Tuning calculator

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Tuning calculator

Postby rogy27 » Wed Feb 10, 2021 5:12 pm

Hello,

me and my friend are creating free web tuning calculator. Calculator is for now most suitable for VAG EDC15, but we are working to improve it so it could be used also for other brands and ECUs. Because it is still in developing stages any suggestions and opinions are welcome.
Link to calculator: https://theorytuningcalc.com/

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Re: Tuning calculator

Postby capske » Wed Apr 28, 2021 12:52 pm

Hi Roggy,

Looks very nice kudos...
But I think to calculate the end of injection you also need the given Rpm.
An engine cycle at 4000 Rpm wil take less time than at 2000 Rpm.

So 1000 microseconds wil mean more crs° at 4000 Rpm then at 2000rpm

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Re: Tuning calculator

Postby danparry » Sat Aug 21, 2021 9:15 pm

How do you get the offset to be able to understand the data?

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Re: Tuning calculator

Postby Ninu » Mon Sep 20, 2021 12:33 am

Great, is like an edcsuite???

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Re: Tuning calculator

Postby rogy27 » Thu Oct 07, 2021 5:21 pm

capske wrote:Hi Roggy,

Looks very nice kudos...
But I think to calculate the end of injection you also need the given Rpm.
An engine cycle at 4000 Rpm wil take less time than at 2000 Rpm.

So 1000 microseconds wil mean more crs° at 4000 Rpm then at 2000rpm


Thanks for the comment.Yes, I agree that an engine cycle will take less time at higher RPMs,but with this calculator you only make calculations with specific RPMs, you don't change RPMs during calculation. If you start calculations with 4000 rpm, you also end with 4000 rpm.

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Re: Tuning calculator

Postby rogy27 » Thu Oct 07, 2021 5:22 pm

danparry wrote:How do you get the offset to be able to understand the data?


What offset do you mean? In my opinion you don't need any offset in this calculator.

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Re: Tuning calculator

Postby rogy27 » Thu Oct 07, 2021 5:28 pm

Ninu wrote:Great, is like an edcsuite???


Thanks. No, edcsuite is more sophisticated program. With this calculator you can just self check how much power will you get with specific fuel amount, how much charge pressure do you need,...

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