Originally Posted by BlazeRex
Tip in takes time and practice to get right. But once you do, it drives much smoother with throttle changes.
Agreed. Often the tip-in effect is too fast to even capture in a log, it's really something you need to work on qualitatively with a high frequency permanent-install wideband and gauge. It can definitely be a PITA to tune...but it can make a big difference when it's not right.