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Old 11-29-2012, 12:01 PM   #23
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2002 PSM Sedan
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Originally Posted by lukeskywrx View Post
All the warmup fueling is based on static compensations so if your injectors are big the numbers are off. After a min or so fueling correction begins so I usually find that it gets into a loop of overcorrecting because the initial starting point is off. The cranking is not the problem if the car turns over, it is the warmup fueling/decay tables.

Try bumping up your latency by 5-10% across the board I have found that helps out significantly on most cars.
Can you give me an example with the warm-up/decay tables in ECUflash/Romraider?
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