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Old 07-18-2008, 03:09 PM   #1
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Show me your settings please. Im tryin to sort out why my afr's jump all over when accelerating. When cruising there are pretty steady but under accel not so much.

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Acceleration enrichment works for a split second when you hit the gas.

If you want to rule it out as being the culprit for your bouncy AFR's, disable it and go take a log.
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How does one disable it?
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How does one disable it?
Make the V/S, I think, a very high number.
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The TPSdot Threshold (v/s)? Whats a high # 2.0 50.? Its at .977 right now.
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Ok. I'll do that on my way home and report back.
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How does one disable it?
You could set all the enrichment values to 0.
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You could set all the enrichment values to 0.
Pita, you gotta write down the number and put em back after.

Even easier would be to set it to mapdot and make it disable the AE.
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A pita, but that's how I set mine. I started at 0 then incremented the values in each range by small amounts, untill the throttle response and af ratios felt and looked good. Starting with free revving then moving on to driving under load.
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A pita, but that's how I set mine. I started at 0 then incremented the values in each range by small amounts, untill the throttle response and af ratios felt and looked good. Starting with free revving then moving on to driving under load.
I still dont know how the bins work, i just use the pnp seeings.
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This seems to be without a doubt the hardest thing to dial in. Anyone feel upto sharing there enrichment values?
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http://www.msextra.com/manuals/MS_Ex...nual.htm#accel




Basically the Value is how much fuel to add. The Rate is how much of a change in kPa/s you have during Accel, not what kPa is in the manifold.



I'll try and pull a jpg off my laptop next week, my values are probably going to look different than what most everyone else is going to use. Because while waiting for decent injectors I was still running off a Vortech RRFPR.
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i haven't been able to dial them in properly, my car pretty much feels the best/smoothest with it disabled
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Do you guys runs TPS based or Map based?
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