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Old 06-06-03, 09:53 PM
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Attn all tuners read my logs!!!

Ok just got back from the track and want to know what I need to do to get this thing driving better till I can get on the dyno. Here goes...
Code:
40	1120	-18 Hg	 00%	27	2.19sT	 86c	 60c	12.75v	14.7	.	.	 
TPS_Cal	.	'
# 41	1120	-08 Hg	 94%	35	4.52sT	 86c	 60c	12.75v	14.7	.	.	 
Pump1 M	.	'
# 42	1320	-02 Hg	 99%	35	5.24sT	 86c	 60c	12.75v	14.7	.	.	 
Pump1 M	.	'
# 43	2120	-02 Hg	 99%	35	5.76sT	 86c	 60c	12.75v	14.7	.	.	 
Pump1 M	.	'
# 44	2820	-06 Hg	 98%	35	5.29sT	 86c	 60c	12.75v	14.7	.	.	 
Pump2 M	.	'
# 45	3320	-16 Hg	 63%	35	3.19sT	 86c	 60c	12.75v	14.7	.	.	 
Pump2 M	.	'
# 46	3500	-16 Hg	 63%	30	2.90sT	 86c	 60c	12.75v	14.7	.	.	 
Pump2 M	.	'
# 47	3680	-17 Hg	 62%	30	2.67sT	 86c	 60c	12.68v	14.7	.	.	 
RPMcrs	.	'
# 48	3680	-17 Hg	 62%	30	2.67sT	 86c	 60c	12.68v	14.7	.	.	 
RPMcrs	.	'
# 49	3750	-18 Hg	 62%	30	2.43sT	 86c	 60c	12.68v	14.7	.	.	 
RPMcrs	.	'
# 50	3820	-17 Hg	 62%	30	2.57sT	 86c	 60c	12.68v	14.7	.	.	 
RPMcrs	.	'
# 51	3880	-17 Hg	 62%	30	2.57sT	 86c	 58c	12.68v	14.7	.	.	 
RPMcrs	.	'
# 52	3950	-18 Hg	 63%	30	2.48sT	 86c	 58c	12.68v	14.7	.	.	 
RPMcrs	.	'
# 53	3950	-18 Hg	 63%	30	2.48sT	 86c	 58c	12.68v	14.7	.	.	 
RPMcrs	.	'
# 54	4000	-18 Hg	 65%	29	2.48sT	 86c	 58c	12.68v	14.7	.	.	 
RPMcrs	.	'
# 55	4060	-18 Hg	 64%	29	2.48sT	 86c	 58c	12.68v	14.7	.	.	 
RPMcrs	.	'
# 56	4060	-18 Hg	 63%	29	2.48sT	 86c	 58c	12.68v	14.7	.	.	 
RPMcrs	.	'
# 57	4120	-18 Hg	 63%	29	2.48sT	 86c	 58c	12.68v	14.7	.	.	 
RPMcrs	.	'
# 58	4120	-18 Hg	 63%	29	2.33sT	 86c	 58c	12.68v	14.7	.	.	 
RPMcrs	.	'
# 59	4120	-18 Hg	 64%	29	2.33sT	 86c	 58c	12.68v	14.7	.	.	 
RPMcrs	.	'
# 60	4120	-18 Hg	 64%	29	2.33sT	 86c	 58c	12.68v	14.7	.	.	 
RPMcrs	.	'
# 61	4180	-18 Hg	 64%	29	2.33sT	 86c	 58c	12.68v	14.7	.	.	 
RPMcrs	.	'
# 62	4180	-18 Hg	 63%	29	2.43sT	 86c	 58c	12.68v	14.7	.	.	 
RPMcrs	.	'
# 63	4250	-18 Hg	 65%	29	2.48sT	 86c	 58c	12.68v	14.7	.	.	 
RPMcrs	.	'
# 64	4250	-18 Hg	 67%	29	2.48sT	 86c	 58c	12.68v	14.7	.	.	 
RPMcrs	.	'
# 65	4250	-14 Hg	 99%	29	3.05sT	 86c	 58c	12.68v	14.7	.	.	 
RPMcrs	.	'
# 66	4500	-06 Hg	 99%	26	4.76sT	 86c	 58c	12.68v	14.7	.	.	 
.	.	'
# 67	4680	-04 Hg	 99%	26	5.10sT	 86c	 58c	12.62v	18.5	.	.	 
.	.	'
# 68	4440	-00 Hg	 99%	27	5.29sT	 86c	 58c	12.62v	19.0	.	.	 
RPMwot	.	'
# 69	3880	+01psi	 99%	34	3.29mS	 86c	 58c	12.62v	19.0	.	.	 
RPMwot	.	'
