Originally Posted by The Ghost
The Load Target Offset (Overboost) is more than what it appears to be, well, from my perspective of it and how it actually works
LTO allows boost means to overshoot boost request by a calculated limit without any throttle closures or timing pulls. It also makes up the difference of underboosting to keep boost means on target with boost request.
The way it works, that I found, is Load Target + Load Target Offset = the calculated “allowed” boost means to overshoot boost request - calculated by Load target only. 95% of the time it keeps boost means on target, and in instances (a specific gear or all gears) where there is regular overshoots it allows it without DME interventions or having to mess with stock PIDs or overbloating the actual Load Target
I figured out over the weekend how to use the table as I was having major overshoots with the Cobb OTS maps specific to ILAOS IS and IKAOS IS ROMs that I am aware of. "