I've only been to the track twice. My avg 60ft time is 1.9 sec. I understand from looking at other's times that my time sucks. I'm sure it is my driving and not the car that is the issue.
Yeah I thought about you when I was looking at those. Man your car must be insane to drive.Oh hell, my torque demand tables go up to 590 lbs. LOL.
Mainly just changing boost pressure a lb at a time, and keeping looking for the sweet spot with shifts. Think I've got dialed in pretty good. Car runs good, I monitor engine torque and will see 500+ with 21 22 lbs of boost which is plenty.Yeah I thought about you when I was looking at those. Man your car must be insane to drive.
Hey what are the recent changes to the tranny you've made? I know you said you've been playing with that since you showed me your tune. Just curious.
I,ve made a few changes to the waste gate tables, along with all the limiters being raised. Goes a long way to making more power, and I know I push the chargers to the limit.But that doesn’t mean you will get 600 ftlb of torque. The torque tables are there to model the power train. But you are constrained by the limits of the turbochargers and other aspects that are in the speed density calculations the ECM performs. When EcoBoost tuning first became popular everyone was trying to figure out how to keep the throttle blade open. The Tuning School had a convoluted way of adjusting the WGDC table and throttle body to force this. That’s now how it should work. Some started tweaking the torque tables to trick the PCM. I played with this and saw 27 psi boost on my SHO during early experimentation.
Bottom line is you are going to be limited by the stock turbos which are modeled in the base tune.
Yeah I definitely think you're right. I'm just wondering about whether to "save a little" for the OP tables or just let it all hang out in DD. I may just have to try it both ways and see which feels better.I always hit the Driver demand table when I'm writing something, but the limiters are where a lot can be gained by raising them.
Okay so yeah if you do that, then do the same (or more) in your OP tables you'd be maintaining that "kick in the pants" feel at WOT (along with just making more power generally). I'm not where I can see it right now but I'll go take a look once I am.Go about 450 tops in driver demand, what I do is start at 0 peddle and 600 rpm's high light the whole table then raise them 10 to 30 %.