Sweet, that was my plan as well. Dial it in to almost perfect frequently, then back off to every couple days/once a week once I get that mean line hovering around zero (with the little random peaks and valleys).gtfrede07 wrote: ↑Wed Aug 21, 2019 11:03 amMy initial setups are just as yall are doing. Once I feel I am close I will maybe do it once a week. Once I think its perfect Ill make a change once a month maybe. It always proves to me it cant be "perfect" lol. But I try to get it as close as possible. My last upload has taken about 2 months of daily use to get to -5% long term. I may end up leaving it the way it is to allow for colder ambient temps to hit that are coming to midwest soon. As this will make the trims start to go more positive or closer to zero.
As far as the rich lean and damaging question....as long as your changes arent overly dramatic the car will more or less take care of itself via fuel trims.
Car is so far running great, every adjustment I make seems to smooth the acceleration out a tad more. hopefully it's not my butt-dyno misreading lol
I am going to do a datalog of my commute home today and post up the trims. If they are close to smooth I'll give it a few days and redatalog.
I have also started to do multiple datalogs of the same adjustments to see what is a real blip above/below 0%, and what is a fluke. If i see the similar patterns at similar AFM.v, I make the adjustment.