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Old 04-01-2005, 10:36 PM   #1
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2005 WRX Sedan (STX)
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Default Rescaling X&Y Axis (Ecutek/StreetTuner)

When rescaling the x and y axis on the ST maps, is it ok to have, different scales for relating axis on the maps?

Is it ok to have the knock correction load axis slightly different than the Base ignition map load axis?

Do any of the map axis need to match up?

Does the ECU look up each map seperately and then add or subtract values against each other, or does the ecu need to look up common cell sites to work effectively?
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