After an hour or 2 of a friend's time last night, the tuning computer had updated emanage software.
Did it fix the problem? No.
Fecking eManage still doesn't log RPM, it just reads "0rpm".
So anyway, I was driving home tonight on a 2 lane road with no one around me. I wanted to know just how bad the stock computer would be at fuelling the increased air flow. I dropped into 2nd in a 50 zone and slowly excellerated (without any boost) to over 4000RPM (out of closed loop). The a/f ratio immediately dropped to 14.5:1 (from 14.7:1 in closed loop). This is correct, cause of the bigger injectors and no extra air. I slowly opened up the throttle to increase the boost pressure to ~0. The air fuel ratio stayed at around 14-14.5:1. I slowly gave it a little more = ~1-2PSI, and the a/f ration didn't start to lean out, it started to get richer...
I gave it a little more (still travelling well under the limit with noone around me). At around 3-4PSI the a/f ration dropped to 11:1... So I gave it a little more... r. That is what my gauge says when it is off the scale rich.
I thought it must be because I eased it on and the computer had time to keep up with it. I went back to vac, and then eased the throttle all the way to the floor. The redline comes at you very quickly with just 6PSI...
A/f ratio went almost instantly to r.
I got off it again, slowed right down and just stomped on the loud pedal.
I was a giggling mess. The a/f ratio was rich as all hell all the way to redline. I have been ***** footing it all week thinking that I was going to be running lean.
When I got home I pulled the AFM off and leaned it out a click. Put it back in and went for a spin.
In boost, the a/f ration stays between 11.5 and 13 unless I'm at WOT, where it still just says "r".
Now I just need to fix the bloody eManage so I can up the timing when not in boost!
Very happy camper.