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Old 09-21-03, 07:19 PM
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fuel curve?

how can I lower my fuel curve a certain percent all throughout, instead of changing each point pulling the whole thing down??
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Mixtrim function can do it.
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ok, still confused... it runs got the timing set and all, its just ruff, i accelerate and it feels "spotty" like it cuts out. and the idle is a little ruff too.



would that be fixed in the "load" area?

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Old 09-21-03, 09:34 PM
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Idle would be fixed on the idle map and the load on the load map. It sounds to me as if you might want to get the car to a tuner. Also most of this is gone over in the manual. Do you have a wideband or anyway to acctually tune the car.

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working on that. idle map with the map it uses without throttle? or how does that determine the difference? does that map control fuel?

My car is NA, not sure if that matters
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The idle map is used when the TPS is closed. As soon as the ECU gets a signal from the TPS the ECU swaps to the load map. This is only for 2d mode, 3d mode does not have a seperate map.

What are you using to montior A/F?

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narrow O2

trying to borrow a friends wideband controller

I know the narrow isnt very accurate at all, but around the stoich area it is.
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Eh, its a streatch to even tune by it there, FWIW your car probably wont idle in the 14's. Without a wideband you are in for a long hard haul. Good luck.

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sweet..... :\


ahh well, ill figure it out over time i suppose.
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Eh, its a streatch to even tune by it there, FWIW your car probably wont idle in the 14's.

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My AE refuses to idle in the 14's, It idles really good at 12.2-13.0
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