Originally Posted by bchslap
sweet! so I did it right? LOL
I thought I pissed the hours away!
So, I guess, this increase in the MAF table that I need to change would, in essence, "add" fuel, or richen it up, for that given example?
btw, Excel 2007 blows goats. The "dots" are little diamonds. I had to reduce the size to "2" for the dots, just to make the scatter plot less muddy. Still sucked, tho, but workable. I hate Vista more and more each day.
Drop the opacity of the diamonds to about 50%
Yup, if the correction is positive, the ECU is adding fuel to hit the target AFR. If you tell the ECU more air is coming in, it'll add more fuel and hit the target to begin with and not have to rely on corrections.
BTW, plot your modal correction values. Then compare them to the 3 types of fueling error I talked about earlier in the thread. I haven't graphed it, but I think you'll see something.