why would you need to change the hard coding for the LPFP unless youre trying to drive an auxilery + OEM. The PWM needs to be retained due to how bosch engineered the flow dynamics of the fueling system.
We have been having success with boost by gear via a stand alone controller.... not ideal, but it achieves the same effect. Load building can also be achieved with timing and ignition modifications, and its not as hard on your coilpacks.
I am fully aware that this software is not as good as hondata or other standalones/piggybacks, but with the proper knowledge of sensors, bosch systems, and fluid dynamics... the same end result can be had.
John is going further then most of us have before in terms of deconstruction of maps, and rewriting tables.... and that should be commended, but once most of these tables are defined, and they have been, there isnt really a need, unless you are writing out functionality or evap crap.
The point of my post was so people didnt think that this process cant be reproduced 90% without writing hex. There are ways to still do it, even if you consider them 'workarounds'.
also, what times are you looking to run and wheres the state of your car? I just got mine back together from a keyway failure.