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:
Figure: ECU Manager with ECU Navigator
The ECU Navigator menu can also be unpinned to allow more area on the tuning desktop. To unpin the ECU navigator, click on the pin icon. This will then allow the ECU Navigator to retract whenever it is not being accessed. The ECU navigator will appear when the 'Alt' key is used or if the mouse is hovered over the ECU navigator button on the left hand panel.
Tuning Base Tables
Tuning Method Injection Time The fuel table contain the base injection time for the given load and RPM at which the engine is operating. The base fuel map has the greatest influence on the air/fuel (A/F) mixtures. With injection time tuning, you ...
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 ...
The Transient Throttle tables should be set up after the fuel and maps are correctly tuned for steady load running. Attempting to smooth out engine transients before the fuel maps have been optimised for steady state running may become confusing. ...
The Elite Software Programmer allows the user to setup multiple tuning pages, or tabs. These tuning pages can be configured individually and populated with displays. Tuning tabs To move between Tuning Pages, use the 'Tab' key or alternatively click ...
Tuning With No Load
You should also have the engine running at operating temperature before doing any tuning of the base maps. Go to the Engine Data Page at this point and check all the sensor inputs are reading correctly, and that the temperatures have stabilised ...