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Old 12-25-2010, 02:18 PM   #1
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Default AFR noise

is an LC 1 signal this noisy generally?
I can see it on my TS dash as a hyper needle. How do you fix it?
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Normal, if it really bothers you reduce the amount of samples in LM programmer or if you have a MSII or DIYPNP play with the AFR lag settings
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Normal, if it really bothers you reduce the amount of samples in LM programmer or if you have a MSII or DIYPNP play with the AFR lag settings
good enough then. THX
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I use a little delay on the MS output and more delay on the gauge so it's easier to read.
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