Will increasing the load index columns benifit a NA engine?

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jgonzalezrt
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Will increasing the load index columns benifit a NA engine?

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If I increased the load index columns in the resolution table to say 13, 16, 20, or 24 columns instead of 10 for NA using the show boost tables would this give me more tuning options, less interpolation? I have played with the 13 column table and adjusted the load index to spead the the load evenly between the 13 columns, something like 26"mmhg-0.1.But I have not uploaded this to my ECU, just was playing around with the software. So my question again is will the give me more tuning options/benefits?
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Re: Will increasing the load index columns benifit a NA engine?

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May benefit in the low load/low rpm area, if u have overlap cams - different vacuum on deceleration vs stock cams, assuming yr (larger) injectors are linear at low pulse width
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Re: Will increasing the load index columns benifit a NA engine?

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Any one else have any thoughts on my question? Is there any benefit to having more than 10 load points for a NA engine? Hopefully hondata will chime in. Thanks in advance.
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Re: Will increasing the load index columns benifit a NA engine?

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Spunkster could you clarify this for me?
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Re: Will increasing the load index columns benifit a NA engine?

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It really will not help that much and just make you have to spend more time on the dyno getting every new load index correctly tuned.
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