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Old Apr 25, 2017, 07:52 PM
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Evoscan data displaying on graphs

Finally got my hardware sorted so I can log the WBO2 and the MAP sensor, yet Evoscan doesnt display the boost signal on the AFR map when doing power runs, it only shows AFR. I tried logging both JDM MAP, and Boost (MAP), neither show up on the graph when doing power runs, yet it logs them fine. Well, sort of fine, usually the psi reading is about 2psi below what the gauge displays.

Is there a way to display data as like a line graph over time, say I wanted to watch RPM/Boost/WBO2/WGDC on a graph. Or do I have to do something with excel?

Im not a pro with Evoscan, theres probably ways to do all this, I just dont know how.
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Megalog Viewer is a great free software to do just that. It is compatible with different management systems too. The HD version is well worth the price.
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Originally Posted by Tsi2Evo6 View Post
Megalog Viewer is a great free software to do just that. It is compatible with different management systems too. The HD version is well worth the price.
Was gonna say the same thing it's a amazing process and we'll worth the money
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