Post Start Base Offset

Post Start Base Offset

This table sets an amount of  extra Base Output that is used to assist Idle Control in reaching the additional RPM added by the Post Start Target Offset. This is normally mapped to return to zero after a certain amount of time. Up to 3D mapping is available.

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