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21 Nov 2021 07:26 #52710 by gtvmanu
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What softwares do you use in your everyday diag job (except the basics : cars database, scope or OBD softwares) ?

It could be engine calculator (timing, displacement, volume efficiency) or Lambda air/fuel ratio meter or unit converter etc ... ?

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25 Nov 2021 15:24 #52769 by Tyler
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I've been making use of the unit conversion app within the HP Tuners VCM Suite for awhile now. Google is fast, but I've found this to be pretty convenient.



I also make use of the timing calculator in ETO. Very handy when doing in-cylinder or pressure pulse waveforms:



The ATG VE calculator is always handy if I have a question about engine breathing:

atgtraining.com/atg-volumetric-efficiency-calculator/
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Yesterday 04:21 #52774 by gtvmanu
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Thanks @Tyler

As you said here : www.scannerdanner.com/forum/diagnostic-t...veform-overlays.html

there is the free pressure waveform overlay : www.microsoft.com/en-us/p/pressure-wavef...ab=pivot:overviewtab

Nice software tools also here : driveabilityguys.com/software-and-tools
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