Tweecer MAF Transfer

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Ok Tweecer peeps, I got the drivers working on a Windows7 32bit VM and everything connects properly. I loaded caledit and opened the X2J_Josh file and loaded the Mark7 MAF via the MAF Transfer function and then saved it as X2J_Josh_w_80mmMAF. Now i should be able to program the tweecer and then attach it to the PCM and be ready to go correct? I will still need to tune but this should get me going with the 80mm MAF, am i right?
 

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I have an issue. I am using a standard telephone cable for the selector cable and when i try to write to different areas on the tweecer by selecting either 1 thru 4 on the selector and selecting read or write to tweecer in caledit, it always seems to write to the same memory location on the tweecer irregardless of what i set the the selector to. Even if i remove the selector completely, it acts the same.

Am i thinking this wrong? I am under the impression that i can write to tweecer with my config on 1 of 4 memory locations on the tweecer by selecting the location i want on the selector and then writing to tweecer. My goal is to flash stock x2j to number 1 and then stockX2J+MAF to number2. Then when i plug the tweecer to the ECU, i can select 1 thru 4 on the selector.
 

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I can't answer on the cable, though I have a TwEEcer here... I believe. If you're able to write and use one slot, I'd press with that and contact the guys at TwEEcer for a cable... Or at least a pin-out.

If you have that one slot, you can load the transfer function, and press.
 

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Jason,

Hey bud. I'm emailed you the other day.
I haven't been able to pull up tweecer.com, not sure if their site is down or my DNS is bad.

Just trying to get this all together and ready to go.
Any chance you can take a pic of the connectors for me, if you have em.

Yeah, it does look i can save into a slot on the tweecer and i will be doing this in the meantime for functionality but i just wanted to get it working as expected.

My plan was the following;

1) Factory X2J Josh Tune
2) Factory X2J Josh Tune with Mark7 80mm MAF
3) Custom Tune 93 Power Factory MAF
4) Custom Tune 93 Power with Mark7 80mm MAF
5) OFF - 1990 EEC TUNE L0S

Right now i have the [Factory X2J Josh Tune with Mark7 80mm MAF] tune in whatever slot it decided to write to- ready to go

I still have a bit to do. Weld a bung, wire in the wide-band

I will get there.

Thanks
 

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I didn't look at your signature on the first post... Yes, I remember your email. :)

I'll look for it when I get home. If I don't have it, I know who's possession it is on
 

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