Can I configure HLT with this AIM Solo ECU Config information?

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Can I configure HLT with this AIM Solo ECU Config information?

Post by anthonymckay » Sun Dec 09, 2018 7:24 pm

I track a 2012 Lamborghini LP570-4 and I've been looking for whatever info I can on ECU configuration for HLT so that I can capture things like brake pressure and such from my Kiwi3. I came across this information from AIM for configuring my car with their data logger. Would any of this be useful to help me configure HLT to better support my Lamborghini?

https://www.aim-sportline.com/download/ ... 03_eng.pdf
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Re: Can I configure HLT with this AIM Solo ECU Config information?

Post by Harry » Sun Dec 09, 2018 8:32 pm

I doubt this is helpful, it is a listing of what AIM maps, but not how it does it.
What exactly are you missing using OBD / Kiwi standard settings?

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Re: Can I configure HLT with this AIM Solo ECU Config information?

Post by anthonymckay » Sun Dec 09, 2018 10:05 pm

As I mentioned, stuff like brake pressure data (as opposed to the virtual brake data HLT provides), steering angle, etc.
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Re: Can I configure HLT with this AIM Solo ECU Config information?

Post by Harry » Sun Dec 09, 2018 10:52 pm

Yes, probably using a custom PID. But the paper does not come with any hint here. I'd suggest to ask your dealer for information on custom PIDs. I assume they cannot give you something official, but you will probably get some hints. Once you have information, please feel free to contact us on how to configure it in LapTimer.

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