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Hello, can we get an update to be able to edit/make use of the redundant columns for more DBW resolution? And edit the rows for higher than 7k RPM?
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Sorry, no. For legal reasons we don't allow the indexes to be altered.
So what would happen with higher RPM? reference 7k row?
I totally understand from a legal standpoint why you would want to lock these columns/rows. My issue/questions are I have a custom fabricated extremely short and larger dia runner intake manifold with 5mm lager (R18) TB for the time being over stock, The added 3 columns of resolution may afford smoother off idle/low RPM drivability. I have a J35 (62mm I.D.) TB which I was planning to run but the low speed drivability will become worse I fear. Additionally the Rotrex C15-60 with the current sized pulley and crank pulley I calculated I can spin to 7200 RPM (Rotrex maximum impeller speed) in my application. Currently I have rev limiter set to 6900 RPM. I will need to upgrade the MAP sensor to Hondata 4BAR but want to make sure as far as the flashpro software goes, I won't run into issues in the tables to rev to 7200 RPM?
Logically the software will reference the 7000 RPM row for any RPM above it, just looking for clarification from Hondata.
It will use the last column until you hit the rev limit.