# 70	3320	+02psi	 99%	35	3.29mS	 86c	 58c	12.62v	19.0	.	.	 
RPMwot	.	'
# 71	2950	+02psi	 99%	30	5.29sT	 86c	 58c	12.68v	18.5	.	.	 
RPMwot	.	'
# 72	2950	+02psi	 99%	30	5.29sT	 86c	 58c	12.68v	18.5	.	.	 
RPMwot	.	'
# 73	2620	+02psi	 99%	30	5.62sT	 86c	 58c	12.68v	19.0	.	.	 
RPMwot	.	'
# 74	2500	+02psi	 99%	30	5.62sT	 86c	 57c	12.68v	19.0	.	.	 
RPMwot	.	'
# 75	2950	+02psi	 99%	30	5.62sT	 86c	 57c	12.68v	19.0	.	.	 
RPMwot	.	'
# 76	2950	+03psi	 99%	30	5.76sT	 86c	 57c	12.68v	19.0	.	.	 
RPMwot	.	'
# 77	3120	+02psi	 99%	30	3.52mS	 86c	 57c	12.68v	19.0	.	.	 
RPMwot	.	'
# 78	3440	+02psi	 99%	30	3.52mS	 86c	 57c	12.62v	19.0	.	.	 
RPMwot	.	'
# 79	3620	+02psi	 99%	26	3.48mS	 86c	 57c	12.62v	19.0	.	.	 
RPMwot	.	'
# 80	4000	+03psi	 99%	25	3.71mS	 86c	 57c	12.56v	19.0	.	.	 
RPMwot	.	'
# 81	4250	+03psi	 99%	25	3.76mS	 86c	 58c	12.56v	19.0	.	.	 
RPMwot	.	'
# 82	4620	+04psi	 99%	24	3.90mS	 86c	 57c	12.56v	19.0	.	.	 
RPMwot	.	'
# 83	4950	+04psi	 99%	24	3.90mS	 86c	 57c	12.50v	19.0	.	.	 
RPMwot	.	'
# 84	5250	+07psi	 99%	20	4.19mS	 86c	 57c	12.44v	19.0	.	.	 
RPMwot	.	'
# 85	5250	+07psi	 99%	20	4.19mS	 86c	 57c	12.44v	19.0	.	.	 
RPMwot	.	'
# 86	5500	+09psi	 99%	18	4.57mS	 88c	 57c	12.44v	19.0	.	.	 
RPMwot	.	'
# 87	5820	+09psi	 99%	18	4.62mS	 88c	 57c	12.38v	19.0	.	.	 
RPMwot	.	'
# 88	6060	+08psi	 99%	16	4.38mS	 88c	 57c	12.38v	14.7	.	.	 
RPMwot	.	'
# 89	6500	+10psi	 99%	14	4.95mS	 88c	 57c	12.32v	18.0	.	.	 
RPMwot	.	'
# 90	6880	+10psi	 99%	14	4.76mS	 88c	 57c	12.32v	14.7	.	.	 
 SHIFT 	.	'
# 91	6320	-18 Hg	 00%	32	2.19sT	 86c	 55c	12.50v	14.7	.	.	 
TPS_Cal	.	'
# 92	6000	-26 Hg	 00%	32	1.57sT	 86c	 55c	12.62v	14.7	.	.	 
TPS_Cal	.	'
# 93	5680	-20 Hg	 54%	22	2.24sT	 86c	 53c	12.62v	14.7	.	.	 
RPMcrs	.	'
# 94	5180	-18 Hg	 68%	24	2.33sT	 86c	 53c	12.62v	14.7	.	.	 
RPMcrs	.	'
# 95	3950	-00 Hg	 99%	35	5.95sT	 86c	 53c	12.62v	14.7	.	.	 
Pump2 M	.	'
# 96	4500	-00 Hg	 99%	35	3.67mS	 86c	 53c	12.56v	17.5	.	.	 
Pump2 M	.	'
# 97	4440	+02psi	 99%	33	3.48mS	 86c	 53c	12.56v	14.9	.	.	 
Pump2 M	.	'
# 98	4440	+02psi	 99%	33	3.48mS	 86c	 53c	12.56v	14.9	.	.	 
Pump2 M	.	'
# 99	4500	+03psi	 99%	32	3.62mS	 88c	 55c	12.56v	15.5	.	.	 
RPMwot	.	'
# 100	4620	+04psi	 99%	24	3.81mS	 86c	 53c	12.50v	18.5	.	.	 
RPMwot	.	'
# 101	4820	+03psi	 99%	24	3.76mS	 86c	 53c	12.50v	18.5	.	.	 
RPMwot	.	'
# 102	4950	+04psi	 99%	24	4.00mS	 86c	 53c	12.50v	19.0	.	.	 
RPMwot	.	'
# 103	5000	+08psi	 99%	20	4.38mS	 88c	 55c	12.44v	19.0	.	.	 
RPMwot	.	'
