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Woolich Racing Tuned - AutoTune released


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I have just pushed out a new released (v1.0.52) with the first iteration of the WRT Autotune functionality. This is basically a complete re-write of the code and you will notice it is much faster than the AutoTune in ecueditor with some new functions like 3D graphing, and the ability to target MS0/MS1 and ABC maps etc etc..

It is only currently enabled for Gen2 busa while I work through any bugs etc. in the code. Once it has stabalized i will roll it out for various other models.

If you get a chance please download the latest version of WRT and take a look at the AutoTune function. Let me know what you think.

Some things that i plan to add shortly are

  1. Boost Fuel Tuning with Autotune
  2. Applying AutoTune changes to fuel - cylinder maps allowing factory offsets between cylinders to be maintained.

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Would love to see it enabled for the GSXR1000 but would have thought the second item in your future plans would be pretty crucial for most people.

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Ok, i have just pushed a new released that enabled autotune for GSXR 1000/750 and 600 as well as B-King models.

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hey justin do you have to use the new logbox to use auto tune? i did notice that the only option is to open a .wrl file.



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At the moment yes, i will be writing data logging to .wrl file for using a USB Interface next, this will allow you to use WRT Autotune with a USB Interface.



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are you going to add air shifter and 2 step to your prog.


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Yes absolutely, as well as support for Boost Fuel and Nitrous and quickshifter etc etc. I have been concentrating on the AutoTune for a little while as it is pretty essential for me to get this working well as it forms the basis of what Woolich Racing's products do ;)

Cheers

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cool I will keep using ee for now Thanks Wayne

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Justin I keep getting this error when trying to update.
"Error trying to save file: Could not download "http://www.WoolichRacing.com/tuned/updates/woolichracingtuned.all.to.1.0.54.wyu" - a web page was returned from the web server."

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Justin I keep getting this error when trying to update.
"Error trying to save file: Could not download "http://www.WoolichRacing.com/tuned/updates/woolichracingtuned.all.to.1.0.54.wyu" - a web page was returned from the web server."


 I have not seen that error before, you may have to uninstall then reinstall the software and it should update ok, all your settings should be retained.



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I love it.

Im very glad it can automatically tune MS0 and MS1...was a big mission in EE2 especially cause you had to keep it in one mode and then ride around and then try and remember whicfiles were for which MS.

Works great. Only thing I stil use EE2 for is to setup Shifter and Rev limiters but thats easy enough. I created a new file with EE2, setup shifter and limiters, saved it and now using only WRT for all tuning.

As I said to my wife "Justin is a F...ing genius!!!

You did a great Job

eds



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Hi justin
Will my logbox work with the earlier Gixxers such as K7 600 and K6 1000?
If so, do I need a different interface cable?
Cheers
Wayne

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Thanks for your kind comments Ed :) still some work to do but it is coming along well, great to hear you are getting use out of things like MS0/MS1 tuning ;)



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Chipwizard wrote:

Hi justin
Will my logbox work with the earlier Gixxers such as K7 600 and K6 1000?
If so, do I need a different interface cable?
Cheers
Wayne


Your log box will work with all of the bin files and models that we currently sell, it will allow you to flash and read engine data, and the data logging function will work as well as the SDS protocol is pretty standard. However there is currently no way to feed a wideband o2 sensor into the older ecu's so you will not be able to use the .wrl files for tuning ;)



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I have not hooked up the switch for ms0/ms1 was doing it this weekend ,so to auto tune them I just have to have the switch on ms0 or ms1 and it will data log to which one I am using?

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wayne wrote:

I have not hooked up the switch for ms0/ms1 was doing it this weekend ,so to auto tune them I just have to have the switch on ms0 or ms1 and it will data log to which one I am using?


 Correct. I use my kill switch to switch between ms0 and ms1 while riding and logging. Even switching it over as many times as I like and the autotune in WRT automatically knows which data is for which map and works flawlessly!! Thats why I said JW is a genius!!!



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cool I will hook it up this weekend that way I can use it at the track

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Just looked at it...Nice work Justin...


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Just looked at it...Nice work Justin...


 Thanks Marc :)



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Looking good Justin.

Is the Neutral Limiter actually programmed in for GEN1 Hayabusa?


Might be beneficial to be able to enter a value for the cells as well as being able use a modification value, i.e. being able to type in 28 for a group of cells in ignition, 50 for an injector balance, or 100 for STP opening, etc.

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Looking good Justin.

Is the Neutral Limiter actually programmed in for GEN1 Hayabusa?


