I tried EAE with the lag...no way.... kills me instantly with the threshold at 100. I suppose I could try upping that, but why wouldn't it simply kill me then?
Anyway, EAE on and looking at the log it does a very nice job of keeping AFR very close to target, except when I come off the throttle and the MAP plummets. Just like before, so I'm ready to tackle this now. Looking at log, I notice this:
- My WALLFUEL1 variable bottoms out with a slowly declining throttle and MAP and then I go very lean
- While my MAP is between 30 - 40, the WALLFUEL1 keeps falling (though not bottoming out) and I go a bit lean
- When MAP drops quickly, WALLFUEL1 peaks down, but recovers, and I get the BIG lean spike
So, using the above posted advice, it looks to me like I should be adjusting the lower MAP end of the sucked-from-walls curve downward. The < 40kPa area looks like it needs to be very flat, same as the 40 kPa values. Should the same logic apply to the added curve? Should that be very flat at the < 40 kPa zone? Am I on the right track by trying this? Thanks.