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Old 08-17-2011, 02:49 PM   #5
Cobb Tuning
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There's a learned correction at lower RPM that represents two past knock events, which may be nothing to be concerned about (it has started to learn in the other direction). If you are in the habit of going wide open throttle at very low RPM (<2000), I would avoid that are you are lugging the engine (not good and you may see knock events because of this). Downshift when you can. For logging purposes, start the run at 2500+ RPM.

Bill
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