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Old 12-07-2007, 08:19 PM   #1
cooter
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Default Enginuity logger sample rate

To those in the know, is it possible to increase the sampling rate of the logger that comes with Enginuity. The reason I ask, is that I'm getting at least one count of knock around 5500-6000rpm. I know this because FLKC is dropping ~8 degrees of timing in this range. I know it's seeing knock, because in the "maximum" column in the live logger display for Knock Signal 1, there is a "1". However this "1" never shows up in the resulting log outputted by Enginuity.

On a 3rd gear pull, the average sampling rate is 1 sample per 0.31 seconds which on my car results in a data row every 280rpm. Just wanting to see if I can do something other than resorting to logging in a higher gear (100 mph at redline down a country road )
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Old 12-07-2007, 08:21 PM   #2
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Logging fewer items will increase the sample rate, so try to cut out some of the things you arent directly using, for example if you af is good then dont log air fuel correction and air fuel learning. if your boost tables are pretty steady then dont log wgdc. And if you know you have plenty of fuel dont log injector duty cycle. Just try to cut out some of the things your not directly using to interpret data
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