So now am I finally on my way to start tuning my VE table. I've been reading lots of information about tuning the idle and tuning the VE table with MegaLogViewer. However I'm a little bit confused about the different instructions/tips I've found. What do you expert tuners have to say about this?
Some say you shouldn't care about AFR and only focus the reach the lowest map possible. Here on the Mspnp Faq tuning for the lowest map is reccomended for those who not have a WB. If you have a WB you should go for 13.3:1 AFR. I tried to tune for the lowest possible AFR and its a bit leaner than 13.3. Should I be pleased with this or go a little bit richer?
In the MS Extra Tuning Manual and others places the most common advice seems to be that you should turn AE and overrun settings off. On my first log rund I'd turn AE off but then I found other information on MSExtra forum. There Phil Tobins said that "I generally recommend against turning off things like Gego correction. That gives good input to VE Analyzer.
Your first round of AE tuning should probably come first. Even if that is just sitting still blipping the throttle at different rates and adjusting to get the best response. In the end, AE and VE tuning are going to impact each other. If you AE is lean or worse off, VE Analyze will do what it can to richen it on what ever cells you were passing through, even though records are filtered with the AE flag set. There is residual effect.
So in the end you have to do a couple iterations.
I do recommend not bothering to fine tune your warmup enrichment until you have the rest pretty well down."
How do you guys do?
After a couple of runs using the Megaviewer analyzer I think I'm on the right track but its for sure a long way to go. But I'm on it!
If anyone would like to take a look and give me some more advices or insight in how to read the log please do
My latest log fil is attached below ;-)