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ecmlink101initialchecks [2010/01/02 06:29]
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 Once BoostEst is in the graph legend, double click it or right click on it and select BoostEst -> BoostEst preferences. ​ Enter your engine displacement (2.0L is the normal, stock value for our DSM motors) and your altitude then hit OK. Once BoostEst is in the graph legend, double click it or right click on it and select BoostEst -> BoostEst preferences. ​ Enter your engine displacement (2.0L is the normal, stock value for our DSM motors) and your altitude then hit OK.
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 === Versions 3.19.139 and later === === Versions 3.19.139 and later ===
-With the release of [[v3firmwarechangelog|version 3.19.139]], we have dramatically changed how AFRatioEst is configured. ​ If you have at least version 3.19.139 inside your ECU, you can ignore this entire section because the configuration of AFRatioEst is done for your automatically,​ inside the ECU.  You can check to see which version is inside your ECU by reading the "Check your current firmware version"​ section of [[v3firmwarehowto|this page]].+With the release of [[v3firmwarechangelog|version 3.19.139]] ​of our ECU firmware, we have dramatically changed how AFRatioEst is configured. ​ If you have at least version 3.19.139 inside your ECU, you can ignore this entire section because the configuration of AFRatioEst is done for your automatically,​ inside the ECU.  You can check to see which version is inside your ECU by reading the "Check your current firmware version"​ section of [[v3firmwarehowto|this page]].
  
 === Versions prior to 3.19.139 === === Versions prior to 3.19.139 ===
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