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    Power enrich delay even though there shoudlnt be?

    Can see if doesnt go into power enrich until 4100 rpm/68% pedal/148 kPa even though it should above 25% pedal?
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    where do you see the delay happen? during the 1st higher rpm section it hits around 50 tps % @4k which then enables PE and under that you dont go in PE because you havent met the actual tps enable %. the 2nd one hits way sooner because your tps is higher than the 1st one is at that given rpm. the PE tps enable is tps plus idle tps if i remember correctly so if you want it to happen at a lower tps enable you will have to lower the PE enable setting for tps enable. remove 10% and youll see it enter around the 40% mark probably if you repeat that first high rpm section again
    Last edited by TCSS07; 02-12-2020 at 03:50 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TCSS07 View Post
    where do you see the delay happen? during the 1st higher rpm section it hits around 50 tps % @4k which then enables PE and under that you dont go in PE because you havent met the actual tps enable %. the 2nd one hits way sooner because your tps is higher than the 1st one is at that given rpm. the PE tps enable is tps plus idle tps if i remember correctly so if you want it to happen at a lower tps enable you will have to lower the PE enable setting for tps enable. remove 10% and youll see it enter around the 40% mark probably if you repeat that first high rpm section again
    I think i didnt realize I had undid me earlier PE settings in a flash revision. Seems to be a little bit better
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    Factory Stock 97 SS M6 13.51 @ 104.3 mph
    Stock Longblock LS1 w/ 233/238 P.S.I. Cam
    10.81 @ 126.9 Full interior, six speed on 275 radials, a decade ago

    '99 TA trunk mounted 76mm 6 Liter
    9.0s in '09 @ 153 MPH

    Turbo 5.3 Volvo 740 Wagon
    32psi and still winding out 5th on the highway somewhere

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    yeah its much better this time as it went into pe around 42% instead of 50%. you'll just have to play around with the enable to get it where you want
    Last edited by TCSS07; 02-14-2020 at 07:22 AM.