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SManager V1.4.1

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V1.4.1 (11 March 2009)

• Moved application files to user's local data directory to stop Vista Virtualization
• Added datalog and error code prompts.
• Added option to disable the screen saver when datalogging.
• Added ignition retard to strain gauge based full throttle shift.
• Added the option to force the radiator fan on at a temperature.
• Added maximum speed to nitrous conditions.
• Fixed AC switch increasing idle speed when AC switch used for other purposes.

Unfortunately we have had to move some of the file locations around to keep Vista happy. More information on file virtualization can be found in the help file
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Post by FreshDA9 »

Thank you for the radiator fan control and im hoping to use the strain gauge here in the future. on another thread in here i herd someone talking about a speed limiter option i think this would be a great feature to add.
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Post by Silverbeast »

Thank you... Vista with UAC turned on was a PITA to tune with.
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Post by DOHCAccord »

Thank you.
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Post by V-Spec race development »

thank you sir.
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Post by turbotypeR »

thank you thank you thank you! for the strain gauge feature!
sorry i kept buggin you about it.
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Post by turbotypeR »

I did have one question though. I assume the retard is not like on/off? Does it come back on full blast, or gradually? If it comes back in full blast it will still hit hard.
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It is a timed retard, then a return to full ignition timing. If you want it to ramp back to full timing, can you provide details of the retard duration, amount and rate of change?
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Post by turbotypeR »

I was just thinking that it could have the same adjustments as it does now, retard and duration of the retard, and then add a duration of the ramp to full timing. Then the timing could ramp back in based on time. The longer the duration, the longer the ramp back to full timing. Does that make sense, or seem like something doable?
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Post by Hondata »

Seems reasonable. I'll add it to the list.
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Post by RedR »

can´t get the fan to work based on the coolant temperature i want it to start....am i missing something?
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Post by Spunkster »

Is the fanc output wired to the fan relay?
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Hondata wrote:Seems reasonable. I'll add it to the list.
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Post by RedR »

nah i havent wired it, but i assumed this would work like in the k-pro and it doesnt require any wiring
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Post by Spunkster »

Depending on the car it may require additional wiring.
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