- Sep 11, 2017
Yup. Add a few clicks of global. Clean up VE, tune idle, then cruise.
Ok yes I am trying thats what I am trying to do. Use track in the VE table to track what cell is being used when wb factor is off and adjusting it appropriately. The main problem is I cannot get a complete 3rd gear pull because I am getting knock over 2 degrees triggering my cel so I abort the pull when I see it flash. Afraid to stay in it too much if its knocking that bad.WBFactor should be as close to 0 as possible. As long as your gauge matches what link says for afr then you should be able to dial that in. Turn track log on so you can see the point in the ve table where the afr needs adjusted and go from there.
Is it possible for a 3-4% rich mixture cause knock. I saw you can get knock from being too rich but I figured it would have to be really rich for that to happen.It 3-4% rich when it starts to pick up knock so I would keep dialing in the VE table. Where WBfactor is positive, increase the values in the those cells and lower where wbfactor is negative.
For the alternator, 12's is too low for my liking. You can try increasing the idle to see if that helps. Otherwise, yeah get a replacement. What brand is the alternator? Not sure if this will help you situation. Some install a heat shield between the alt and downpipe
Yes I did see there was an interpolate function however i am a little confused on how to use it and there is not much tutorials I have found that detail how to use it. Just people saying run it .Have you used the Interpolate option on your timing table to smooth it out?
I took a random timing log from a member and then ran the Interpolate and you can see the difference in the smoothness of the table afterwards.
I didn't know if you had tried this or not but wanted it to be known that it is available to use. Just "right click" on the table and you can easily smooth out all or just some.You must be logged in to view this image or video.
Here is YOUR timing table smoothed out, just for reference.You must be logged in to view this image or video.
No such thing, I live in Pennsylvania, our roads are probably the worst in the country with of course the highest taxes. Doesn't help that when I get around 5-6 the car gets uncomfortably unstable, feels like the front end is wondering left and right and the steering has more play if that makes sense. At 90 mph its a little nerve wracking to say the least. To the point I pretty much have to keep it in a straight line and can't even think of trying to change lanes. I think its a combination of torque steer along with the front end needing an alignment since I just did inner tie rods because I don't remember it being that bad before.Looking better. Find a good road .