T wrote:

If you have the means to log over the OBD-II port you can watch what the short term and long-term fuel trims (STFT and TLFT) are doing. These are the corrections that the PCM is applying to add or remove fuel based on its O2 feedback. There are different cells (spots or ranges of correction) based on what MAP voltage level you're at and if it's above or below ~2k rpm's (as well as separate corrections for idle/decel).

New digital EFIE

Pinhead's picture

This new digital EFIE works in the same manner as Mike's O2ptimizer with regards to the oxygen sensor. However, I don't think you can buy the O2ptimizer separately from the HAFC kit; if you want to do your own thing, this would be the best way to tune your oxygen sensor. :D

http://www.fuelsaver-mpg.com/store/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPat...

Quote:

The Digital Dual EFIE Deluxe is the first of a new family of products that we have developed. These devices should now be used for all narrow band oxygen sensors that are upstream of the catalytic converter.

Post cat problems using pre cat efie

hygear's picture

I need some help solving a problem that I have regarding post cat sensors.

I recently installed an efie on my 05 Dodge Ram 5.7 hemi,and now have a problem after driving say 30 min.

06 Lexus IS350

unitedvisionary's picture

Has anyone actually tried it on this car?
I have the HAFC installed and Optimizer installed. Tried playing with the resistors with the decades box.
Will work for some minutes, then tunes itself back.
AFRs.

How do i fix this?

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New Software Package Offered By EES...

MPG101EES's picture

I am glad to anounce that Extreme Energy Solutions is now offering a new software package and has teamed up with PH2 to now be able to offer the Nu-Path Logic Software Package. It is a multi-function software tool that will allow you to do many things. 1) It will offer you data in real time even if readiness monitors are stubborn. 2) It will assist in making emissions repairs and proper diagnosis in a matter of 15 to 30 minutes, having to avoid multiple drive cycles for vehicle computer to adjust.

ECU Reprograming Service Wanted

racprops's picture

Anyone ever find a computer reprogramer friendly to our needs and wants? Thought I had a company that was, but after 6 months of trying to get something out of him I give up. Rich

Modifications acceptable to the computer

smitty's picture

I have a 1996 1-ton Chevy pickup (with service body full of heavy stuff); factory 350 with the new-that-year central sequential fuel injection, turning an automatic with overdrive. The engine has a hard rattle on start-up, which mostly goes away as the engine warms. I figure somebody had a coolant leak and skidded a piston. Engines can keep going for years with this, but sooner or later I suppose I'll do an overhaul . . .

. . . with improvements. At least I intend them to be.

HP TUNER

MPG101EES's picture

We have seen remarkable horsepower and fuel mileage gains by using the HP Tuner Performance Software. There are alot of these guys out there using HP Tuner for GM applications. We are helping them develop performance software for Ford applications. It is a bit pricey, but if you want access to the performance tables and get more power, HP Tuner is a great program for GM vehicles. They even have new protocols for the the New Chevy Camaro and Vette. We have worked with their equipment for a year now, and still learning about all of their applications. We are not paid by HP Tuner.

Tuning: LTFT, STFT, and what they do.

Pinhead's picture

From HERE

blackbird R/T wrote:

If you have the means to log over the OBD-II port you can watch what the short term and long-term fuel trims (STFT and TLFT) are doing. These are the corrections that the PCM is applying to add or remove fuel based on its O2 feedback. There are different cells (spots or ranges of correction) based on what MAP voltage level you're at and if it's above or below ~2k rpm's (as well as separate corrections for idle/decel).

New digital EFIE

Pinhead's picture

This new digital EFIE works in the same manner as Mike's O2ptimizer with regards to the oxygen sensor. However, I don't think you can buy the O2ptimizer separately from the HAFC kit; if you want to do your own thing, this would be the best way to tune your oxygen sensor. :D

http://www.fuelsaver-mpg.com/store/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPat...

Quote:

The Digital Dual EFIE Deluxe is the first of a new family of products that we have developed. These devices should now be used for all narrow band oxygen sensors that are upstream of the catalytic converter.

Post cat problems using pre cat efie

hygear's picture

I need some help solving a problem that I have regarding post cat sensors.

I recently installed an efie on my 05 Dodge Ram 5.7 hemi,and now have a problem after driving say 30 min.

06 Lexus IS350

unitedvisionary's picture

Has anyone actually tried it on this car?
I have the HAFC installed and Optimizer installed. Tried playing with the resistors with the decades box.
Will work for some minutes, then tunes itself back.
AFRs.

How do i fix this?

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