muythaibxr wrote: Also, X-tau started out as a large table and a constant and it was nearly untunable.
don't suppose we could get a rpm range or limit on the regular ae? to turn it off say above 2000 rpm? be able to use ae as a low rpm assist without it buggering with eae up in the driving rpms.
weeblebiker wrote:If it does where is the limiting rpm field located?
my understanding is that both ae and eae is always on but ae is disabled for low to moderate acceleration by entering a high threshold; making ae usable for slamming the throttle open. but enter a low ae threshold and ae buggers with eae.
the one known solution for this issue with itbs is to build a manifold with fuel injectors as close as possible to the intake valves and further from the throttle plates.
weeblebiker wrote:I ASSUMED those 2 rpm points were used to range both ae and eae since they are in the select window and not in the ae wizard.
weeblebiker wrote:one last but important question.
what is the hierarchy of ve,ae, eae and accel pump ae as they affect injector pulse width?
muythaibxr wrote:should already be though I need to backport some fixes we made as well.
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