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Old 03-15-2012, 01:18 AM
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Basically I've had the car alsmost a year and just now might getr to learn to tune the damn thing. Started driving today just a bit with the laptop on and when I got home tried out the DataLogLab and this is what came up. Is it normal for for a Fly'in Miata base map to basically just pull fuel everywhere in Autotune?
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when i had my link it was the same, i imagine the base maps are deliberatly made rich to give some safety when u start tuning.
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That's my best guess too. Rich for safety's sake. Just watching it do nothing but pull fuel makes me a little sketchy and think I might have done the wideband calibration wrong. I made sure I had enough voltage for the heat up by leaving jumper cable from the miata to the jeep's battery.
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