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2012-06-15 02:19:26
Just means its better balanced to itself. You won't have overspooling at lower RPM or have to worry about lag and surging too much
2012-06-15 02:37:41
lol, no lag or surge here from what i can tell
2012-06-15 03:44:44
Changes in the road or wheel spin will cause numbers to read wrong. Seeing how it just jumped up does seem off.
2012-06-15 03:50:42
its the same stretch of road i always use, out in the middle of no where.. it is a tad bumpy but its as straight as it gets for what i need. i agree that it seems fishy, then again thats the only run where i changed the timing and the dip just so happens to start where i started takin timing out so i was thinking maybe it had something to do with that, but i'll be sure to make another run on that .bin. also i noticed it was a little leaner that run but still pretty rich.

def wasn't wheel spin lol, it was pulling really hard i'll say that much.
2012-06-15 18:02:24
I am interested to see how accurate these numbers are compared on a dyno pack or something comparable
2012-06-15 19:55:07
same here man, i repeated that same test using the same 2 bins today but used a slightly smoother stretch of road. i am not home at the moment tho, figured i'd go see some friends while i was out an about. i will try to load the log an see what it comes up with but i might have to wait till i get home.
2012-06-15 20:02:59
Don't take the values at the face value, take them more as side by side comparison. Like if you added more timing, and the virtual dyno is showing more power now, then you gained more power. Or if you added even more timing but your power fell off, that means your about to knock or are knocking thus you need to reduce power.

It's a great mod side by side comparison tool.
2012-06-15 20:12:39
hench the B2B runs
2012-06-15 20:43:29
Blame the guy who made the crappy manifold.
2012-06-15 23:13:05
Ok so we'll pretend yesterday never happend lol..

Here's the graphs from today's runs which, again, were back to back using the same 2 files. The only difference is its a tad warmer today and I went further down to a flatter stretch of road.

Todays runs by themselves:

This is with run 3 from 2 weeks ago:

Run 3's .bin was pretty close to todays .bin without the lower timing, just a slight difference in fuel map.

I think its safe to say I didnt need to remove any timing lol
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