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      02-27-2014, 09:50 PM   #1
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Cobb First Log - Please Review

This is my first attempt at logging, so please let me know if I'm missing anything. This was a 2nd - 3rd gear pull. It looks like I have some correction in Cylinder 5 as my IAT temps rise. I'm assuming this is normal? The boost feels great, no error codes to speak of and car pulls hard!

http://www.datazap.me/u/darkrider/2n...=0&data=1-8-20
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This is my first attempt at logging, so please let me know if I'm missing anything. This was a 2nd - 3rd gear pull. It looks like I have some correction in Cylinder 5 as my IAT temps rise. I'm assuming this is normal? The boost feels great, no error codes to speak of and car pulls hard!

http://www.datazap.me/u/darkrider/2n...=0&data=1-8-20
To get useful feedbacks make sure you press 100% on the gas pedal
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To get useful feedbacks make sure you press 100% on the gas pedal
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Need a WOT pull of ~2500rpms to redline if possible
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Any worries about triggering the kick-down switch under the gas pedal, or just mash it?
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Practice pressing the pedal until you feel the click from the kickdown. After a couple of times you can tell when to stop right before the kickdown.
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Practice pressing the pedal until you feel the click from the kickdown. After a couple of times you can tell when to stop right before the kickdown.
+1 just keep trying eventually youll get it down
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