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    Quote Originally Posted by joecar View Post
    I'm getting confused (happens easily)...

    when STFT's are enabled (in OL) are you saying that:
    - RTACS diverges...?
    - Calc.VET diverges...?

    I didn't consume sufficient caffeine nor did I get enough sleep...
    I have the same lack of sleep issues... but to much caffine!

    I diverge! Hell I don't know Joe, it's not like there's instructions. This is what I'm trying to accomplish. Instructions.

    When I do this on old ECM/PCM PE goes OL has no STFT/INT and no LTFT/BLM. Just Desired AFR and adds PE (simplified version)

    My understanding of PE is it is Open Loop. Commanded AFR or in this case EQR and EQR added from PE table.

    When I Disabled {B4206} my STFT at WOT/PE are now 0

    Now I look today at log and I have LTFT at WOT/PE? Why?

    Maybe a better way would be if you get some sleep and then have lots of coffee!
    Then give me some ideas for implementing this for VE table only? Give me some basics, make me rethink! Start from scratch.



    Which first? MAF or VE? How? Then would running RTACS on both at same time be wise?

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    lol, how much coffee can you drink before it puts you to sleep


    PE can be OL or CL...

    in OL: CFOL is already enabled, PCM enables PE (so the active tables are PE B3618 and CFOL B3605), selects the richest of the active tables;

    in CL: CFOL is not enabled, PCM enables PE, (PE B3618 is the only active table), stops trimming, rounds any negative trim to zero, applies any positive trim on top of PE;


    was your PE LTFT positive...?


    Sometimes you have to go in reverse... try doing the MAF first (but make sure you exclude any VE contribution)...

    I don't think RTACS (or BEN corrections in general) on both at the same time would work because there is no indicator showing which (VE or MAF) the airmass is contributed from.

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    So while your trims (LTFT) are positive you have to be careful...

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    Quote Originally Posted by joecar View Post
    lol, how much coffee can you drink before it puts you to sleep
    Does that work? I haven't sleep more then 4 hours a day in almost three years now...

    Quote Originally Posted by joecar View Post
    So while your trims (LTFT) are positive you have to be careful...
    This is it! +6 to +8 LTFT...

    I'll get my 3-4 hours sleep and re-read to retune.


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    Quote Originally Posted by EagleMark View Post
    Does that work? I haven't sleep more then 4 hours a day in almost three years now...

    ...
    Sometimes... especially when you're determined to stay awake... and then suddenly Zzzzz...

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    where are these lines inserted ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SW1911 View Post
    where are these lines inserted ?
    Add then right after the .ROW and .COL for the tables...

    e.g.


    A0007.ROW=SAE.RPM
    A0007.COL=SAE.TP
    A0007.RRR=CALC.WO2BEN,CALC.STFTBEN


    A0009.ROW=SAE.RPM
    A0009.COL=SAE.MAP
    A0009.RRR=CALC.WO2BEN,CALC.STFTBEN

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