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Old 12-31-2013, 02:58 PM
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Hello all! Need some input from fellow users of dash command on what values they put into the vehicle information screen. Specifically the following under vehicle advanced settings:



My BMW is a 2002 325i Sedan


Brake specific fuel consumption

Volumetric efficiency

MAF pid

Map pid

Lambada actual pid

Lambada commanded pid

Drag coefficients

Frontal area

Shift point

Speed correctionm



The rest are easy. I googled these items but results came back very muddy on specifics. What are your set up values?


Joseph


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download manual from here this link that help you little-bit
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