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Regarding the current issues around the fuel cap in the DME, what about using the MAF sensor to adjust fuelling e.g. if boost value over X PSI, add X% to the value read by MAF. DME will think more air has been metered than has actually gone to the inlet manifold and therefore add more fuel, resulting in a richer mix? This may overcome the issue of a Load/Fuel limit in the DME tables?
The MAF isn't used at full throttle. You can unplug it all together, doesn't make any difference, other than triggering a MAF unplugged fault code.

What we need to really move the platform forward is the ability to change a few things in the flash file directly. Until then, we just have to make the best of what we can. Fortunately the JB4 provides us a lot of additional tools like the EWG control, WMI control, logging, etc, to push the boundaries as much a we safely can.


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