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Old 08-23-2009, 01:39 AM
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So i started out with a map that is set at every 500rmp and 300kpa. i found out the hard way that telling the software to change shown kpa and rpms on the tuning tab leave the valuas in the same cell location instead of moving it with the change. i only need 200 kpa (10 max boost + 5 for safely psi). my target AFR table is set up for 100% load @ 300kpa when really my 100% is ~170. don't know if any of this matters i just know i would rather only see what i need to see and worried about running auto tune with target AFRs wrong.

added: or is there a way to import a map.csv file so i can make the changes in xls easily
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Your target AFRs aren't really wrong, there is just some of it you'll never use.

If you want to use all of the cells possible you need to change the 'Maximum MAP' value on the Analogue tab to 200kpa. Wari won't scale any of the values for you but if you use 2 Wari windows you can get most of it with copy and paste. You can't copy and paste between windows, the second window is for referencing MAP rows. Start with the high map rows and copy/paste them into the new row positions. Then you can use the interpolate rows to get the values for the added map rows.

Now your 100% on the AFR page will be 200kpa. Pick your AFR 150kpa and then a value for 200kpa that will make your AFR at 170kpa be what you want it.
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