|Posted on Wednesday, February 29, 2012 - 04:07 pm: ||
Is anyone datalogging and remapping their fueling using TunerPro RT? It looks like the history tables are a useful way to adjust fueling.
The history table basically shows the front and rear cylinder fuel maps being updated with whatever data filter you select (historical avg, running avg, std deviation, min, max, etc.). The values displayed are adjustments made to the stock fuel maps by the ECM during runtime, correct? Would it be safe to assume that either the historical average or running average tables would be useful for fine tuning the ECM's static map? These history tables remind me of the VE Analyzer in Megalog Viewer...
I posted this on Buelletinboard as well but nobody has responded. So far, the only person that has has been Mark, the author of TunerPro himself!