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Old 03-04-2013, 07:23 PM   #1
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Default 2011 wrx accessport what to monitor? now w datalogs!

Hey guys I tried searching, but I have a 2011 wrx. I currently running the stage one 93octane tune.
My question what do I need to monitor to insure the safety of my motor?
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Old 03-04-2013, 10:45 PM   #2
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Just log the default parameters. Post the log on google docs and make it public and then post a link here if you want people to check it.
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Ok will do, thanks!
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There is a default setting on the AP for logging parameters. This is a great place to start. In the future if you are interested in some specific parameter you may need to enable it, but you should be fine using the default logging settings.

The more important parameters to pay attention to at your tune level are (in no particular order):
-AF Learning values (#1 is what the currently applied value is. A, B, C, and D are what the stored values are for the four different ranges)
-Fine Knock Learning
-Feedback Knock Correction
-Boost
-AF Sensor Ratio (this is not accurate in open loop [WOT], you need a WB for that)
-Dynamic Advance Multiplier (this should be 1 all the time)
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RPM and Injector Duty Cycle and TPS% to finish off the list.
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RPM and Injector Duty Cycle and TPS% to finish off the list.
I was not giving a list of parameters to log, just a list of the more important parameters the AP will log using the default settings. I did assume that looking at RPM and TPS were a given.

I do not think IDC in a stage 1 WRX is really a concern. You already know that the car is within the capacity of the fuel system at the stage 1 level. A really good running stage 2 car could be limited the stock fuel system though.
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Hey guys I tried searching, but I have a 2011 wrx. I currently running the stage one 93octane tune.
My question what do I need to monitor to insure the safety of my motor?
Hi there. Check out our data logging video below for details on how to get a good data log (if you can do so safely). You can use the default logging set for this purpose.


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ok just installed my SF intake. Running the 93+sf tune(normal wastegate)
did the tests as described in video above. Anyone give me input on these readings?
https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B5GO...it?usp=sharing

same exact setup did a second pull
https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B5GO...it?usp=sharing
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ok just installed my SF intake. Running the 93+sf tune(normal wastegate)
did the tests as described in video above. Anyone give me input on these readings?
https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B5GO...it?usp=sharing

same exact setup did a second pull
https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B5GO...it?usp=sharing
Logs look good. Enjoy!

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Thanks bill!!
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