# 104	5120	+09psi	 99%	20	4.48mS	 88c	 55c	12.44v	19.0	.	.	 
RPMwot	.	'
# 105	5250	+10psi	 99%	20	4.71mS	 86c	 53c	12.44v	19.0	.	.	 
RPMwot	.	'
# 106	5440	+10psi	 99%	20	4.71mS	 88c	 55c	12.38v	19.0	.	.	 
RPMwot	.	'
# 107	5560	+09psi	 99%	18	4.57mS	 86c	 53c	12.38v	19.0	.	.	 
RPMwot	.	'
# 108	5680	+10psi	 99%	18	5.05mS	 88c	 55c	12.32v	19.0	.	.	 
RPMwot	.	'
# 109	5880	+13psi	 99%	18	5.81mS	 88c	 53c	12.32v	14.7	.	.	 
RPMwot	.	'
# 110	5880	+13psi	 99%	18	5.81mS	 88c	 53c	12.32v	14.7	.	.	 
RPMwot	.	'
# 111	6060	+13psi	 99%	16	5.62mS	 88c	 53c	12.25v	14.7	.	.	 
RPMwot	.	'
# 112	6250	+10psi	 99%	16	4.90mS	 88c	 53c	12.25v	14.7	.	.	 
RPMwot	.	'
# 113	6500	+11psi	 99%	14	5.19mS	 88c	 53c	12.25v	14.7	.	.	 
RPMwot	.	'
# 114	6620	+09psi	 99%	14	4.62mS	 88c	 53c	12.25v	14.7	.	.	 
RPMwot	.	'
# 115	6120	-17 Hg	 13%	20	2.67sT	 86c	 52c	12.44v	14.7	.	.	 
RPMcrs	.	'
# 116	5750	-24 Hg	 00%	32	1.62sT	 86c	 52c	12.56v	14.7	.	.	 
TPS_Cal	.	'
# 117	5440	-23 Hg	 15%	24	2.05sT	 86c	 52c	12.62v	14.7	.	.	 
RPMcrs	.	'
# 118	5120	-14 Hg	 99%	23	3.10sT	 86c	 52c	12.56v	14.7	.	.	 
RPMcrs	.	'
# 119	4560	-00 Hg	 99%	35	5.95mS	 86c	 52c	12.56v	14.7	.	.	 
Pump2 M	.	'
# 120	4680	+02psi	 99%	35	3.67mS	 88c	 52c	12.50v	16.9	.	.	 
Pump2 M	.	'
# 121	4750	+02psi	 99%	24	3.29mS	 86c	 52c	12.50v	14.7	.	.	 
Pump2 M	.	'
# 122	4750	+02psi	 99%	24	3.29mS	 86c	 52c	12.50v	14.7	.	.	 
Pump2 M	.	'
# 123	4750	+03psi	 99%	24	3.62mS	 88c	 52c	12.50v	16.9	.	.	 
RPMwot	.	'
# 124	4820	+04psi	 99%	24	3.95mS	 88c	 52c	12.50v	19.0	.	.	 
RPMwot	.	'
# 125	4880	+05psi	 99%	24	4.10mS	 88c	 52c	12.50v	19.0	.	.	 
RPMwot	.	'
# 126	5000	+05psi	 99%	20	4.10mS	 88c	 52c	12.44v	19.0	.	.	 
RPMwot	.	'
# 127	5000	+09psi	 99%	20	4.52mS	 88c	 52c	12.44v	19.0	.	.	 
RPMwot	.	'
# 128	5060	+10psi	 99%	20	4.67mS	 88c	 53c	12.44v	19.0	.	.	 
RPMwot	.	'
# 129	5180	+10psi	 99%	20	4.86mS	 88c	 53c	12.38v	19.0	.	.	 
RPMwot	.	'
# 130	5250	+12psi	 99%	20	5.38mS	 88c	 53c	12.38v	19.0	.	.	 
RPMwot	.	'
# 131	5320	+09psi	 99%	20	4.62mS	 88c	 53c	12.38v	19.0	.	.	 
RPMwot	.	'
# 132	5380	+09psi	 99%	20	4.48mS	 88c	 53c	12.38v	19.0	.	.	 
RPMwot	.	'
# 133	5440	+09psi	 99%	18	4.52mS	 90c	 53c	12.38v	19.0	.	.	 
RPMwot	.	'
# 134	5440	+09psi	 99%	18	4.52mS	 90c	 53c	12.38v	19.0	.	.	 
RPMwot	.	'
# 135	5560	+05psi	 99%	18	4.10mS	 88c	 52c	12.38v	19.0	.	.	 
RPMwot	.	'
# 136	5180	-17 Hg	 18%	24	2.57sT	 86c	 52c	12.56v	14.7	.	.	 
RPMcrs	.	'

