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    Another FBO Cobb e30 log

    Finally I believe the data log options are correctly set up for this run LoL

    Should I be concerned with LPFP as when RPM near up top, the gap between Actual and Req is getting bigger. Anything else abnormal?

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    New plugs, new coil pack cylinder two. Still stock charge pipe. I know i know...it's on the way. 6gal e85+93.

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    Morning bump :-)

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    Here's a friendly bump.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by quattr0 Click here to enlarge
    Finally I believe the data log options are correctly set up for this run LoL

    Should I be concerned with LPFP as when RPM near up top, the gap between Actual and Req is getting bigger. Anything else abnormal?

    TIA.

    http://www.datazap.me/u/quattr0/quat...18-19-20-21-22

    New plugs, new coil pack cylinder two. Still stock charge pipe. I know i know...it's on the way. 6gal e85+93.
    I suggest generating a new log but go WOT throughout the log. I assume you were trying to not hit the kickdown, which i understand, but you were pretty far away from full throttle in a few parts of the log which makes it difficult to analyze.

    On the LPFP side it looks ok, i think a good line in the sand is when its consistently falling below 50psi it needs to be upgraded/replaced.
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    FWIW I didn't have actual fueling issues until my lpfp dipped into the 30's. Walbro going in soon.

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    Thank you gent. Guess I need to look for a new empty longer road as doesn't want to drive into a ditch lol

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by quattr0 Click here to enlarge
    Thank you gent. Guess I need to look for a new empty longer road as doesn't want to drive into a ditch lol
    My "go to" logging space is highway on ramps, i enter at low RPM's in 3rd gear and pull it up to redline and typically have enough time to slow down. Cops generally don't monitor those areas.
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