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      07-05-2012, 03:07 PM   #23
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Hell, run 3 gals of E85 to 12 gals of 91 and put the S1 Aggressive map back on. Should run just fiiiiiiiine. E85 is amazing. Make sure you log your LTFT's/STFT's to make sure they are not exceeding 34%(max).
Yeah, thought of that, but this car is my daily driver and don't plan to run aggressive all the time. So I'll just run S1 Aggressive from time to time.
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this is very helpful

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Nice update!! The update which shows the timing corrections and how to fix is pretty much what I had to do.. Car runs great!..

Should make this a sticky??
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Nice update!! The update which shows the timing corrections and how to fix is pretty much what I had to do.. Car runs great!..

Should make this a sticky??
A sticky would be nice
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Thanks Rader for doing this. It was such a huge help to me. It made something very complicated seem more understandable. Thanks for the hard work and commitment. It is appreciated.
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Rader awesome thread, I'm a newbe to the forum and Cobb tuning.This really helps me understand what the some of the other threads were talking about.Excited getting my Cobb AP tommorow Hope all goes well and get some good runs and data logs.
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Awesome thread, bumping so I can find on ipad App and add to favorites

Glad to see on a bad first log attempt I can still those "normal" numbers and everything is running good on my 1day old stg1 aggressive ST!! Loving it

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Sooo yeah NO idea where to put this but can anyone take a look at my charts I have no idea what I'm looking at and I know its nowhere near as pretty as other charts, but maybe someone can spot something I can't.

I'd love to know if its ok to move to Stage1 aggressive and if everything is running ok on Stage1.





Both are the same figures just one was done on excel the other on the vdyno. DTC totally inactive.

Again sorry if they suck
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It would be a lot better if you could attach the files as either a txt or zip.
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It would be a lot better if you could attach the files as either a txt or zip.
ok 1 sec. I'll put up the few I attempted.

I did 6 "runs" I think dl.4 or 5 was just normal driving.
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ok 1 sec. I'll put up the few I attempted.

I did 6 "runs" I think dl.4 or 5 was just normal driving.
When getting a log all you really need is just getting a single gear pull or two. You don't need to get the car driving normally(unless you're having an issue you're trying to isolate.)

As far as the logs go, you're having some timing corrections but nothing too serious. You are having some overboosts happening that's causing some throttle closures, that's something you'll probably want to take care of. Here's a thread on dealing with boost overshoots http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=792736
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When getting a log all you really need is just getting a single gear pull or two. You don't need to get the car driving normally(unless you're having an issue you're trying to isolate.)

As far as the logs go, you're having some timing corrections but nothing too serious. You are having some overboosts happening that's causing some throttle closures, that's something you'll probably want to take care of. Here's a thread on dealing with boost overshoots http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=792736
Thanks a lot truly appreciate it! Should have seen my first attempt at a log, I left it logging for like an hours worth of driving

Is the overboost/ timing corrections something a novice can do? I'm looking at the thread and while I feel like you'd probably be able to fix your car if given the same issues in 20 minutes. I'm guessing it will take me significantly longer

Also with the over boost/timing is that something you'd advise me to completely remove the cobb or not proceed trying stage1 aggressive until I'm able to adjust it within AP or are both these issues somewhat minor and can be dealt with over a couple of weekends of learning and playing with the ap software?

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Thanks a lot truly appreciate it! Should have seen my first attempt at a log, I left it logging for like an hours worth of driving

Is the overboost/ timing corrections something a novice can do? I'm looking at the thread and while I feel like you'd probably be able to fix your car if given the same issues in 20 minutes. I'm guessing it will take me significantly longer

Also with the over boost/timing is that something you'd advise me to completely remove the cobb or not proceed trying stage1 aggressive until I'm able to adjust it within AP or are both these issues somewhat minor and can be dealt with over a couple of weekends of learning and playing with the ap software?
It's nothing serious or anything that could cause damage. It's definitely fine to do a little learning and adjusting while driving it. The timing corrections are nowhere near bad enough to be a major concern. The throttle closures are not that bad, and shouldn't be too hard to eliminate.

If you need ANY help just shoot me a PM and I'll try to help you as much as I can.
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Ok quick WOT question.

I'm attempting to log a WOT log sitting around 2500 RPMs with my cobb in my hand I select data logging under performance, wait till I'm ready, hit OK, then I wait about 2seconds and floor it. Why is it not logging? From what I've read you hit ok RIGHT before accelerating
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Ok quick WOT question.

I'm attempting to log a WOT log sitting around 2500 RPMs with my cobb in my hand I select data logging under performance, wait till I'm ready, hit OK, then I wait about 2seconds and floor it. Why is it not logging? From what I've read you hit ok RIGHT before accelerating
For some people depending on what channel you're displaying on the screen it has an issue with logging. Try viewing charge air temps and then press "OK" to start logging.
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Ok quick WOT question.

I'm attempting to log a WOT log sitting around 2500 RPMs with my cobb in my hand I select data logging under performance, wait till I'm ready, hit OK, then I wait about 2seconds and floor it. Why is it not logging? From what I've read you hit ok RIGHT before accelerating
on my AP, displaying boost doesn't work when logging. I use IAT as my on screen display.
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Can anybody clearly say the full list what has to be set for logging.
Also I did log from begining of 2nd gear to 3rd redline. When I connected to pc through VD I saw just from 800 rpm to 950 rpm what the hell?
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Can anybody clearly say the full list what has to be set for logging.
Also I did log from begining of 2nd gear to 3rd redline. When I connected to pc through VD I saw just from 800 rpm to 950 rpm what the hell?
std default list and dont change to metric. basically ALL DEFAULT.
logging in 2nd is useless.
Do a 3rd gear from 1500 rpm to redline, shift and do part of 4th than STOP the logging. Start the logging just before going WOT. Of course disable completely the traction control and try to find a flat straight road in very good conditions.
What you saw in vd is probably failed logging from your part.
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std default list and dont change to metric. basically ALL DEFAULT.
logging in 2nd is useless.
Do a 3rd gear from 1500 rpm to redline, shift and do part of 4th than STOP the logging. Start the logging just before going WOT. Of course disable completely the traction control and try to find a flat straight road in very good conditions.
What you saw in vd is probably failed logging from your part.
Thank you very much really appreciate...
Can I do in metric or it has to be MPH?

Also can I do just full 3rd gear or i need at least a bit of 4th to see how shifting goes?
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Can I do in metric or it has to be MPH?

Also can I do just full 3rd gear or i need at least a bit of 4th to see how shifting goes?
if you want help here use std. values. do 4th as well to see post shift timings. just follow my directions
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