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Old 11-15-2010, 10:14 PM   #1
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Default How to change from coolant corrected air density to ait?

I need step by step directions to do this. My car is running super rich right now because I need it changed to ait so I can tune it for the cooler weather. I did find one thread but it wasn't much help. Thanks
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Well I wanted someone to explain exactly what to do because it will not allow me to edit the msns-extra.ini file when I found the 'curve editor'. It appears to be on more than one pull down tab and I have no idea witch one to use and no one explains that anywhere.
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Are you using Tuner Studio or Megatune?

I know in TS you just open the CLT air density window and change it in settings. I had to do this to counter some heak soak issues back in the summer.
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