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Originally Posted by gavinc69 View Post

Biometrc Correction

Do you mean barometric?

MAT Density Table

Read up on Ideal Gas Law. This parameter can help a heatsoaked IAT sensor during hot restarts. You simply add say 5 to 10% additional fuel at a given temp point to keep the engine from going lean.

Injector Dead Time

This is key data that when dialed in correctly, should allow you to switch between different squirts per cycle or simultaneous or alternating squirts without having to retune the entire VE map. There's latency of when the injector opens and then fuel is injected. That's the dead time.

Trigger Wizard

If your crank trigger is off to timing light, adjust accordingly.

Dwell Battery Correction

As battery voltage decreases, injectors open slower (longer dead time), making it run leaner.

And vise-versa

Cold Advance

Fuel is slower to burn in really cold temps. Add timing to aid engine starting and maintaining running.
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