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Old 06-07-03, 12:03 AM
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Ugh. Please, people, when you're posting your logs, either change the file extension to .txt or zip it up or something. We can't just c&p what you throw into your HUGE post - the formatting gets all screwed up.

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really? It looks ok on my screen, I even used the code tags so it would monospace the text.
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A linefeed was inserted before the ECU status column.

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why not take it back to CFT ? tim
for more tunning if you think it needs more refinement

if your looking for more power
That stocker feeding a FM with long tubbing is really hurting you
try running the TM for comparison..I'm sure will see a nice diffrence

just my .2 cents
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Looks like you really need a new battery or alternator
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I just got a new Hawker (small one). The alternator is just a parts store reman so I think it's the culprit.
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your alitnator is letting things down there, it should be over 13v at all times,

also you have a lot of timing in there at idle dude, i have 12deg, how does it idle with 27deg in there??
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I'm suprised nobody mentioned the 19.0 A/F!
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Yea...what's up with that?!
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probably has no 02 sensor installed,
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No it's there. I told my tuner it was running lean but he thought I said rich so he took more fuel out of it. Fortunately it ran so lean that it stalled (like a carb with empy bowls). I was sh*ting my pants at the 60' line though.
My FD alternator is on it's way then it's off to the dyno.
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there is a sensor there?? your kidding??
thats as lean as hell, im suprised it even ran,

from what i have seen the narrow band at about 13:1 is roughly 11.5:1, but dont use that as gospil, every sensor is different but 14.7-19 is lean as!
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Your air intake temps are about 20 degrees C hotter than mine. Must be the stock top mount doing that for you.

You better trim the injectors like +10% untill you get to a dyno. You really dont wanna blow, but from the looks of it you are not maxing your injectors at all.

