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Old 06-14-2008, 02:34 AM   #1
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Default What does EGO correction use for its target?

Does EGO Correction try to get the AFR to the EGO Switchpoint 14.7 or does it read off the AFR table & try to match that?
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If the following setting is enabled, then the MS tries to match the values in the AFR Target table. If not, it tries to achieve the EGO switchpoint. Note that even with the AFR target table(s) activated, the Step Size, Ign/ms per Step, Authority(%), Active Above (CLT) and Active Above (RPM) values in the "EGO Control" page are still active.


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Thanks, that explains why when I searched for an answer some posts refered to the AFR table, & others to 14.7.
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