So far I have TPS, Steering Angle, and Coolant Temp logging. I want to get brake pressure working too but I can't figure it out yet.
Below is the info that I found:
For TPS (0-100%) my configuration is as follows:I was able to record the CAN data from my S2000 using a CANUSB dongle and a modified version of one of their sample applications (VB.NET). There isn't as much data as there was with my Lexus, but the data that is there is at a high frame rate. It took me a few hours studying the data from several driving cycles to identify the "easy" data streams. I haven't figured out what about half of the data is, since it is either bitwise or encrypted.
Brake pedal pressure (ID = 106 byte 3) streams at about 150 frames per second.
Throttle pedal position (ID=170 byte 1) streams at about 100 frames per second.
Steering Wheel Position (ID=198 bytes 1 & 2) and Lateral Accelleration (ID=198 byte 3) stream at about 100 frames per second.
Engine Coolant Temp (ID = 300 byte 1), Ambient Temp (ID = 300 byte 2), and Engine RPM (ID = 300 bytes 5 & 6) stream at about 100 frames per second.
Wheel Speed (ID = 448 bytes 5 & 6) stream at about 60 frames per second.
CAN ID: 170
CAN Bus: 1
Bit Mode: no
Source Type: Unsigned
Formula: Raw x 100 / 255 + 0
For steering angle (in degrees, negative numbers for 'left', positive for 'right')
CAN ID: 198
CAN Bus: 1
Bit Mode: No
Source Type: Signed
Formula: Raw x 1 / 10 + 0
I think the fact that brake pressure apparently uses byte 3, so I tried an offset of 2 but that didn't yield any results in the dashboard. Any thoughts?