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I have the greddy like you I think the +20 degrees are from being in Florida with outside temp of 90*F and 100% humidity.. lol
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Here is (my new friend) Brian's map he has a T76 with a NPR intercooler. I saw his intake temps and was like whoa...
Code:
# 76	1440	-17 Hg	 56%	27	2.81sT	 72c	100c	12.50v	12.0	.	.	RPMwot	.	'
# 77	1440	-17 Hg	 56%	27	2.81sT	 72c	100c	12.50v	12.0	.	.	RPMwot	.	'
# 78	1380	-04 Hg	 99%	30	5.71sT	 72c	100c	12.44v	14.7	.	.	Pump1 M	.	
'
# 79	2060	-10 Hg	 28%	30	4.19sT	 72c	100c	12.50v	14.7	.	.	Pump1 M	.	
'
# 80	2060	-18 Hg	 06%	30	2.57sT	 72c	100c	12.56v	14.7	.	.	Pump2 M	.	
'
# 81	1880	-20 Hg	 00%	30	1.81sT	 72c	100c	12.56v	14.7	.	.	Pump1 M	.	
'
# 82	1820	-16 Hg	 63%	30	2.95sT	 72c	104c	12.62v	14.7	.	.	RPMwot	.	'
# 83	2060	-14 Hg	 68%	30	3.05sT	 72c	100c	12.56v	13.6	.	.	RPMwot	.	'
# 84	2320	-16 Hg	 67%	30	2.95sT	 72c	100c	12.56v	13.0	.	.	RPMwot	.	'
# 85	2440	-16 Hg	 67%	30	2.90sT	 72c	100c	12.56v	12.8	.	.	RPMwot	.	'
# 86	2560	-18 Hg	 67%	30	2.62sT	 72c	100c	12.56v	12.8	.	.	RPMwot	.	'
# 87	2620	-17 Hg	 67%	30	2.71sT	 72c	104c	12.62v	12.8	.	.	RPMwot	.	'
# 88	2620	-17 Hg	 67%	30	2.81sT	 72c	104c	12.62v	12.7	.	.	RPMwot	.	'
# 89	2620	-17 Hg	 67%	30	2.81sT	 72c	104c	12.62v	12.7	.	.	RPMwot	.	'
# 90	2680	-18 Hg	 68%	30	2.62sT	 72c	100c	12.62v	12.9	.	.	RPMwot	.	'
# 91	2680	-17 Hg	 68%	30	2.71sT	 72c	100c	12.62v	12.8	.	.	RPMwot	.	'
# 92	2680	-17 Hg	 93%	30	2.71sT	 72c	100c	12.62v	12.7	.	.	RPMwot	.	'
# 93	2950	-12 Hg	 99%	30	3.86sT	 72c	100c	12.62v	12.7	.	.	Pump2 M	.	
'
# 94	3120	-05 Hg	 99%	30	4.48mS	 72c	100c	12.56v	12.9	.	.	Pump2 M	.	
'
# 95	3500	-02 Hg	 99%	30	2.95mS	 72c	100c	12.56v	12.9	.	.	BOOST  	.	
'
# 96	3000	-00 Hg	 99%	30	3.14mS	 72c	104c	12.56v	12.4	.	.	Pump2 M	.	
'
# 97	2180	-00 Hg	 99%	30	3.14mS	 72c	100c	12.56v	12.3	.	.	BOOST  	.	
'
# 98	1620	+01psi	 99%	28	5.29sT	 72c	100c	12.56v	12.0	.	.	BOOST  	.	
'
# 99	2000	-00 Hg	 99%	30	5.29sT	 72c	100c	12.56v	12.0	.	.	BOOST  	.	
'
# 100	2180	+01psi	 99%	30	3.14mS	 72c	100c	12.56v	12.4	.	.	BOOST  	.	
'
# 101	2180	+01psi	 99%	30	3.14mS	 72c	100c	12.56v	12.4	.	.	BOOST  	.	
'
# 102	2440	-00 Hg	 99%	30	3.14mS	 72c	100c	12.56v	12.3	.	.	BOOST  	.	
'
# 103	2680	-00 Hg	 99%	30	3.14mS	 72c	100c	12.56v	12.1	.	.	BOOST  	.	
'
# 104	2950	-00 Hg	 99%	30	3.14mS	 72c	100c	12.56v	12.0	.	.	BOOST  	.	
'
# 105	3250	+01psi	 99%	30	3.14mS	 72c	104c	12.56v	12.1	.	.	BOOST  	.	
'
# 106	3500	+01psi	 99%	30	3.14mS	 72c	104c	12.56v	12.1	.	.	BOOST  	.	
'
# 107	3750	+02psi	 99%	30	3.14mS	 72c	100c	12.56v	12.0	.	.	BOOST  	.	
'
# 108	4000	+01psi	 99%	28	3.14mS	 72c	104c	12.56v	12.1	.	.	BOOST  	.	
'
# 109	4250	+02psi	 99%	23	3.14mS	 72c	104c	12.56v	12.3	.	.	BOOST  	.	
'
