At the request of the DTT masses.Post your tips here.
As always thank you for the reply. It is dead nuts on at 33 today, I think it needs to run longer then I was to set in the log file, I have to remember I was watching Live View and not a running log and I was shutting it down at 110C.bbrowncods said:LAF, Your IAC is good. It doesn't have to be axact. In fact the IID now compensates for what IAC is at idle. Mine varies between 28-34 depending on engine temp and outside air temp and pressure. Which makes sense.
89% BLM means the injector fires at 89% of what the calculated PW is (based on AFR map, Alpha-N map, and EFI inputs). So when you apply the BLM that changes the Alpha-N table, and then next time the calculated AFR is right on.
On the IID the Front BLM changes the Front Cylinder Trim Table and that table is a % of the rear actual PW (O2 sensor corrected).
I know you don't have the IID yet, but I would say that your IAC is good and go with that.
Hey LAF, and all you other TCFI junkies!!LAF said:Good info if I ever get, and give, and get, my upgrade :crying:
On a question on BLM Table. If the BLM is 89, what does that represent? Does that mean that in corresponding AFR table, for RPM and TPS, I am using 89% of that AFR ratio, which to me means it is running slightly rich? Or/Does it instead relate to the AFR/Alpha N Table?
Another IAC issue today, or should I say keep fixing it until it is broke.
Not that bad but wanted/needed to check and reset my IAC as it appeared to be running high, 35-42, consistent in the logs. Also wanted to Sea Foam the TB and look for black smoke and mainly to clean the plate and make sure it was working smoothly. Well the Doherty funnel insert, TB/plate, and inside body was dirty. Seems I need to oil the filter more or something.
Sea Foam Works!!!!! Followed directions, warmed it, easy as I was checking IAC, Held open the plate, scrub with old tooth brush, wash more down, let sit 5 minuets, fire it up, and they DO mean an open Area, and man what a sight. Mostly all white and did not look like a lot of carbon but smoke she did.
Shut it down let it cool and fired it up and no smoke and all seemed well put about 20 on it tonight no smoke and all seems well there.
GRRRRRRRRR IAC +SMSH+
Set it, ran it 3 times from cool to warm 96C or so and DEAD NUTS on 32 bouncing to 35 but staying at 32-32 consistent. It was cool here in PA and I was using two box fans to cool it as it heated up to 96-110C or so. I watched Live View THREE times and when the Cold changed to Warm Engine in the little window of Live View I was at 32 or so all three times and watched it, dead on the laptop on a chair at eye level. Even went as far on the last two to put the filter and end cap on the Doherty as I had once suspected the difference of the air ram of the Doherty, and nothing else, would change when a filter and the end cap is installed, nope all three times as I said above.
Ran 2 logs tonight and WTF, log showing IAC at 25-27 :wacko:
It takes FOREVER for it to reach 96C. DO I have to wait it of for the 160 sec setting to expire before I can ride? Will it set on a longer ride?
I will say I am on the base 95 map, only 20-25 miles, no front trim done yet have the rear cylinder offset to -1, dropped advance in 2000-2500 by 1% and 2750 by .5% to help smooth the map.
Strange thing is it seems to run well even at this stage of starting over, but this IAC drives me INSANE.