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Default Differences between 3rd gear pull and drag pull - 08-03-2018, 10:19 AM

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Attached are 2 logs. A 3rd gear pull that looks pretty good to me and then a pull from a slight roll that goes from 1st-3rd. The pulls were done about 10 min apart and the 2nd one looks crappy to me. I probably should have started in 2nd instead of 1st (anyone know how to do that in automatic without putting it in Manual mode?) as it got slightly squirrelly at first. DSC is off for both pulls and in Sport mode.

I'm not sure why such a difference in logs. Sometimes, I'll have a cylinder that has some timing corrections, but not all the time.
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File Type: csv 2018-08-02 21_21_23_E36_3rd Gear.csv (6.9 KB, 96 views)
File Type: csv 2018-08-02 21_33_28_E36_1_2_3 Gear.csv (9.0 KB, 99 views)


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Default 08-06-2018, 03:15 PM

First log definitely looks better than the second one. Not really sure why either, but I don't think it's an issue cause multiple gear runs always do that.
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