Custom Tuning Step 3 of 3
by Michael Decipha Ponthieux
This page ONLY applies to those whom were directed here AFTER receiving a custom tune from me and have completed step 2.
Last Updated: 2018-02-13
WOT Fuel, Spark, and Load Scaling
Now that step 2 is complete and part throttle fuel and spark is dialed in, its time to dial in WOT.
If instructed to do a step 3 with a step 2 in one log skip on down to the line below, otherwise, go ahead and turn the ignition key on and plug the usb cable in, write the tune to the quarterhorse and then start the log BEFORE you crank the engine.
Let it sit and datalog until the engine reaches warm operating temperature, DO NOT TOUCH THE THROTTLE, once the engine has reach operating temperature
stop the log, zip it, and post it along with the second log we are about to make below (just like step 1 and step 2).
At this point, the engine should be at its normal operating temperature and likely has been idling for at least 10-15 minutes or so.
Remember, the engine has to reach warm stable idle (non surging) before dialing in fuel otherwise the datalog is useless
Now is the time to go for a WOT run, get on the interstate or some other straight highway thats safe to beat on the vehicle with no police, traffic, or wildlife around.
You will need a friend with you to watch the wideband gauge during this time.
Get to a remote area and slow down to 30mph, put it in 3rd gear and start the log, as soon as the log starts floor it WOT and hold it there until you reach your shift rpm or 6000 rpm,
all the while have your friend watch the wideband to see what AFR its reading from the beginning to the end of your "pull",
slowly coast back down to speed and pull over safely to stop the log, you can then post that log, don't forget to zip the log by right clicking and "send to" >> "compressed (zipped) folder.
IMPORTANT! ONLY DO 1 WOT LOG. IT IS NOT SAFE TO DO MULTIPLE WOT RUNS WITHOUT VERIFYING THE FUEL IS DIALED IN.
As always its a good practice to check for any coolant, oil, powersteering, or any other leaks underneath the car, pop the hood and make
sure nothing has come loose, just give it a good double over again like you did before. Let me know if you find anything amiss.
Post the log in your Private Tune Progress Thread.
After I review the log(s), I'll post back with a revision so we can proceed.
If you have any issues along the way don't hesitate to give me a shout on my mobile: five zero four six zero six zero five three two
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