LML E86b 100mm3 limit?

Jakezed22

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Working on getting Camaro swap LML making some decent power.

I can’t seem to get past a 100mm3 fuel limit.

I am logging: Calculated fuel rate

If I unplug the MAF it will limit to 95.9mm3

I would post the tune but it’s deleted so I don’t think that’s allowed. Let me know if I can and I will.
 

Jakezed22

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Heres tune and a log from this morning, im probably missing some parameters. feel free to critique please and thank you.
 

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Jakezed22

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Had a guy review for me and he pointed out that i completely missed both transient tables. Not sure why i had it in my head that they didnt need modified. Hopefully that solves it.
 

JoshH

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First thing I would try is go into the fuel limiters tab and anything that is a " fuel reduction factor" table, set the whole table to 1 just to make sure it's not one of those causing a limit.
 

Jakezed22

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First thing I would try is go into the fuel limiters tab and anything that is a " fuel reduction factor" table, set the whole table to 1 just to make sure it's not one of those causing a limit.
Thank you, I was wondering about those I know some are set to 1. I will review and se the rest.
 

2004LB7

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Some of those multiplayer or compensation tables can suffer from the divide by zero error. So putting a positive number in is always good for that. And a 1 is good for keeping your main table exactly at the amount in the main table
 
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