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Old 06-16-2016, 06:31 PM   #1
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My first base tune with ceddymods, a few questions?

I installed my 560cc and used ceddymods to tune. After my first reflash; that's with changing from 450 to 560 in the flow block cell and also changing deadtime latency to its correct input. I have not yet made any changes to the A/F table or idle tuned.

However, I now have a P0446 cel. Come to find out, its a known issue; or . Has anyone yet resolved this issue? I am really needing to use ceddys knock count threw the check engine light. But if the check engine light is already on because of P0446, I don't know if it will function correctly?

I am learning evoscan, to help with tuning. However, I have done a few decent pulls in the car, just to see if there were any immediate issues. While under full load, with boost set to 18psi, I was running about 10.3 to 10.5 AFR. This seems pretty healthy, and I don't really see the need to make any changes in ceddymods to tune for a better AFR, should I just leave it alone? I do see possible issues if I have any other problems once I start to datalog; such as knock, injector duty cycle, ect. I just figured, if I don't have any of those issues, I wont tune for WOT afr, maybe the turbo(T28) and injectors are close enough to stock that the computer can make the proper adjustements?
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