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Module 1: Introduction to WinOLS
How long should the demo version be used?
Understanding the difference between the demo and the original version of WinOLS.
Exploring the software environment: Opening the ECU file and locating tables.
Module 2: Map Pack Utilization and Table Changes
Introduction to the WinOLS map pack.
Making changes to tables using the map pack.
Comparing two files for analysis and optimization.
Module 3: Optimal Engine Torque
Understanding engine torque and its significance.
Exploring the torque-based engine management system.
Analyzing the mathematical model of optimal engine torque.
Application of optimal engine torque tables in remap and tuning.
Implementing optimal engine torque adjustments in WinOLS.
Module 4: Torque Request by Driver
Reasons behind the transition from mechanical throttle to electric throttle.
Overview of Torque request tables and their types.
Analyzing the impact of table modifications on vehicle performance.
Modifying Torque request tables in WinOLS.
Module 5: Torque Limiters
Understanding engine torque limiters and their purpose.
Modifying spark advance for enhanced performance and torque.
Techniques for addressing engine knocking.
Creating pop and bang effects.
Modifying Torque request by driver table.
Modifying Air-fuel ratio.
Modifying optimal engine torque and requested engine load.
Modifying Throttle valve operating angle and air mass.
Modifying Turbo system.
Module 6: ECU Training for Specific Models
Bosch ME7 Winols ECU training.
Bosch ME9 Winols ECU training (Mercedes-Benz SLS).
Bosch ME17 Winols ECU training.
Bosch MED17 Winols ECU training (Volkswagen).
ECU fault DTC removal - WinOLS DTC delete training.
Bosch MED17 DTC delete WinOLS training.
Fuel cut in deceleration for pop and bang.
Mitsubishi ECU remapping training.
Mercedes-Benz A200/BOSCH MED17 ECU training.
How to use DAMOS files in WinOLS training course.
Module 7: Real Practice with File "XXXXX"
Hands-on practice with a real file in WinOLS to apply the concepts learned throughout the course.
Note: The course outline provided is a general structure and can be customized further based on specific requirements and learner needs.
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