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    How to log with VAG COM.

    A great guide here for new VAG COM users:

    http://www.vaglinks.com/OBDII/Vag-co...d_Graphing.pdf

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    I saw this a while back - good doc!

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    Great find fella, do you know if i can do this with the shareware version?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wibble111 View Post
    Great find fella, do you know if i can do this with the shareware version?
    I believe the shareware version (409) will log from block 001 up to block 025. There are useful blocks for logging that will be out of your range with that, but you can still log air flow on block 002 and timing pull on block 020.
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    Good find Welly, very useful!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Welly View Post
    I believe the shareware version (409) will log from block 001 up to block 025. There are useful blocks for logging that will be out of your range with that, but you can still log air flow on block 002 and timing pull on block 020.
    thanks mate, do you know if theres a list somewhere of what the blocks actually do . e.g Block 002 Air Flow etc

    Thanks Darlington

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    Iv found a pretty good right up on the 1.8 which i thought would be worth sharing. Very good explanation on logging various codes and what the results mean.

    http://www.wikitt.org/wikiTT/images/...kers-Guide.pdf

    Obviously ment for the tt, but alot also applies to 8l s3/a3
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