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    13 First Data Log Stage 1 w/ SF

    Will someone look at my datalog to make sure it looks ok. Ive watched the Cobb videos and just have a questioning the DAM. They say it should be 1, but mine shows .81.

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    You're pulling timing globally via DAM. Something isn't right.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EJ257 View Post
    You're pulling timing globally via DAM. Something isn't right.
    Question,

    Why in his log is some Fine Knock learning a positive value? I thought it should always be a negative number that learns down to 0.
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    Quote Originally Posted by maus
    Question,

    Why in his log is some Fine Knock learning a positive value? I thought it should always be a negative number that learns down to 0.
    Because when IAM/DAM is less than full, the ECU will "test the waters" by adding timing back as a way to up the IAM/DAM.
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    Ok...so any suggestions to try??? My buddy thought our crappy 91 oct here in IA could be the culprit. I filled up with 93 oct (10% eth, because thats all we have) to see if i get any different results.
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    Were you using the 91 or 93 octane map???
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    Try & log the 91acn map.
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