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Old 05-25-2008, 02:37 PM   #1
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Default How might one go re scaling the kpa table in MLV

Im trying to get my MLV all figured out and tuning in my fuel map however i cannot figure out how to change the scaling limits on the VE Analysis
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I'm not an expert when it comes to tuning, but if your car is turbo then the afr targets looks way off and lean. Why is your map kpa all over the place?
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Open your MSQ in MegaTune and sort that target table out, its a mess!
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Guys, I'm sure that's not the target table he is actually looking for, he just wants to be able to re-scale the kpa part of the table.... notice how it doesnt even go in order from highest to lowest, its all over the place.

Nick, I did it to mine because that is how mine originally came up as well, I don't remember off the top of my head how to do it and dont have my tuning laptop/logs with me to check out how. I'll let you know Monday night if noone else responds by that time.
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Actually, IIRC, go into megatune and open your msq. I think it is under More Settings but there will be AFR Targets. You should be able to change it in there.
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Actually, IIRC, go into megatune and open your msq. I think it is under More Settings but there will be AFR Targets. You should be able to change it in there.
Correct. However, you have to enable Lambda ARR Target tables first before you can access the table:

More Settings > Lambda AFR Settings > For VE Table 1 > ON.

Then you can go access the 8x8 AFR table, and set correct MAP.

I used Pauls N/A AFR target table as a starting point..

After I adjust any settings in there, I go back in and turn off AFR Targets because I don't have a solid tune yet and the targets make my **** all crazy..
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Correct. However, you have to enable Lambda ARR Target tables first before you can access the table:

More Settings > Lambda AFR Settings > For VE Table 1 > ON.

Then you can go access the 8x8 AFR table, and set correct MAP.

I used Pauls N/A AFR target table as a starting point..

After I adjust any settings in there, I go back in and turn off AFR Targets because I don't have a solid tune yet and the targets make my **** all crazy..
For anyone that goes searching this is exactly what needed to be done, thanks
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