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You can try increasing the cylinder fill limits in those areas next.
I arrived to correct misinformation, and have been met with resistance by those who have no experience.
How many of these cars have you tuned?
I give up.
JFC, you know exactly what I'm referring to.
The primary sensor is still an oxygen sensor.
I do not need a lesson on how lambda feedback works.
I have never seen fueling not be right on target following a flash, once the O2 has actually...
I have never seen this. Once the sensor comes online and actually starts responding, it's always right on the lambda target.
They look like you've used fuel additives.
I think you're mistaking the note regarding the time delay until the primary O2 sensor actually comes online.
No, because of the extreme light weight.
The shift select rods have seals that can wear/leak.
RIP your turbo
Nope, no checks. I'm not on KTuner payroll at all.
I very well could have released the new basemaps for the FK8 as private-label off the shelf...
The biggest problem with a twin is the havoc it wreaks on the crank position signal.
TSP didn't contract me for anything; I lock everything on my own, off-the-shelf or custom, as most tuners that aren't fly-by-night operations do....
Yet, you list one of my locked files on your car. :P
That's a bit higher than the target; have a log of it to share? Please email it to me, and I'm happy to review it.
The maximum commanded boost...
That's a waaaaaay generalized statement that holds no basis in truth.