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Thread: Engine Indicated Torque & Inverse

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    Engine Indicated Torque & Inverse

    I have tuned few coyote engine with bolts on and never need to change the indicated engine torque and the inverse tables as its not needed unless heavily modified such as force induction. What about the ecoboost engines? Is it the same thing not to play with unless its gaining massive power? is it beneficially to be adjusted for just bolts on?
    Thanks for help
    1999 Mustang 5.4L 4V
    2002 Mustang Lightning 5.4L supercharged
    2015 Mustang GT
    2005 Expedition

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    It was not required to be edit much unless the characteristic of the engine output was changed alot.
    For a ecoboost with bolt-on only required to edit the mid to high-end part. By edit means fine-tuning, not increase in a large portion but a more logic torque after the bolt-on.

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    The torque in the indicated engine torque are in the high 500-600 lbft in the last row. Do I still need to make the changes where I just get 370 lbft at most in the logging? How would that benifit? Would these tables be limiters? Or it just improve the drivability?

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    i had trouble tuning focus RS till i fixed these tables.