By default, one cell will always be selected in the tuning table. The selected cell is blue in colour and can be moved around the tuning table by using the 'Arrow' keys.
If required, multiple cells can be selected, by holding down the 'Shift' key, then any arrow key.
Up — Will expand the selected cell(s) up the tuning table.
Down — Will expand the selected cell/s down the tuning table.
Left — Will expand the selected cell/s left in the tuning table.
Right — Will expand the selected cell/s right in the tuning table.
Ctrl A — Will select all cells in the tuning table.
When multiple cells are selected, cell operations will be applied to all cells.
The text view table with a 4 x 3 cell selection
The text view table with all cells selected
Deselecting cells can be done by holding down the 'Ctrl' key, then any arrow key. For example, pressing 'Ctrl Right' will reduce the selected area by one column, by deselecting the far left column. 'Ctrl SPACE'— Will deselect all cells in the tuning ...
Mapping an Engine
Mapping the engine involves filling the look-up tables with the correct values for your engine. The tables are calibrated for an engine by adjusting the values of the cells within the tables. WARNING Driving a vehicle over time, on poorly tuned maps ...
Selecting Tuning Tables
The ECU navigator allows quick access to all tuning tables. The currently view tuning table can be changed at any time by the following methods: Click on the desired table using the left mouse button. or Use 'Alt' with the 'up' and 'down' keys to ...
Modifying Tuning Tables
WARNING: When tuning an engine, especially under load, it is advisable to have an indication of the Air-fuel ratio at which the engine is running. It is recommended that a wide-band oxygen sensor be used for this since it displays the Air-Fuel ratio ...
Increasing and decreasing cell value
Once a cell selection has been made, its value can then be changed. The following is how cell values can be changed. Cell values can be increased by using the 'Page Up' key. Cell values can be decreased by using the 'Page Down' key. If smaller ...