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    Thread: Lemmiwinks: The guide

    1. 10-05-2004 10:24 AM #51
      already tried using VPC to run lemmiwinks...no luck...usb to serial adapter used...decided to spend $300 on ebay for a decent pc laptop to make sure i could use lemmiwinks and vag-com

    2. 10-05-2004 10:25 AM #52
      Does the Lemmiwinks hack work on motronic 3 ECUs as well (AGU, AEB I think)? Does anyone have any idea? Alan(27psiboom), have you tried it? I wouldn't mind adding 10degrees of retard to my setup.
      Speedy G

    3. 10-05-2004 10:59 AM #53
      Darn... there's no data on vortex about motronic 3 adaptation... Alan, it looks like we'll have to investigate...
      Speedy G

    4. 10-05-2004 11:25 AM #54
      Speedy there as some good and bad news, the bad news is that we can't use Lemmiwinks on our cars, even disconnecting the intrument cluster fuse, well at least with my HEX-COM with USB adapter.
      The good news is that we CAN change adaptation channels with VAG-COM but with some limits, log ENGINE -> ADAPTATION, the channels that AEB and AGU engines have are the same as those shown on Lemmiwinks screenshot, at least they look like them.
      I adjusted start up fuel enrich to a lower value, warm up fuel enrich to smooth the idle on the morning, raised the speed limitir 30km/hr, lowered primary fuel tweek to match my fuel trims, lowered fuel tweak increasing loads to get a leaner mix up top and decreased timing offset by 10 points (don't know how much is it in degrees) so it's gonna be a trial and error procedure until we get this sorted out.
      Looks like the car runs much smother now no VAG-COM logs yet though, give it a try and let me know [IMG]http://**********************/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG]


      Modified by 27psiBoom at 4:29 PM 10-5-2004

    5. 10-05-2004 11:43 AM #55
      Very cool! I'll give it a try. The timing is really the critical part since almost everything else can be adjusted physically, and the 3.25" MAF housing really advances timing.
      Speedy G

    6. 10-05-2004 12:37 PM #56
      let me know how it works, log timing before and after adjust channel 09. [IMG]http://**********************/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG]

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      10-12-2004 08:52 PM #57
      Has anyone used channel 12 to actually turn up the boost on a chipped car? Any success, or can it only be used to turn down the boost?
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      10-12-2004 09:09 PM #58
      0-100% -- you can only lower it(unless for some unknown reason yours isnt' set at 100% from the beginnning.
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      10-12-2004 09:12 PM #59
      Quote, originally posted by haenszel »
      0-100% -- you can only lower it(unless for some unknown reason yours isnt' set at 100% from the beginnning.

      Thank you sir
      Perhaps that should be at the top of the guide
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    10. 10-12-2004 11:38 PM #60
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      Primary and Secondary fuel tweaks should only be used to bring your fuel trims back to 0.0 They do richen and lean the mixture but your ECU will try to adapt so they are truly only useful for bring trims back to 0 or adjusting the mixture and staying within the limits of plus or minus 10% .
      Example, lets say you unplug your MAF and drive your car around for 50 minutes to let the ECU adapt out the richness. Lets say your trims end up at -9% and -18% (typical). You can use the primary fuel tweak to correct the off idle trim by lowering it 18% then resetting your ECU.
      On the above example you could lower your secondary 9% to bring the idle trim down to 0 as well.

      Interesting. were you able to tune enough to get a relatively flat and consistent A/F curve with Lemmiwinks?

    11. 10-14-2004 04:07 AM #61
      i need help. sorry for my english
      i have 0,7 and -7,8 in block 32
      how values can i change in lemmi?
      primary?? how??
      secondary?? how??
      thanks for help

    12. 10-14-2004 04:32 AM #62
      has anyone ever tried to use this with a hard wired neuspeed chip? we tried it on my friends car and when trying to connect, it came up w/ the dialog "Har Har Har Har...", i figured it was because lemmiwinks cant communicate with it, what do you guys think, if this has been asked before, forgive me

    13. 10-14-2004 10:53 AM #63
      hmm the ole pirate respose.....

