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      04-23-2012, 11:55 AM   #3
SpartanGA
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Ok, I talked to Robert @ Vishnu and wanted to summarize the conclusion.

apparently 10400 is a code in regards to the throttle angle/position sensor and it throws it because it doesnt correlate with manifold pressure (something like that). They will address it in the new map that is under development (no, I didnt ask the ETA on the new map).

My OBD scan was just a generic code. So forget it.

I figured out the data analysis and templates easy enough. I have to go do a new run in 3rd gear. I only did a full throttle 1st and 2nd. So my boost barely hit 14, but my autotune boost is at 15.8. It did shoot to 18 during shifts...

I do have the annoying problem of my Windows 7 laptop disconnecting from Procede randomly