"There is still some ignition learning that the ECU can do beyond the IAM (Coarse). The IAM is a single value that is applied across the board to all load and rpm sites. Once the IAM is learned, the fine ignition learning takes place. This will be smaller increments that are applied across an 8x8 matrix in the load/rpm table. The only way to very quickly establish all your fine learning it to make sure you hit all load points at all rpms - which is hard to do on public roads."
Can we see this fine learning on our delta dash? The IAM w/ DD is a breeze, you know if you have it or not. I always check before a race as I've seen it dump down to 0 before, not where you want to be before a race.
Interesting on the fine learning. I'm guesing if your not at 16, you'll never get to the fine learning? If you dip below 16 do you lose the fine learning you gained?
I do know that if your at 0 it can take forever to get it back up- better to start w/ a reset to 8.