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What a/f do you guys shoot for?

Target says 14.7. Datalog is around 13.5.

Should I Raise the low cam to around 14.7 and the high cam to 13.2?
It depends, there is partial throttle and full throttle still in low cam.

On cells 1-3 would shoot for that 14.7-15.0

On cells 4-6 would start shooting for that 14.3-14.7 range.

On cells 7-10 would start shooting for a 13.2-14.0 range. When you have cell 9 and 10 you wanna be around the 13.2-13.0 range.

Its kinda hard to explain exactly what im saying. But you will understand and you just want it to be smooth transitions.
 

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It depends, there is partial throttle and full throttle still in low cam.

On cells 1-3 would shoot for that 14.7-15.0

On cells 4-6 would start shooting for that 14.3-14.7 range.

On cells 7-10 would start shooting for a 13.2-14.0 range. When you have cell 9 and 10 you wanna be around the 13.2-13.0 range.

Its kinda hard to explain exactly what im saying. But you will understand and you just want it to be smooth transitions.
I understand that.

Whats the best way to tune for partial throttle?
 

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I understand that.

Whats the best way to tune for partial throttle?
Going through datalogs, because there is 0*,10*,20*,30*,40* and 50* low cams. So you have to tune 6 low cam maps, you have to lock each and every degree starting at 50* then copy the fuel maps, paste onto the 40* map and so on and so on. By doing the copying it will make fuel adjustments pretty minimal from cam angle to cam angle.
 

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Going through datalogs, because there is 0*,10*,20*,30*,40* and 50* low cams. So you have to tune 6 low cam maps, you have to lock each and every degree starting at 50* then copy the fuel maps, paste onto the 40* map and so on and so on. By doing the copying it will make fuel adjustments pretty minimal from cam angle to cam angle.
Gotcha. Thanks.

Do you use lambda overlay?
 
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