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Intune Questions

Discussion in 'Programmers & Tuning' started by PantheraUncia, Aug 24, 2012.

  1. PantheraUncia

    PantheraUncia New Member

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    I looked over the new Diablo Sport website and like the changes.

    I went to the forums to look up how to setup the AFM on the intune and got lost. I also guess there are other parameters that I would like to record to. Like MPG's. The computer in my truck is pre - MPG's recording and I assume there is some way to calculate this with the data from the Intune?

    There are android and iphone apps that will record MPG on my truck.

    What are some other popular things to record and where is a forum on how to setup the Intune to record them?
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    06MonteSS New Member

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    no, the tools do not show or calculate the MPG's...
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    PantheraUncia New Member

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    Hi Lew,

    what is the exact procedure for locking down the parameter's I want to log on the intune itself?(where you get the * showing that it is a PID that is being recorded).

    It is so much easier with the windows software, but I am having so much trouble with the data view logging for a few minutes and then wanting to save the file, its not good and that data view needs to be fixed.
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    most of the parameters you need to log are already preselected when you go into the data logging function... so you should be able to just go into the data logging, and start recording... no need to go through and select/find other parameters...

    but if you want to play around with it anyway, download the full intune users manual - and check out the data logging info about how to do all that stuff...it can show/explain it better than I can probably...

    http://diablosport.com/manualFiles/inTune_Comp_User_Manual.pdf
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