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Old 08-25-2012, 06:39 AM   #1
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Hi All,

I am a noob so please be patience. When I'm tuning in VEAL, it does not seem to tune to the AFR values I have placed in the AFR table. Do I need to enable something such as "incorporate AFRtarget" in the more Engine constants menu?

What does "incorporate AFRtarget" in the more Engine constants menu do if this is not what it is for?

Also, I am trying the get a good feel for this before I turbo my car. Since I am NA at this point and probably will be for several months, should I rescale the tables to 100 until I go turbo? Would it help having greater resolution?

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Keep that off. Go to docs and read what it does.
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Don't change the scaling.
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Keep that off. Go to docs and read what it does.
Why keep it off? I am running this for two years now, works perfect...
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