# 110	4620	+02psi	 99%	26	3.48mS	 72c	104c	12.50v	12.4	.	.	BOOST  	.	
'
# 111	4880	+03psi	 99%	21	3.52mS	 72c	104c	12.50v	12.5	.	.	BOOST  	.	
'
# 112	5320	+03psi	 99%	23	3.67mS	 72c	104c	12.44v	12.9	.	.	BOOST  	.	
'
# 113	6060	+09psi	 99%	13	4.29mS	 72c	104c	12.38v	13.4	.	.	BOOST  	.	
'
# 114	6060	+09psi	 99%	13	4.29mS	 72c	104c	12.38v	13.4	.	.	BOOST  	.	
'
# 115	7320	+07psi	 99%	11	3.95mS	 74c	104c	12.25v	13.7	.	.	BOOST  	.	
'
# 116	8380	+10psi	 99%	05	4.52mS	 72c	104c	12.32v	14.0	.	.	 REVlim	.	
'
# 117	8060	-26 Hg	 00%	05	1.52sT	 72c	104c	12.62v	14.7	.	.	 REVlim	.	
'
# 118	7560	-26 Hg	 00%	30	1.57sT	 72c	104c	12.68v	14.7	.	.	IDLE	.	'
# 119	7250	-08 Hg	 99%	21	4.81sT	 72c	104c	12.56v	14.7	.	.	Pump2 M	.	
'
# 120	6120	+04psi	 99%	13	3.81mS	 72c	104c	12.50v	14.7	.	.	Pump2 M	.	
'
# 121	6750	+03psi	 99%	17	3.52mS	 74c	106c	12.38v	14.7	.	.	BOOST  	.	
'
# 122	7680	+10psi	 99%	11	4.48mS	 74c	106c	12.38v	14.7	.	.	BOOST  	.	
'
# 123	8320	+07psi	 99%	05	3.90mS	 72c	104c	12.32v	14.7	.	.	 REVlim	.	
'
# 124	7950	-22 Hg	 00%	30	1.81sT	 72c	104c	12.62v	14.9	.	.	IDLE	.	'
# 125	7380	-27 Hg	 00%	30	1.43sT	 72c	104c	12.62v	14.7	.	.	IDLE	.	'
# 126	7380	-27 Hg	 00%	30	1.43sT	 72c	104c	12.62v	14.7	.	.	IDLE	.	'
# 127	6880	-27 Hg	 00%	30	1.43sT	 72c	104c	12.62v	14.7	.	.	RPMcrs	.	
'
# 128	6380	-23 Hg	 72%	23	3.29sT	 72c	104c	12.56v	15.1	.	.	Pump2 M	.	
'
# 129	5820	-27 Hg	 00%	30	1.33sT	 72c	104c	12.62v	14.7	.	.	Pump2 M	.	
'
# 130	5320	-22 Hg	 99%	28	3.19sT	 72c	104c	12.62v	14.7	.	.	Pump2 M	.	
'
# 131	5380	-04 Hg	 99%	23	2.81mS	 74c	106c	12.50v	14.7	.	.	Pump2 M	.	
'
# 132	5750	+02psi	 99%	23	3.81mS	 74c	106c	12.50v	14.0	.	.	Pump2 M	.	
'
# 133	6320	+04psi	 99%	13	3.76mS	 74c	106c	12.50v	13.6	.	.	Pump2 M	.	
'
# 134	6620	-00 Hg	 99%	17	3.10mS	 74c	106c	12.44v	13.6	.	.	BOOST  	.	
'
# 135	6500	-04 Hg	 99%	18	4.57mS	 72c	106c	12.50v	13.0	.	.	RPMwot	.	
'
# 136	6560	+10psi	 99%	12	4.43mS	 74c	108c	12.38v	13.1	.	.	Pump2 M	.	
'
# 137	6560	+04psi	 99%	12	3.71mS	 74c	106c	12.38v	13.7	.	.	BOOST  	.	
'
# 138	6560	+04psi	 99%	12	3.71mS	 74c	106c	12.38v	13.7	.	.	BOOST  	.	
'
# 139	6620	+14psi	 99%	12	5.29mS	 74c	108c	12.32v	13.5	.	.	BOOST  	.	
'
# 140	6680	+15psi	 99%	12	5.43mS	 74c	108c	12.32v	13.5	.	.	BOOST  	.	
'
# 141	6750	+14psi	 99%	12	5.24mS	 74c	108c	12.32v	13.5	.	.	BOOST  	.	
'
# 142	6750	+04psi	 99%	12	3.81mS	 74c	108c	12.25v	13.8	.	.	BOOST  	.	
'
# 143	6880	+14psi	 99%	12	5.33mS	 74c	108c	12.18v	13.8	.	.	BOOST  	.	
'
# 144	6750	+04psi	 99%	12	3.71mS	 74c	108c	12.32v	14.0	.	.	BOOST  	.	
'
# 145	6880	+16psi	 99%	12	5.57mS	 76c	110c	12.25v	13.6	.	.	BOOST  	.	
'
# 146	6680	+04psi	 99%	12	3.67mS	 74c	110c	12.25v	14.4	.	.	BOOST  	.	
'
# 147	6380	+15psi	 99%	13	5.48mS	 74c	110c	12.32v	13.8	.	.	BOOST  	.	
'
