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Old 03-18-2015, 05:42 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by P-hack View Post
Sorry I keep asking, any chance you have the original data in log file format?
i.e. just a log of tps/rpm/power/vac/bsfc/anything else?

that would be much easier to process in a script to sort it into a bfc-style chart.
the log files are massive. um im not sure how to send it over. they record about 20 different parameters per line and about 10 of those lines per second.

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Originally Posted by cptsideways View Post
Interesting stuff

I noticed on the new Mazda2 (just launched) it has an electronic throttle body, it fairly obviously changes the throttle position at various RPM's when under full load at low rpm. I guess to maximise BFSC. So a mappable throttle body might be an easy way of achieving the ideal eco results.
yes but this is the measurement of throttle and not accelerator pedal angle and yes this car is equipped with drive-by-wire.
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