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Name : Aaron
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PostSubject: Tiny Tuner Editor   Thu Feb 03, 2011 10:47 am

This has been around for a little while, but I haven't used it yet. However, a friend of mine has. He showed it to me and so far I'm amazed at what it can do! Much, much, much more parameter coverage than HPT, and you can use it with DHP PowrTuner. smile

If this can be shown to work with a Riviera BIN (it should), owners of DHP can feel more comfortable knowing those who spent more on HPT software really didn't get any more tuning parameters - you actually get the same capability when you use TTEditor + DHP or TTEditor + HPT.

I plan to try it out sometime in the future, but not much time for it right now - so if anyone wants to give it a run, good luck!

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PostSubject: Re: Tiny Tuner Editor   Fri Feb 04, 2011 12:35 am

I used this software a little bit on my car. It definitely has more editables than the DHP and HPT software does. AFAIK you cannot use HPtuners to upload bin files created by tinytuner though. It has problems resolving the license keys and stuff from bin files sometimes. You can look at exported txt tables from hpt with it but basically if you have HPT, you're stuck with HPT software. I'd be happier than a fag in jail if someone shows me that I'm wrong about that though.
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