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    Okay, I still had the window open with the last log so here it is with duty cycle:

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    I should probably take some part throttle logs too. It seems okay, but not as smooth as stock. It will probably need some refining.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Eleventeen Click here to enlarge
    Okay, I still had the window open with the last log so here it is with duty cycle:
    Good, duty cycle looks pretty stable there. The JB4 may be damping throttle closure which is probably what you want from a tuning perspective. But going to integrated firmware map 4 will turn that off and instead you can just alter those tables on the flash side. You'll have to find the factory PID table to reduce duty cycle during upshifts also. Looks like the fuel trims are also overly negative probably due to the meth. Another recent addition to the G5 ISO programming I'm testing now is a bit of code to reduce open loop as a function of methanol flow. Which maintains fuel trims from off meth to on meth conditions. In your case I think it would come in handy.

    The load & torque targets are a big pain in the ass but with enough time hunting around you can correct them. Although running more than 18psi or 20psi depending on your DME version is a major headache.

    Everytime someone runs the solenoids in this configuration they should paypal $.05 to terry@burgertuning.com. Click here to enlarge
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