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Old 02-25-2008, 07:06 PM   #1
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Well, even though I already had my car running quite well, I was curious to take a peek at DIY's base map for the 96/97(since I have a 97 and used the 94/95). Anyways, I was looking at the AFR table, and holy cow is it lean!! I realize the in boost areas aren't tuned at all, but everything is on the ridiculous side of being lean! I attached the table I extracted from the .msq and just wanted to verify with someone that this is indeed the correct table. I mean, I realize the factory leaned out the table from the factory for the OBD-II, but geez! Should I try to re-tune the out of boost area of my fuel table to match those AFR's, I'm sure gas mileage would go up by a good bit!
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Have you compared the REQ fuel setting? If theirs is higher than yours it wont necessarily be lean
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Old 02-26-2008, 01:29 AM   #3
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I would think regardless of the req fuel, the AFR table will be the same. I just wanted someone to look at the AFR table I exported and tell me I'm not crazy in saying that either somehow the table is wrong, or that is just ridiculously lean.

And, if it is wrong, can someone post the correct AFR table for the PNP 96/97?
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Is this supposed to be an AFR target table? Why don't you just fix it instead of waiting for someone to give you one.
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what WBO2 are you running?

here is my AFR Target table:
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Old 02-26-2008, 09:24 AM   #6
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Is this supposed to be an AFR target table? Why don't you just fix it instead of waiting for someone to give you one.
The only thing I was asking for was for someone to post the correct target AFR table for the 96/97 MSPNP. For whatever reason, when I open it up in Megatune, it would show volts, then I would select Default LC1, go back and check, and the table I posted is the table I saw. I did this on two of my computers, and got the same results.

I'm assuming the AFR table posted above is the one from the PNP 96/97, so thank you very much, that was what I was after.
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You should have mentioned the word TARGET in the first post then!

Incidentally I found exactly the same with the 9093 PnP, I assume its because the AFR Target () table is for NB?
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