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Thread: 2017 Escape 2.0 help raise scheduled torque

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    2017 Escape 2.0 help raise scheduled torque

    Hey everyone, I've got a 2017 Escape 2.0 ecoboost and I've run into a wall, I can't get scheduled torque to raise. In the log, it won't go past 318 tq its pretty much flatlined, and it shows it 318 tq is what the car put out and shuts the throttle down a bit. I dont have a problem with the throttle shutting but I'd like to get a little more out of the engine.

    The pull was done in 2nd gear locked and it is running e85. Any help is great , thanks.

    Escape 2nd gear.hpt
    Escape lock 2nd gear.hpl

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    Rise driver demand , IPC Torque maximaum and LSPI Torque reduction
    2017 Taurus SHO downpipes, 3bar map sensor

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    All of those are already above what the log is showing, ie DD is set at 358 tq, LSPI set to 2.30 on nominal and HI . Would increasing those more really matter? I just don't want to go to high because I heard that if you ask for too much than it can create issues if the car can't actually achieve that number.

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    I would set a value of 2 in the entire tables for LSPI tables. Also rise the IPC maximum torque in the load 1.26, the torque values are close the engine torque. And in the DD interpolate the 60.2 pedal position.
    2017 Taurus SHO downpipes, 3bar map sensor