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    Help interpreting logs

    Hi guys

    I am slowly inching my way up to full E85. After my lpfp upgrade I have gone from E30 to E50.

    I see people talking about trims etc, but I am not sure what it is exactly that I should be examining. I look at the AFRs and they seem scary high to me. But then my past experience has been on Rotaries without E85 or Direct Injection, and as such have always aimed to be quite rich.

    A link to my E49 and E30 logs are below. I am not just asking you guys to look at them and tell me if its still safe to up the E85 content (of course please feel free to give me that as well) but on how I should be looking at the logs to determine this for myself.

    http://datazap.me/u/kabnine/e49-run-3?log=0&data=1-5

    http://datazap.me/u/kabnine/walbro-4...log=0&data=1-5

    I am running the Vishnu Beta Flex Fuel maps. (Fuel Flash and Procede Maps) with DCI, DPs and FMIC. No Meth. The pulls were done in 3rd gear in a 6MT. I live in Qld Australia, so ambient would have been somewhere around 77 degrees F maybe, if I did my conversion correctly.

    PS For those wondering, my stock clutch is still holding up.

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    Seems quite lean, do you also log DC injection times..... be interested to see them

    most E85 fueling maps and programs I have been seeing/reading (hundreds of them) are targetting Lambdas 0.81-0.83 WOT or around 12 or even lower on AFR's
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    Oh sorry, misread rpms are only 4000 or so... do a run to redline and LOG
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    Here is one to 6000 rpm. I have no idea how to tell if the Fuel Correction is good or bad or is even usable as a measure? I have compared some of the other logs out there and the AFRs seem to be in line, so 12.5 to 4500 then 12 or lower after that. Is there a way to tell if I am running out of fuel?

    http://datazap.me/u/kabnine/e49-run-5?log=0&data=1-6

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    Almost feel like we need a whole forum just for looking at logs.
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