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Old 05-07-2008, 01:13 AM   #1
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Default afr target tables?

just working my tune a little bit tonite and tomorrow after i swap in my 550's, and figured i'd see what everyone else is using for an afr target table in MLV.



thoughts? comments? discussion?
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I would richen it up more above 5800. Try shooting for 12.5:1 as you approach redline.
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Old 05-07-2008, 01:30 AM   #3
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hmm... think so, even in vac? in boost i agree, but i think the only time i'm gonna see those high rpm vac cells is if i'm cruising at a lower gear or high speed...
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Are you running MS I or II? I thought I read something about 12x12 AFR in msI high res, but I am unable to find anything on it. Just wondering since you have a 12x12 table
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running MSI, but this is the afr target table from megalogviewer. i possibly should have specified that.
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yo **** is lean at 100kpa, nga. Go 12.5 at 4000rpm+ through there.
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Is there any way to edit the Default AFR table in MLV and save it?
It seems like a lot of work to edit the table before every analysis just to get your desired AFRs.
It allows you to export the edited table as a vex but not to import it.

Just new to this stuff.

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Old 05-08-2008, 09:12 AM   #8
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hmm, i have started and shut down MLV a boatload of times now, and my afr target table just stays the way i leave it, everytime. did you pay the 20 bucks for the software? maybe if you haven't pair it doesn't remember anything?
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Is there any way to edit the Default AFR table in MLV and save it?
It seems like a lot of work to edit the table before every analysis just to get your desired AFRs.
It allows you to export the edited table as a vex but not to import it.

Just new to this stuff.

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NO idea what you are talking about here. I have never had an issue with MLV saving my AFR table. As the previous poster said it loads automatically each time I open it. And that was the case before I paid for the software too.

Are you accidently looking at the narrowband AFR table in MLV?
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here is the afr table i run
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Are you accidently looking at the narrowband AFR table in MLV?

yeah, this is a good point, as well. it took me a few minutes to poke around enough to get the 12x12 afr target table i posted to be the active one. you sure you're looking at the right table when you load it up?
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hehe, any idea where i got my starting target table from? ;-)
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DOH!

If you edit the table and exit using the close windoe option rather than the 'EXIT' button it does not save the table.

Thanks, your comments got my brain started.
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