AFR Settings in SF

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DYNOWOG
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Re: AFR Settings in SF

Post by DYNOWOG » Thu Dec 27, 2007 6:36 pm

cliffyk wrote:
sniperpat469 wrote:any value less than 0 will be a - negative value .01,.1 ect.
any value before the decimal point 1.0 , 1.1 ect. is positive.

changing the slope dose affect the transfer function put the changes are not fine enough to use instead of changing the transfer function in most cases.


I think you meant values less than 1. I understand how it works; it's a multiplier, and fractional multipliers reduce the value of the product re: the multiplicand.

The legend should be changed to perhaps "<1.0 to lean" and ">1.0 to richen", having the negative and positive labels, and then having no negative or positive values is confusing...

actually what pat said makes sense

you have lets say 15:1afr comanded you multiply this with .9 you are now 10% ritcher as your desired afr is now 13.5:1

hope i did not add to the confusion

sniperpat469
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Re: AFR Settings in SF

Post by sniperpat469 » Fri Dec 28, 2007 9:41 am

You would need to use commando to adjust the maf transfer function.

Patrick
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