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    Default VE table done now what.

    Okay so I've log the ve tables on 2 bar. Don't think they are getting any closer so now what do I do? before I had maf so I copied those values over. I want to just do SD so do I just copies my ve tables to the other tune. I also correct shift points. also changed values in desired air fuel to help with Idel. What things to I need to keep off and what do I need to turn back on? do i need to turn on STFT and LTFT and leave everthing else as is? Nothing I've read has real clear instructions on what I need to do.

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    If you want to run SD then you have to decide if you want OLSD or CLSD...

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    I'm thinking CLSD but is there any disadvantage to this vs open loop.

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    CL is good, you will see better mpg.

    So now you need to enable trimming and closed loop (can you see how...?).

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    I must suck at searching because I didn't find anything that tell me how to do this...so Do i just enable stft and ltft what do I log do i need to create a map of some kind... sorry you have to spoon feed me so much. A link would be great!

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    Look at the AutoVE tutorial (each step describes what it does)...

    in particular, look at how it disables trimming (B3801, B4206) and closed loop (B4205).


    You should also re-enable DFCO B3313 and COTP B0701.

    You should set B3605 and B5914 back to stock.

    Important:
    - set PE B3618 to suitably rich for load/WOT... (I hope you did not tune with this set to EQR 1.00).
    - set PE Enable B3616 to enable properly (something like 65 below 3400 and 35 above 3400).
    - I hope you had B4206 disbaled during tuning.

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    Post screenshots of your B3605, B3618, B3616.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joecar View Post
    Look at the AutoVE tutorial (each step describes what it does)...

    in particular, look at how it disables trimming (B3801, B4206) and closed loop (B4205).


    You should also re-enable DFCO B3313 and COTP B0701.

    You should set B3605 and B5914 back to stock.

    Important:
    - set PE B3618 to suitably rich for load/WOT... (I hope you did not tune with this set to EQR 1.00).

    I DID..

    - set PE Enable B3616 to enable properly (something like 65 below 3400 and 35 above 3400).
    - I hope you had B4206 disbaled during tuning.
    not in my COS.
    I'll get screen shots up in a few.

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    Ok, COS does not have B3605 and B4206...

    but COS has semi-open loop (SOL): in OL it will trim to any cell in B3647 that is stoich (using STFT)... (so for tuning, don't set any cells to stoich).

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