MoTeC M1 Software Tutorial: Marked Sites
When you are tuning any table in the M1, it’s handy to be able to keep track of which cells you have already visited and calibrated.
M1 Tune uses site marking to let you know which sites have been altered.
Any time you make a change to a number, the site will be marked with a red diamond.
This lets you know which cells have been altered, but also reminds you that the changes have not yet been stored in the ECU.
Once the changes have been stored by pressing ‘Control’ and ‘S’, the diamonds will disappear.
If you tune a site while the engine is operating centered on this site, the site will be marked with a black square to indicate this site has been tuned.
You can also manually mark a site as tuned by pressing the ‘Backspace’ key.
Since sites marked with a black square are considered to be tuned, the interpolate or smooth functions will ignore them, making no alterations.