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Thank you. Any other undocumented tips regarding the xdf?
The same applies to the ignition maps. Left/Right, not Cold/Warm. "Ignition Delta" isn't. May as well delete it from the xdf.The "Speedo Correction" scalar is wrong. I don't know what it does, but it certainly doesn't correct the speedo.
Chrisfer-Comparing your xdf with my V9 bin it looks like everything is basically identical with one exception. Look at the values in the ignition idle drivetrain disengaged table. Compared to the adjacent rpm slots, 2500 rpmís value appears radically out of context. This bin is the stock unmodified bin. Iím stumped as to why at this point.
There is no Ignition Left and Ignition Right.
"Speedo Correction" correct the speed for internal calcul, but not for display...
Just don't touch this table.
I had no plans to change the table. Iím concerned about the one huge step on one cylinder and not the other. It would appear to be an incorrect value. That anomaly doesnít appear in the V7III bin - only the V9. The V7 and V9 are similar enough to lead me to believe in may be a mistake in my bin. Iím supposing that the cpu interpolates values between steps and surrounding steps in a way that mutes such a large single stepís value. Thoughts?
For the sake of discussion can you elaborate on your disagreement?
. My Roamer has a monumental step when rolling on the throttle when negotiating a roundabout for example. Does any of your research give a clue if this down to less than perfect mapping?PS I've I've taken the throttle cable slack out and am still educating my right hand 🤛🤛🤛
Fortunately, it can be overcome by some tweaking of correction tables.
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