Welcome to the Neptune Rtp tutorial video we’re going to walk you through a series of steps to get set up with your Neptune. Rtp we’re going to start with downloads and installation when you click the Neptune Rtp link on the website, you’ll notice there’s a windows and a Mac version available for download. We’re going to download the Windows version. Keep in mind that we are saving a compressed zip archive, so we’re going to need to take the Neptune Rtp Exe out of the zip file in order to run it. If this is your first time installing Neptune Rtp, you’ll also want to get the drivers and download them as well by going to downloads drivers and checking your platform. Windows has the auto driver installer, which you can also save to the desktop to run later. Now that we have our drivers saved, Let’s go ahead and double-click the driver installer and run it, no matter what version of Windows you’re on this little window will pop up and tell you that it’s installing the driver and when it’s done, it’ll go ahead and close itself. Now we’re going to go ahead and double-click the zip archive and we’re going to create a new folder for Neptune Rtp. Once you have, your new folder created, we’re actually going to drag Neptune, RTP THC into the new folder and have a copy. Now your copy of Neptune. Rtp is installed and you can clean up any extra files that you no longer need. Let’s go ahead and run Neptune Rtp. For the first time double-click, the Neptune RTP icon, you’ll be prompted with an end-user license agreement once the software has fully opened, You can expand the window and move it around anywhere you want on the screen? You can also move and change your parameters and peripheral windows as well, Gage window can be placed anywhere within the MDI window. You set up the layout to your liking? Now we’ll be able to add stuff to the Gage window, but I’ll cover that later. We’ve taken a different approach for the status window. This time around the status, window floats above all the other windows and Auto expands. When you go over the status icon. Now, if you want the status window to stay open, simply click the status itself, and then it will be locked in even next time. You launch the software. If you click status again, it’ll go back to Auto expanding. This setup really saved space. When you need it now, let’s take a look at some key preferences that you might want to have on. If you like to have the latest software, make sure check for new versions at launch is checked. We also like to recommend that auto-connect is turned on as well as start logging at connect. This should make everything seamless. When you plug your unit in anytime, you make these type of changes clicking, okay, we’ll save those changes and apply them to the software without a restart, lets. Take a look at the gage window. You can see that we have some gauges here by default and right clicking will allow you to add gauges or lights. Right, clicking again will let you set the type that you want to see in that particular gauge and the same thing is applied for lights. You once a gauge? Your light is on screen. You can change the type at any time. You our parameters windows where you’ll find all the settings for things like Revlimid and boost control and even to step, we’ll need a tune open to see these functions, so let’s go ahead and create a new basement. We can create a new base map by new in the file menu or the new button on the toolbar. If you’re connected to the Internet, you’ll find a series of tuner and user contributed files right in the list. If none of the contributed files suit, your needs, go ahead and select Neptune Base and click the next button to get started. We make it easy to set up everything. From this point, you can go ahead and choose your map sensor. You can set up your injectors and even rescale for boost right from the base map creator. You when you choose a new injector size, it’ll even ask you to calculate the trim for cranking and TPS Tippin we’re going to go ahead and set up this map for boosted application rescaling for boost allows you to choose a PSI increment or an N PSI for the table as well as per Psi. And Lastly, you want to make sure that you have the right transmission selected for your application if it’s not in the list and you need to create a custom one, you can do that from the Tools menu later when you hit next again, you’ll be able to choose the settings that are enabled on your ECU. You’ll see here a list of ECU types. What market? It’s from whether or not VTEC is enabled and some of the sensors that are disabled for that ECU for this test. Run, we’re just going to choose a P 30 so everything is enabled. Once you hit next again. You actually get to choose the stock maps from the ECU that you want to work with, so we’re going to choose P 30 again for B 16 and once you hit next again, it’ll open a brand new window with all of our settings applied that we put into the base map creator. Once you move the main tuning window to a position that you find comfortable, you can then go and check the parameters for all of these settings you’ll notice. Now every option is populated and you have the option of changing any one of these that you need before uploading your