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Old 09-24-2012, 01:42 PM   #1
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Default Show me your nonlinear barometric correction.. (MS2/3)

I noticed in the last time that my tune always gets a little out of whack, when I drive to higher or lower destinations. I suppose my realtime barometric correction over-compensates a bit. (I am running two independent sensors in my MS3+X)

How is your experience with the nonlinear barometric correction, what do your values look like...? To give me a starting point and for comparance...

Thanks for your advice!

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I noticed in the last time that my tune always gets a little out of whack, when I drive to higher or lower destinations. I suppose my realtime barometric correction over-compensates a bit. (I am running two independent sensors in my MS3+X)

How is your experience with the nonlinear barometric correction, what do your values look like...? To give me a starting point and for comparance...

Thanks for your advice!

Greetings from Germany
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Old 09-24-2012, 03:39 PM   #3
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im bi-curious, not baro-curious, so im no help.
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Subbed, also curious, as now Reverant has me worried about in-cabin pressure being higher, and I'm curious if that might be a factor.
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I have no useful information but what amount of elevation change?
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