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Old 09-12-2013, 05:04 PM
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Default ISTA and E-SYS data

I ma a little bit confused. I used to code with DIS and old GT1therefore I need to reapply studing.
I am willing to use E-SYS that looks pretty easy to use but I wonder if the E-SYS data are the same used by ISTA or not.
So far I am thinking they use different data? Am i correct?
Which one is the most updated to code an F25 car?
I found the PSdzdata 47.5 for E-sys...

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Old 06-16-2014, 10:45 PM
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I've been using E-SYS on my F012 and it seems pretty strait forward. Like anything, you need to take the time with things and learn the correct way to do them.

I've personally never had any experience with the other tool you mentioned.
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