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This is a discussion on AP Datalogging Help. within the Tuning: Electronic Engine Management forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; I ran a Datalog yesterday on a 03 Bugeye Completely Stock Stage 1 tune, I watched this one COBBTUNING Video ...

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    AP Datalogging Help.

    I ran a Datalog yesterday on a 03 Bugeye Completely Stock Stage 1 tune, I watched this one COBBTUNING Video on Nasioc about datalogging and how-to's. So pretty much I started on 3rd gear, 2500RPM and Ran it all the way to redline and stopped the datalogging from there as the video said. & Now i took a quick look on my datalong, The video indicated to look for these 5 things. 1. A/F Learning 1, 2. Boost, 3. DAM, 4.Fine Knock Learning, 5.Feedback Knock Correction. SO basically numbers 1.,4.,and 5. arent showing on my DataLog. its all showing 0's. Any thoughts?

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    1: you may not have driven around enough for it to populate with any value
    4/5: you want them to be zero
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    Quote Originally Posted by EJ257 View Post
    1: you may not have driven around enough for it to populate with any value
    4/5: you want them to be zero
    Thanks a lot! That cleared a lot of my concern!


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