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      10-14-2004 11:08 AM #64
      Sometimes I get a "Hey... NAK NAK NAK" error message. If you try to connect again and it doesn't go, usually switching the igntion off and then on again will fix it. If this doesn't work then something you are trying to do is not compatible.

    15. 10-14-2004 11:12 AM #65
      I think ch 12 SEL (turbo cars only)
      means... Secondary Enrichment Level
      like when boost comes on.

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      10-14-2004 11:18 AM #66
      Quote, originally posted by ::..BoraXTC..:: »
      I think ch 12 SEL (turbo cars only)
      means... Secondary Enrichment Level
      like when boost comes on.

      i would agree... it would make sense that it's talking about the enrichment off the map sensor (in boost) instead of the MAF

    17. 10-14-2004 12:46 PM #67
      Quote, originally posted by BMFJETTA »
      hmm the ole pirate respose.....

      Quote, originally posted by 4ceFed4 »
      Sometimes I get a "Hey... NAK NAK NAK" error message. If you try to connect again and it doesn't go, usually switching the igntion off and then on again will fix it. If this doesn't work then something you are trying to do is not compatible.

      oh, thats the message, it was a couple weeks ago.. my brain is failing me lol, he has the HEX-USB, and got the software port converter so its seen as a serial connection, ill tell him about the ignition on and then off again, he problem couldn't be with it being an actual 'chip' and not software flash? anyone know if neuspeed does something different so that those fields cant be accessed?

    18. 10-14-2004 06:25 PM #68
      sorry for the noob question, but i currently have REVO software and the SPS3, where can i get Lemmiwinks for my car and other than the software i guess i would need a connector for my laptop... where would i get that?

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    20. 10-14-2004 06:36 PM #70
      Quote, originally posted by Blue.Jester.02Gti »
      ross-tech

      so i would need the entire Ross-Tech software/hardware for around $200 and then download the Lemmiwinks program in order to change adaptation values?

    21. 10-16-2004 01:08 AM #71
      just buy the enthusiast cable for around 250 and you should be set, you get a vag at the same time its nice.
      by the way will lemiwinks work on and chip? or are ther some chips that it reacts to?

    22. 10-16-2004 02:17 AM #72
      hmm I was testing lemmiwinks, Vtune and the old version of vagcom with the cheap obd2 cable I bought from egay, hmmm everything works, I can change stuffs in lemmiwinks & vtune, it sucks though with the vagcom, I think I'll buy the real thing, but for now it's looking great.

    23. 10-16-2004 05:22 PM #73
      Hi, I was wondering for an exhaust that is backfiring when you leave off the throttle do you adjust " Ch03 : Fuel Tweak (Accel Pump); Decreasing Loads" up or down to minimize the backfiring? Example 115% or 85%???
      I also checked block 032 and it shows +1 and -3.1. Does that mean that I use "Ch08 : Secondary Fuel Tweak" and put in the value of 101% and for "Ch10 : Primary Fuel Tweak" put in the value of -3.1% to even out the trims???
      Thanks for any help.

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      10-17-2004 07:36 AM #74
      Quote, originally posted by IbizaFR Greece »
      I also checked block 032 and it shows +1 and -3.1. Does that mean that I use "Ch08 : Secondary Fuel Tweak" and put in the value of 101% and for "Ch10 : Primary Fuel Tweak" put in the value of -3.1% to even out the trims???

      It all depends on when the last time you reset your ECU or cleared codes. +1 and -3.1 is pretty good for long term fuel trim. Last I checked, mine wars -0.4% and +2.x%
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    25. 10-17-2004 12:39 PM #75
      Only use Lemmiwinks if your fuel trims are out of range...

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