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Nor how cowardly and rude it is to delete posts that are part of a conversation thread. If anyone has a copy of the above to restore, that'd be great, thanks.

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LPGo wrote:
1 ve table as lean as possible
1 ve table as long as possible on stoich even at boost
1 ve table going immidiatly lower then stoich

if you want you can connect the 3 ignition tables also...

ve table 1 + igniton table 1 (low advance)
ve table 2 + ignition table 2 (slightly higher)
ve table 3 + ignition table 3 (most advance)...

isn't this what you want???


Not at all
I never mentioned anywhere about being leaner than stoich that I recall. I only stay around stoichmetric, I'm not interested in trying to lean out the motor to get better fuel econemy.
I think we are always learning, I don't know how to code a ecu at all yet. I appluad you for being able to do that. Now in terms of what you were talking about, I don't have a interest in mutiple fuel tables in inj pw tuning for a street car. I am more interested in a true ve system that defines the engines ability to breath. Once you define that than changing fueling is nothing but another math problem internal in the ecu. Of course you still have to factor everything and in the end you are still sending a inj pw out to the injector, but for the tuning end I'm not setting up a ing pw map.

Which makes me wonder why VE systems don't have more than one commanded fuel table instead.

NEarly all the car manufactures use VE based systems. Maybe not honda still but a lot of them do, dodge, chevy, ford, vw, bmw, mistushibi, subaru, nissan, etc do it.


Sat May 23, 2015 3:44 am
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Good post, Hentai! You're right that we're always learning. Unless we start our thread with "don't tell me, I'm not interested"... as someone might have done...

Thanks to you, his posts in this thread have been restored! I really appreciate it! Discontinuities in reading are extremely annoying.

Thanks to him, I enabled the edit time limit, so such tantrum edit-deletions shouldn't be an issue in future... Apologies to bonafide editors.

Fred.

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