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Thread: Very Lean On Deceleration

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    Thanks, Danny & 81 Trans Am! I'll check these things out. Both RoC values are currently set at 7. How do I rescale the MAP kPa scale?

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    Quote Originally Posted by skizot722 View Post
    Both RoC values are currently set at 7.
    You might need to lower them.

    How do I rescale the MAP kPa scale? (MAP kPa & RPM Axis Configuration/Tuning Information)
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    Thanks Danny.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danny Cabral View Post
    Unless your engine can decelerate in that area of the Base Fuel Table.
    I looked at his datalog, and he never went below 20 kPa.

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    I checked out the Learn Table, and it does have some cells filled in on the 18 kPa row, so I think I will resize it down to 18. I've attached the current Learn Table.

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