Originally Posted by AB-737
Ok then I'm apparently reading two different ways on how to do this and getting "You're not understanding how this works" when I quote the other person.
I agree with you in disabling the closed loop system to dial in the car and then to re-enable it to keep things under control, that makes 100% perfect sense to me since I was already trying to tune it with TD enabled and was doing exactly what you were talking about I was chasing my tail.
I guess what I need to know is whats a good split between the min and max tables? Bad Noodle quoted 20... If thats a good rule of thumb then I have something I can work with and I can build my own tables with that number. Without having that number then I have no idea what to set the max at. I also see no reason in worrying about having that range large enough for TD to work with, since TD is a compensation so according to whats written on the table the TD control system should be able to add above what's in the MAX WGDC table but as noted the Thor's hammer of the LIMIT is the stopping point.
I believe Max WGDC includes all compensations except
for TD (IE: IAT, atmospheric pressure, etc).
I'd say start with a separation of 20, see how it works. If you find your WGDC goes out of control sometimes (it shouldn't if you have your initial table tuned well), you can try lowering max to put a cap on things.