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Old 11-15-2007, 06:03 PM   #1
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Default Enginuity Knock load range

I wanted to see if I should scale up my fine and rough correction load range in enginuity. They are currently set around 2g/rev, I see up to 2.7g/rev so far so should I scale them to somewhere around 3 or leave them where they are?
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Old 11-15-2007, 07:01 PM   #2
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I suggest setting the upper load of both fine and coarse correction above your peak load.

You might also shift the fine correction load columns up a tad.
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I suggest setting the upper load of both fine and coarse correction above your peak load.

You might also shift the fine correction load columns up a tad.
Cool, I actually looked at an 02 sti map and saw that the max load on the timing and fuel was 2.8, and the max load on the fine and coarse was 2.7, so I assumed that it should be taken up

What does coarse correction do? I have seen the fine correction in action, not sure on the coarse correction though
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Coarse is your advance multiplier.
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