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    I saw it only at idle and it was way off - never saw full throttle Post log
    At idle it’s was -20
    u people need to relax form what I saw I’m correct —- log was idle only
    Last edited by paulsmithsr; 01-20-2020 at 07:12 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paulsmithsr View Post
    I saw it only at idle and it was way off - never saw full throttle Post log
    At idle it?s was -20
    u people need to relax form what I saw I?m correct ?- log was idle only
    Either your scanner is jacked up or you are trolling us. The OP posted two logs in his original post... both of which are 90% filled with +20% LTFT and additional STFT, both positive! It's like you would have to look intently for negative trims.

    Based on your comment directed at me and the OP: "you are wrong, don't give advice...." the way you speak like "u people" ... as well as your need to be right even when you're wrong.. This says a lot about your personality.

    Here ya go... Two screenshots of idle from each log showing Positive Fuel Trims. @ WOT it's the same.. You do know what positive and negative is right?
    Idle1.JPGIdle2.JPGIdle3.JPGIdle4.JPG
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    ok I just did update and now I can see whole log-- before was just idle ? sorry maybe my scanner was messed up from what I can see now at full throttle his going into PE
    and its commanding .84 and wide bands show .87 and its adding 19% so yes its off but only .3 from commanded ———-look at first full,throttle hit this is what I’m looking at
    Last edited by paulsmithsr; 01-21-2020 at 01:37 AM.

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    only .3, hmm. giggle. OP, listen to Murfie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by murfie View Post
    Those intakes are supposed to be no tune required. If the insert has been removed, multiply the maf transfer by 1.4. Add MAF period to your channels an relog.
    I did multiply the non ghost cam tune by 1.4 and fuel trims are much better. Thank you so much for your advice its very appreciated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paulsmithsr View Post
    I saw it only at idle and it was way off - never saw full throttle Post log
    At idle it’s was -20
    u people need to relax form what I saw I’m correct —- log was idle only
    no?

    LOL you were wrong, accept it. Think twice before you post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paulsmithsr View Post
    I saw it only at idle and it was way off - never saw full throttle Post log
    At idle it’s was -20
    u people need to relax form what I saw I’m correct —- log was idle only
    What do you mean..."u people"???

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    Aside from the entire tune adding fuel over the whole RPM range, the difference between bank 1 and 2 could indicate a header leak before the sensor, or a header leak combined with an air leak after the MAF. Bad coil packs would cause a misfire and you would notice it or set a DTC. If no leaks post-maf then the maf might be mounted on a bigger tube than calibrated for.

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    This is not a tune issue but a mechanical/hardware problem. Too many people blame tuners for their own mistakes