before you do anything, you need to calibrate your AFM. You are running really rich in WOT. IF you are using a Injen intake, I recommend the stock intake calibration over the Injens.janemar wrote: ↑Mon Oct 30, 2017 8:11 amHi Jun43 / Hondata Team,
Need help. So I venture to do the +9psi for my CVT. While viewing my datalog, I was surprised with the 14.7psi AFR while at 24psi boost, 100% T. plate, and around 4500rpm. On my little knowledge about tuning, this usually leads to piston ringland or piston itself melting...
1. Is this normal for DI gas engines to see 14.7 at high loads? I undrestand, flashpro needs to see a certain mg/cyl of air flow before switching the Fuel table from lean/cruising to WOT fuel table.
2. Should I go ahead and adjust the two tables/values below(encircled) so it will quickly switch to WOT rich fuelling table and save my engine from melting???
***tick use map to determine WOT?? It will sacrifice fuel economy, right???
***play with WOT determination table??
I've attached my datalogs for your review.
Thats oem behavior while building boost running lean. You can use map to determine wot if you don't want that to happen