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Old 07-05-2011, 08:11 PM
Reaper Reaper is offline
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Hey I just bought a used Powerlogger and the guy did not have the CD. I looked on FT's site for the drivers for windows XP but they are not there.AMD64 and i386 are the only drivers in the driver folder from FT.

Can some one send me a copy of the drivers for Windows XP?

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Old 07-06-2011, 01:23 PM
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the latest drivers posted will work for all versions of Windows.

direct the driver wizard to the 'drivers' folder, and the wizard will figure out what files to install.

Bob
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Old 07-07-2011, 11:52 AM
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Thanks Bob that worked..

Also I have been looking and can't find anything on Tuning.My build it in my Sig. I just got the Powerlogger installed. I haven't made a pass yet just played it to see if everything works..Do you have a link on how to tune and how to read the PL readout? I know how to save the file and go back and review it I'm just not sure really what I am reviewing.I even tried looking on Youtube for a video on the PL and how to tune with it and couldn't find anything.

My car is a Daily Drive.I'm running 24 lbs boost and have the alky on 5 1/2.The car is fast as hell and pulls hard.I am just wanting know everything I can about my car and the tuning aspect of it.

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Old 07-11-2011, 10:17 PM
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post a log and we can look it over.

At WOT you are concerned with Air/Fuel ratio. Without a wideband, you have to rely on the O2 voltage from the stock sensor. Make sure it stays above 750 - 800, the lower the octane, the higher you want it.

When on boost you want the knock retard to live at 0. With marginal octane you will see some spikes in the knock retard at the shiftpoints, but no knock is the target.

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