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I would post the pictures of him on the phone with james at 41 but I don't have them on work computer.I picture mike and james on the phone every monday like a conference call comparing figures. 3.5 REALLY? No PE REALLY?
let me guess he was in 4th? his tune is geared around 3rd, he knows to downshift to third to play.James whats the deal with this no PE stuff. When we went to 41 I pretty much watched GTP mikes laptop the whole way to 41 and back. with no PE (14.7afr) at WOT he was getting a little knock, I think 4 deg was the most I saw. On the way back PE was enabled and I still saw knock, but alot less probably under 2 deg. This was with that 3.5 and 15 deg timing.
simple, the tune is still off, in this instance it may be that timing is comanded a bit high for a high comp g5 but until the fueling is done and i can see what the data says i couldnt tell ya....i do believe that the calculated load values depend on the trans gearing info and thats why i'm bugging him to get a dif with the OE reluctor....i'd like to eliminate that as the potential issue. if he gets around to wiring up the narrowband output of his WB to the pcm thats great but for the most part the readings he see's on the wb agree with commanded afr in the logs so the narrowband is functioning fairly well at the least (be nice to log both the wb and oe nb, but this is comming from the guy that would like to toss a WB in each primary....)Im no tuning master but why does the car not blow the fuck up with no PE and yet still gets knock with PE enabled. Is it really not running at 14.7 AFR at WOT?
Classic. James is holding Mike's tune hostage....and since he hasent seen fit to show me the data i'm hoping he's picked up enough from me that he's doing it himself....(though when it comes to the line by line look through logs looking for trends, he glazes over)
i built it for him but i still consider it my motor....and he'll learn to tune it well or else....
student needs to apply himself more, b-