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- Nov 28, 2019
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- Jakarta, Indonesia
- 2019 Honda Civic Hatchback
That's weird because my environmental factor is worst than when I tested last year. I did my test during raining season last year, when humidity was better than summer. Temperature in summer around 35 celcius during the day, which is the same as raining season, but humidity is far worst than raining season.Nothing was changed related to that, but I'm glad your environmental factors are favorable currently.
I flashed beta version because I had issue hitting boost target consistently with stable calibration and KTuner suggested beta calibration could give a more consistent result so I just gave it a shot. I was surprised finding partial throttle knock control raise now consistent between beta and the stable calibration when MAF is scaled, which is .54 max.
I didn't change my fuel and still buying fuel from the same station as last year. Fuel is definitely not a factor anyway because the same fuel would give different partial throttle knock control raise result just by switching between beta and stable calibration before the update.
So... no change with anything environmental related, the same calibration and MAF scale, no parts change, same oil brand and viscosity, & no gas station change. It's just weird if there is no change at all in firmware but the actual result is much different than before software update.