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That's nearly a 20% increase on fuel within about 10-12C. It would probably run fat everywhere else.
Old 08-06-2016, 12:47 PM
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I have had fantastic results with these settings on "hot" restarts
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Hey xbmw, I tried to load your MAT air density values but TS says 150 is max limit. I have tried to set the temps to F on general settings to be able to copy your values but it still shows C as x-axis?

I think since I have maybe already used some other celsius based maps it wont allow me to change to F anymore (does not handle unit conversions on fly)?

I guess I just need to use google conversion to input the values.

Where do you have your temp sensor mounted so these work as meant?

Is there a way to tell tunerstudio to skip coolant stuff and switch to air cooled awesome_ness?
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the coolant temp (oil temp) referance is really for start up/ warm up. mat correction is more for performance and safety
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I noticed yesteday that my MAT density correction table ’estimated intake temp’ runs 10 celsius over my MAT sensor values? Anyone noticed the same?
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