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This morning I did some data-logging with HPTuners up and down the highway.  I am still learning the software, so feel free to make suggestions. I grabbed these screen shots of a couple of points: (click on the image for a zoom-in version, then hit back to come back): What the first screenshot shows is [...]

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Bruce

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This morning I did some data-logging with HPTuners up and down the highway. I am still learning the software, so feel free to make suggestions. I grabbed these screen shots of a couple of points: (click on the image for a zoom-in version, then hit back to come back): What the first screenshot shows is [...]

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Bruce,

I noticed a REAL SMALL bit of spark retard...

I wonder if that had anything to do with lowering the maximum boost...

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The STS-V pulls timing at high IAT2s, so that seems a given and suggests that the V will do better in cold weather.

The actual data file is 48K samples over 15-20 min. I am trying to get a good way to video the output or something to analyze. Working with Trackvision and the HpTuners output at the moment to see if I can get something captured to video that would show the datalogged dash data over time.

Bruce

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