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Old 09-23-2016, 01:02 PM   #16 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by atr32 View Post
Yeah I figured that out on the go, had not yet made any logs when I wrote that. Also ty for the ECM open/closed loop / boost control illustration, that was very nice explained and illustrated!
Glad they helped. Just keep in mind those illustrations are highly simplified as to what is really going on inside the ECM. They are meant to give the average Joe a basic idea of hour our ECMs manage the engine's fuel and spark operation.

I did log some runs with ScanXL professional but somehow I doubt the data. It says max intake manifold pressure was 217kpa and max rpm was 10926. That makes me doubt any kind of numbers. Speed 232km/h. I am pretty sure max speed was 130 tops. Even the logged spark map has logged -17.5 @ 8000RPM and 200kpa.

IŽl make some more runs tonight unless it pours.

I had some missfires aswell I think it was gasoline quality the sparks looked fine (had some gasoline smell to it since tha car was going rich) other then that

DIC reads 170kpa in 2nd gear around 7k rpm, and then 160 in 3rd. I think thats how BSR tuned it, conditions where perfect for high boost (high moist and 15degrees C)
You need to look and see what your KPA is immediately after shift. The K04 generally peaks in the lower RPMs then tapers off as RPMs increase. Thus your KPA value at near redline would be much lower than the KPA value around your post-shift RPM. Either way, some of those figures are WAY off...10K rpm? I wish! LOL

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So I went out, ran a couple of runs and I deffo think its the sensor on the manifold for me. It is supposed to variate in airflow but doas not, barometric pressure stays the same no matter the load.

Tried cleaning it and no go. Although it was pretty clean from the start.
Barometric pressure should stay the same unless you're going up in elevation (being sea level to the mountains for example)
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