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Old 06-22-2011, 05:34 PM   #21
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Below the start rpm, air density will be corrected based on whatever value you specify in the table. Once the start rpm is reached, the correction factor decreases until you hit the end rpm. At the end rpm, there the correction is phased out completely. So, for you and I to completely replace the normal correction, we need to set the start rpm at a point that the correction will always be active...something like 7500rpm and end at 8000rpm.
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ok cool - cheers, have tried those settings and it now works as expected

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Old 06-23-2011, 09:39 PM   #23
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pretty sure this is the table that would completely cancel out the Gair% corrections:

Brain- will try this out. But what value do I put for MAT Correction Value (default setting is 50)?

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that assume 100% for the MAT value.
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Just to clarify-- why not just put a value of 1 (lowest possible) for MAT correction value then?

Edit: or do you mean the base code is wrong, and the mat curve corrects the error...? So it's really mat correction-correction?

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its the ideal gas law; it adds fuel when the AITs are cold and subtracts when warm.

You can only scale it back to 50% in the code and I still think it's too aggressive reduced back.

when my AITs are in the 90s, I'm lean and when my AITs are in the 50s I'm rich. Therefore, code too aggressive for me.
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