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Default 10-28-2016, 04:18 PM

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Originally Posted by MHD
Terry, do you think the error in the Cobb fuel tables may be also a source of misfires? Sounds like adding fuel via PI helps compensate their error in the fuel tables.
It looks like the mixed up tables were fuel bank2 and fuel superknock. Fuel bank2 isn't a table that is used on the platform as far as I can tell. But the fuel superknock would come in to play if the DME was unable to quiet down timing drops by reducing advance. Since that table was mislabeled we all had it matched up with the primary fuel table eliminating that extra preignition safety margin. So it's good that its fixed. One more reason to ditch Cobb. But, I don't think it has any relationship to the notorious N55 high boost misfires.


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