hjtrbo Posted November 10, 2021 Share Posted November 10, 2021 Hey, In HP there is this: and in PCMTEC the equivalent is this: I'm looking at a well behaved HPT e85 tune to get some pointers on getting my cold start better. It's quite impressive what he achieved without touching many tables at all. Obviously the stoich adjustment to 9.8:1 takes care of most of the fuel scaling in one hit. In PCMTEC I have this set still at 14.6:1 and it is not included in my flex parameters. Naturally, we have this for the flex configuration in the custom OS, auf100014 The question I have, does the above table scale the fuelling in the same way that adjusting auF0117 to 9.8:1 would if I was running a fixed e85 tune? I'm reading the e85 thread here for ideas and seeing some huge increases to crank fuel and crank fuel multiplier so I'm leaning towards that the fuel is not scaled with auF0117 like it would be if I was running a fixed e85 tune and dropped auF0117 to 9.8:1. Cheers. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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