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Default Best items to log? - 11-18-2021, 08:52 AM

Hi. I'm fairly new to the forum. I have a 2021 Accord Touring 2.0T. What are the best parameters to setup for the logs? I know you can see them all on the spreadsheet. Which gauges do yall run for live monitoring on the app? I've read all 27 pages on the Honda forum. I'm trying to get up to speed on this car. I'm not new to turbo cars. I've played with my GN since 2003. It's far from stock. I understand turbo tuning basics, but now I'm trying to self educate on Honda 2.0T. Thanks!


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Default 11-18-2021, 10:35 AM

I usually keep the following:
Map
RPM
Boost
AFR
IAT
Fuel pressure


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Default 11-18-2021, 10:37 AM

JB4 automatically logs all parameters.


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Default 11-19-2021, 06:40 AM

Thanks for replies. I know all parameters are logged. When looking at log graphs, which ones are most important? The graphs can get messy when too many parameters are added. I usually have ones Payam suggested on the live monitoring. What all items are the best to be displayed for the log graphs? Thx.


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Thanks for replies. I know all parameters are logged. When looking at log graphs, which ones are most important? The graphs can get messy when too many parameters are added. I usually have ones Payam suggested on the live monitoring. What all items are the best to be displayed for the log graphs? Thx.
Depends what you're trying to look for but I usually just click pro view on the top right corner and it gives me everything I need. However, not all parameters will populate I.E. AFR2 since these cars only have 1 AFR bank to read from the other is for V6/8 cars with dual O2 sensors.


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Boost, timing, AFR, and ign2 which is the Honda knock control value.


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