original base map. If you’re like me, you’ll probably want to see your positive pressure and something other than millibar. You can find this in preferences under the unit’s tab and right now. I’m going to change to Psi when you hit. Okay, you’ll notice this is applied and now your Maps read in Psi for positive pressure in our tuning window, we can change between the table view and a 2d or 3d view, as well as having both on screen at the same time in order to do a side-by-side you can use the dots on the left to drag between the 2d and table views and switch back to a full table view or a 2d or 3d view, simply click the graph button in the toolbar. Now that we have all of our windows set up, Let’s go ahead and connect our unit for the first time. Plug your unit into USB now. If you’ve enabled auto-connect and preferences, it may take a couple seconds for the USB drivers to load once they do youll. See a window pop up asking you to set this unit up for Neptune. Because these are set up by Moat’s factory default. You’ll need to click. Yes to set this unit up for Neptune. It will take just a second to set up, and then the software will disconnect from the unit. Now you can unplug it and plug it back in or you can go to connect and connect USB now. The unit needs to go through the registration process. You must be on the Internet for this. And when you click, yes, it’ll automatically look up your software key. And if you chose start logging at connect, you’ll see that we are now logging default values. Once you’re at this point. All you need to do is simply go back into the tool bar and choose upload base code to put your base map onto these you. For the first time. Now, this can be done with key off or key on in the vehicle and it should kick the issue into a mode where you start data. Logging real-time values immediately. I’m on an engine simulator, so you’ll see the MAL kick On With error codes almost immediately to check error codes. Simply go back to the tool bar and choose the error codes button. A window will open showing you the errors that are currently present in these. Hume, I want to disable these error codes, so let’s start with Vtec pressure by going to the VTEC tab in parameters. If you have a non-vtec, you see you. You could disable VTEC altogether. But for this we’re going to actually just disable to detect pressure. Switch code going down the list. I’m going to want to disable the idle air control valve, and after that you can see all of our other options are located on the options tab and parameters. Now we want to make sure our changes are being applied in real time, so we’ll go into the emulator menu and make sure live update is checked as an alternative. You can choose update changes from the emulator menu to upload any changes that you’ve made at this point. We need to clear the error codes, so we’re going to click clear which I only recommend doing with the vehicle off and with the key in the on position, you’ll notice that the codes have all been disabled and the check engine light is no longer on at this point with live update enabled your fuel and ignition, as well as any settings you change in parameters are done in real time. Let’s get set up to log. Oh, to sensor readings in parameters under the login tab, you’ll find everything you need to get set up for wideband logging. We need gas type, maximum air fuel ratio and your minimums to get started with the logging process. You once you choose the input that you’re receiving your data on from the wideband input list, you can go ahead and create a new wideband or select one of the predominant your wideband output. I created a new wideband and I’m going to call it my wideband then in the voltage list. I’m going to add two new breakpoints. Let’s use a pls As an example. Zero volts is ten and five volts is twenty. Your wideband may be different or maybe settable, but be sure to enter the values that apply to your wideband. You can see that immediately. The input that we’ve chosen start showing the wideband value an option so you can color the gauge based on the o2 value by switching in the lambda mode with Lambda icon on the toolbar, you can see all of your traced and recorded cell’s wideband values. I’m going to adjust the o2 voltage now. So you can see how this works. I’m also going to trace through the RPM and map range you for doing percentage difference, you can choose target air/fuel from the Tool’s menu you’ll notice these are all ten by default, but if you choose your settings and use control up and down, you can change this to your target values. These values are used to calculate difference between your target and the actual wideband values logged anywhere on the table. Then if we use the percentage icon on the toolbar, you’ll see the percentage difference from your target in the actual recorded wideband value. This will give you a great reference to start adjusting your film apps to reach your target. After you’ve made your adjustments, choose clear from the. Edit menu to clear all wideband logged values and as always guys happy tuning. We really hope that you enjoy your. Neptune Rtp. Don’t forget to log on to the support forum or email us. If you have any issues, thanks for watching you.