The Transient Throttle tables should be set up after the fuel and maps are correctly tuned for steady load running. Attempting to smooth out engine transients before the fuel maps have been optimised for steady state running may become confusing. ...
Tuning With No Load
You should also have the engine running at operating temperature before doing any tuning of the base maps. Go to the Engine Data Page at this point and check all the sensor inputs are reading correctly, and that the temperatures have stabilised ...
Applying Load to the Engine
WARNING To avoid engine damage, an engine should always be tuned rich then slowly leaned out until the desired AFR is reached. Always ensure that an engine is in good condition before performing any tuning. Watch coolant temperatures closely during ...
If you have access to a dynamometer, use it to apply load to the engine and increase the advance from a conservative value until peak torque is attained for every load and RPM point. Note: Avoid sustaining an engine under high load and engine speeds ...
Tuning Base Tables
Tuning Method Injection Time The fuel table contain the base injection time for the given load and RPM at which the engine is operating. The base fuel map has the greatest influence on the air/fuel (A/F) mixtures. With injection time tuning, you ...