# 148	6620	+04psi	 99%	12	3.76mS	 74c	110c	12.25v	14.0	.	.	BOOST  	.	
'
# 149	6750	+04psi	 99%	12	3.76mS	 76c	110c	12.25v	14.5	.	.	BOOST  	.	
'
# 150	6750	+04psi	 99%	12	3.76mS	 76c	110c	12.25v	14.5	.	.	BOOST  	.	
'
# 151	6950	+10psi	 99%	12	4.43mS	 76c	110c	12.25v	13.8	.	.	BOOST  	.	
'
# 152	7120	+03psi	 99%	11	3.52mS	 76c	115c	12.25v	14.5	.	.	BOOST  	.	
'
# 153	7320	+04psi	 99%	11	3.57mS	 76c	115c	12.38v	14.7	.	.	BOOST  	.	
'
# 154	7440	+13psi	 99%	11	5.10mS	 76c	115c	12.18v	14.7	.	.	BOOST  	.	
'
# 155	7620	+12psi	 99%	11	4.81mS	 76c	115c	12.18v	14.7	.	.	BOOST  	.	
'
# 156	7680	+08psi	 99%	11	4.10mS	 76c	115c	12.06v	14.7	.	.	BOOST  	.	
'
# 157	7820	+13psi	 99%	11	5.14mS	 78c	120c	12.06v	14.7	.	.	BOOST  	.	
'
# 158	7950	+02psi	 99%	11	3.38mS	 76c	115c	12.12v	14.7	.	.	BOOST  	.	
'
# 159	7680	-16 Hg	 67%	16	2.90sT	 76c	110c	12.38v	14.7	.	.	RPMwot	.	
'
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I'm curious as to why in the status column it says BOOST....mines NEVER shown that...

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Your friend's log looks a lot worse then yours does.

Just look at the boost column on the last 15 lines. The thing jumps from 4psi to 15psi to 4 psi and then all over. Somehow it keeps going back to 4 psi.

That intake temp is frightening. Perhaps he has it swapped with the water temp sensor, which is abnormally low. Perhaps running no thermostat.

Boost on status line?? Does he have the microtech boost controler??
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i dunno, his LT-8 was purchased well over a year ago so I think that it just may be an older version of the sofware. Oh and I think that 4-14 fluctuation is being caused by wheelspin?
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I dought wheelspin or else that log can be deleted from this planet and should not be used as a guide for anybody.

I have a thread about boost fluctuation in this section here.
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hey do someone explained why the boost fluctuation on that datalog,i test myself the car on the backroads of the track it feels o.k. if you see the datalog the tps is at 99% all the time that means that the throttle never closed but probably the blow off valve needs to be check.the lean out situation on brian,s car is the fuel pump is stock,and he,s aware of the situation.
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The boost fluctuation is probably an artifact of the where the MAP sensor line is connected. Make sure it's attached to the bottom front nipple on the upper intake manifold; that's the one closest to the throttle plates, and will give the most stable reading.

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