Might be beneficial to be able to enter a value for the cells as well as being able use a modification value, i.e. being able to type in 28 for a group of cells in ignition, 50 for an injector balance, or 100 for STP opening, etc.


 Hi John

I have not personally tested the neurtal limiter, the code looks the same as in other Suzuki ecu's so i am assuming it works the same?!?!

You can enter a value across a range of cells by selecting the cells and press ctrl + s, enter the new value and all the cells will be updated with the same value.

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You can enter a value across a range of cells by selecting the cells and press ctrl + s, enter the new value and all the cells will be updated with the same value.



 Good to know. This will be helpful, especially for usig ECU's on non-native / unconventional  platforms as the maps can sometimes be quite far off.

 

I'll have to go fins a GEN1 busa to test the neutral limiter function on.

John



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Ok cool, let me know how it goes John

Cheers

-Justin.



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This is not auto tune related either, but the stock .bin fle for a GEN2 busa is shoeing 30.7 degrees timing at the high load, high RPM positions. EE had it at 34 degrees.

I run high boost turbo applications at 30degres timing (~4 degrees removed form "stock")

Is the timing calculation different for WRT as compared to EE?

 

 

 

 

I just confirmed a "New" Gen2 .bin from EE is different than a "New" GEN2 (15H10) .bin in WRT, at least for ignition values.



-- Edited by sportbikeryder on Sunday 9th of December 2012 02:11:54 PM

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jkwool wrote:
sportbikeryder wrote:

Is the Neutral Limiter actually programmed in for GEN1 Hayabusa?

 

The neutral limiter works well on a Gen1. I also noticed the timing maps are slightly different in the low range. I am using WR ignition map and it seems to have smoothed out cruising areas on the Gen1.



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sportbikeryder wrote:

This is not auto tune related either, but the stock .bin fle for a GEN2 busa is shoeing 30.7 degrees timing at the high load, high RPM positions. EE had it at 34 degrees.

I run high boost turbo applications at 30degres timing (~4 degrees removed form "stock")

Is the timing calculation different for WRT as compared to EE?


 Hi John

I just checked on the ignition values in WRT and ecueditor, ecueditor unifies the ignition maps to Gear Group 1 and Cylinder 2, if you take a look at the values in WRT for Gear Group 1 and Cylinder 2 they are the same as the unified Ignition map in ecueditor.

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jkwool wrote:

 Hi John

I just checked on the ignition values in WRT and ecueditor, ecueditor unifies the ignition maps to Gear Group 1 and Cylinder 2, if you take a look at the values in WRT for Gear Group 1 and Cylinder 2 they are the same as the unified Ignition map in ecueditor.

Cheers

-Justin.


 Thanks Justin. Now that you mention it, I see that. seems WRT is using G1Cyl1 settings when unified.

May be worth noting the difference as it may cause some issues for some making the transition from EE to WRT. Aternatively it may be benefcial to modify the strategy in WRT to be G1Cyl2?

 

Either way, I would recommend adding in a note beside the Unify Cylinder Maps stating which maps will be used. That said, I guess it all goes out in the wash once one starts to modify the maps as it no longer matters what it started as.    Hmmm...



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 Thanks Justin. Now that you mention it, I see that. seems WRT is using G1Cyl1 settings when unified.

May be worth noting the difference as it may cause some issues for some making the transition from EE to WRT. Aternatively it may be benefcial to modify the strategy in WRT to be G1Cyl2?

 

Either way, I would recommend adding in a note beside the Unify Cylinder Maps stating which maps will be used. That said, I guess it all goes out in the wash once one starts to modify the maps as it no longer matters what it started as.    Hmmm...


 Hi John, i plan to write a wizard that allows you to choose which map to use as your unify base map, so you will be able to have full control over the starting point ;)



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Just a quick question when using WRT the first time with autotune; should you reflash to a stock bin and tune from there or use your own bin from ECU editor ? Does it make any difference which you use ? Thanks. Awesome work Justin and happy holidays to all !

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There is no reason you cant just continue with your bin file created in ecueditor, they should be compatibility between the ecueditor and Woolich Racing Tuned. There have been some minor changes to the way autotune works but these changes should improve the results :)



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I know in EE2 " "% Map Change" radio button, this map displays suggested values to use to modify your fuel maps to improve the tune of your bike, you are able to adjust the values by typing directly into the cells if you are not happy with the suggested values." Is this still the same in the woolich software? I cant seem to adjust any number in the Auto tune.

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