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Old 01-10-2008, 09:13 PM   #1
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How does everyone determine their wideband delay for use in MegaTune? Can you just look at a log file and determine it? Also, how big of a difference does this make on MegaTune's tune?
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Mostly just makes a difference for the acceleration enrichments. Shouldn't matter all that much once your foot is on the floor and you're pulling through an RPM range.
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When driving I would say that is true but for MegaTune it asks for the delay and that is what drives your VE table....I think??
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