LT401Vette wrote:How would you see that working?
You would need to assume all other corrections and your VE table are correct, then capture data at various IAT's.
There would likely be a good deal of room for error.
And typically it seems when the default Gair correction doesn't work properly, I find that the deviation is not consistent. It is related to other conditions such as heat soak on the IAT sensor.
HidRo wrote:Phill, isn't the out of the box MAT correction values all 0's??
I've just opened the MSQ that comes with 3.2.1 firmware, and it's all set to 0's.
Should we just leave it at that?
pit_celica wrote:In MS, the temperature of reference for the MAT correction function is 70°F. At this temp, Gair will be at 100%. If at any other air intake temp Gair is still at 100% (because you are using a non-linear MAT correction curve by example), this means that the air density factor is disabled from the fuel equation.
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