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Old 11-25-2013, 07:46 PM   #1
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I have tried using the new beta version of TS with WEU and I just don't know what I'm doing wrong. I have read the whole write-up that EFI analytics has and I just can't get it to work right. I have ran the self tune a few times and all it does is set the whole curve to 100%. Anyone have any input besides "you're an idiot"? Has anyone used this with success?
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Which wideband sensor? How is it calibrated in TS? Which version of TS?
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AEM wideband, TS is set to AEM wideband, TS (beta) 2.5.01. The wideband works perfectly for my VE table tuning.
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How I tuned my WUE:

Did the car die immediately after start?

Yes. Add fuel.

Did it die the next day after start?

No. WUE tuned, mission accomplished.

I didn't even know there was an analyzer for it.
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How I tuned my WUE:

Did the car die immediately after start?

Yes. Add fuel.

Did it die the next day after start?

No. WUE tuned, mission accomplished.

I didn't even know there was an analyzer for it.
This procedure neglects ASE and varying ambient temps.
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Tuning WUE is probably the easiest, most straightforward thing you can do.

1. Warm the car up, tune idle cells
2. Let car sit overnight
3. Start car, adjust WUE to targets in each coolant temp cell as car warms up
4. Extrapolate curve for colder weather

Why do you need a computer to do that for you?
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I thought I had a pretty good WEU table. When the new Beta TS became available the big news was WEU self tuning, so I thought I'd give it a try and see how close my curve was to what the program would recommend.
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Tuning WUE is probably the easiest, most straightforward thing you can do.

1. Warm the car up, tune idle cells
2. Let car sit overnight
3. Start car, adjust WUE to targets in each coolant temp cell as car warms up
4. Extrapolate curve for colder weather

Why do you need a computer to do that for you?
Start car, lock idle at 2k rpm, start WUE analyzer, take dump, done.
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