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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick90lx View Post
    Here's a screen shot of my Coolant Temp Enrichment Tables.
    According to your engine temperatures, that won't disable Learning.
    As a side note, why is the entire A/F Ratio Offset Table completely zeroed?

    I may be waiting for warmer weather to make any more progress.
    I'd be using this cold weather to my advantage by tuning the colder cells (Startup & Coolant Temp Enrichment Tables, etc.).

    FYI: Average cruising temps on the drive with no compensation beyond 4000 rpm was 154° with a max of 170°.
    Again, I'm very curious as to what's causing the Learning to stop at 4000 RPM.
    When you find it, please inform us. The engine has been run higher than 4000 RPM, right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Danny Cabral View Post
    According to your engine temperatures, that won't disable Learning.
    As a side note, why is the entire A/F Ratio Offset Table completely zeroed?
    Those are the same numbers that came in the custom calibration and to be perfectly honest, there are so many holes in my understanding, I hadn't started adjusting them yet.

    I'd be using this cold weather to my advantage by tuning the colder cells (Startup & Coolant Temp Enrichment Tables, etc.).
    I hadn't looked at it like that, your exactly right.

    Again, I'm very curious as to what's causing the Learning to stop at 4000 RPM.
    When you find it, please inform us. The engine has been run higher than 4000 RPM, right?
    Yeah, I've been chasing it for awhile now.
    I assumed it was a setting that I had wrong but it also periodically doesn't log boost during a datalog.
    I wonder sometimes if there is a corrupted file in the Global Folder that could be causing issues.
    The car has been to 6200 rpm several times and often under 10-12 lbs of boost. When I figure it out, I'll update.

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