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Old 03-01-2011, 07:40 PM   #1
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My car has been sitting all winter long and I had the hood up yesterday in the garage. I was up on the house roof since the snow finally melted off of it, taking down my Christmas lights. I came down to find my smallest dog standing on top of my valve cover sniffing around. I flipped ****, cause I have a spare flathead 4 cylinder in the back of my jeep (which she has access to), and she chewed the plug wires off that motor. So I was like, "I wonder what she may have F'd up on my Miata. It started right up.
Today I decided to log it 2 seconds after it fired up. It runs just like it did last year, but I need to clean this up. I have no vacuum leaks, but I have high idle. By high, I mean, between 1200-1400 RPM's.
My AFR's are also very rich, it'll stay like this until I drive the car down the street and get to a stop sign.
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Old 03-01-2011, 08:45 PM   #2
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lol at calling ASE "warm up". Here's mine with no IAC valve, 550cc injectors, low compression, and your mother:

Scale your table.
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It's a %. Do you need to scale it?
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Why does my ASE look so different than yours? Look at the percentage comparison.
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ASE is after-start enrichment... its only active for a few seconds after engine start. Warmup enrichment is just based on coolant as the engine warms up...2 diff things/tables.

yours looks fine and its supposed to run rich while its warming up-thats the point of the warmup enrichment. i guess if you dont like it just make the whole table 0/100 percent
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Just tune the ****.

so to recap: start the car, tune the ASE table (decays quickly), then tune the warmup enrichments table while you sit there and warmup, try to maintain 13:1. Once you hit 160*F there should be ZERO warmup enrichments added (100%) and your idle AFRs should be fueling solely on the VE fuel table at this point; target closer to 14-15:1 at this point.

Percentages are awesome because tables can be shared more or less across tunes, and if you change injectors you do not have to recalculate other tables.
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