You can change the fuel parameter on any version of the SuperMID. The fuel parameter is used to calculate the fuel used and the FE. What you cannot change is the constant that is used to calculate the instantaneous FE. That is fixed in all versions and requires a code change.
Yay, I understand, wanna help me figure out how to change it so I can run cx 190cc injectors? If I can I have my current injectors sold, which will pay for my integra cluster, which I need for the electronic vss, which I need for the MID.
Yoshi just copied me on his response to your email. Just use the 14005 number that he said. But here is the funny part. Your instantaneous will be off again, and in fact, the original code would have given you a good instantaneous reading on 190cc injectors.
So here is the plan. You send me the updated chip and I will send you my original chip. That will solve both of our problems. Save the other updated chip for someone else who needs a SuperMID for Honda 240cc injectors.
Okay, that's perfectly fine since the instantaneous isn't working at the moment, so I won't be missing anything. I'll send your chip and an ecu chip tomorrow when I send out some sensors and chips and suchness. I'm glad it'll work out though, I'm kinda in need of that cluster,
I have strayed - today I had a friend pay for my gas as I have been checking his drydocked boat all winter and driving him around for the past few days to get his boats in order and I filled it to spilling on the ground with SHELL - what was I thinking! Anyway will see how it burns when the rain stops but for now it seems to get me a little less mpg. I also wound out second gear to about 6000rpm with the pedal to the floor . . . goes pretty good! Seems the ScanGauge doesn't keep up with the analog tach?? Also the ScanGauge fuel used current tank was a bit different that actual again so I adjusted it back to 9% from 8.l%
Filled up early with 93 octane to see if I can keep the WAI. 34.7 MPG on 4.5 gal. I'm pretty happy with this tank, my mph avg was 27 which is quite a bit lower than usual. It included lot of city driving and a day my wife drove it, which is a FE killer..
smash some records on the way to school and back! No one was behind me all this time whoo!
I will post my stats to school today and to home: (all data thanks to scangauge)
4.2 LPK (55.3 MPG US)
.4 L consumed (.1 Gallons)
8.7 KM drive (5.4 miles)
2654 RPM MAX
.2 hour drive (12 minutes)
55 km/h MAX speed (34 mph)
33 km/h AVERAGE speed (20 mph)
4 stop signs
9 traffic lights
made it through 7 out of 9
2 1st gear starting out.
6 engine off attempts
5 bump starts
1 key start (because i messed up a bump start, no momentum left = no bumping)
now going home i took a different route home that allowed me to travel more downhills
4.1 LPK (56.6 MPG)
.4 L consumed (.1 gallons)
8.5 KM distance (5.3 miles)
2597 RPM MAX
.2 h drive (12 minutes)
30 mph (63 km/h) max
20 mph (32 km/h) average
1 stop sign
6 out of 9 lights making it through without stopping
3 1st gear starts
5 engine off attempts
3 bump starts
2 key starts
man if only i was mechanically challeneged.......... BLEHHHHHHHHH but before my trip i did check my pressures and adjusted them for 61 front and 59 rear. Maybe the front bias gave me the edge who knows :O
60 mpg here i come!!!!!!!
If your reading this, then good for you, your saving some gas because your here.
WAAAA My left rear had 30psi in it the others are 37.6-36.5psi looks like I have a leak at 4325 miles WAAAAA! Pumped them back up to 38.0 front and 37.5 rear - wondered why my mileage was dropping a little and the ride seems softer.
I have a really stiff suspension and I don't think I want to ride on that hard of a tire - they were at 42 when I got it new - but I will see what happens when I increase them and lower them when I next check the left rear tire for a leak. I may have a nail in it they are replacing the slate roof next door.