Only works with the Datalogit software, and only on the FC Pro software. No other software will reconfigure the programming to use the base range of the airflow meter. Reverting back to the default values wont do anything either as they are already set as values for when the maximum load is achieved.
Quote: "I'm gonna repost this here. I started a seperate thread, but hopefully some of you here can help. What is the proper method for fueling changes. I've heard 2 theories. Tuning fuel with the Inj Map, and tuning fuel with Base map."
The first thing to do in all cases is to start with the R36 PowerFC software. It has an entirely new map on the factory default, and R36 software. If you have a R33 software that comes with the stock AFR meter, you do not need to do anything to the R33 software. Just plug it in with the factory software and it will work just like the R36 Power FC software. If you have a R33 software that you have had upgraded, you need to update it to the R36 software and that is a very simple process. The issue is that it is not possible to upgrade the software without changing over to the latest Power FC software. It is not possible to go to an older version of the software than the latest version.
It's not as simple as read the normal chart and set the fuel to that, every minute, or second, or anything else, it's more like inbetween, check it every 30 minutes, if it's too high, give it 15 minutes, if it's too low, give it 30 minutes. If you do it every 30 minutes, you will give yourself enough data points. I'll go into more detail setting the software in a future post, this is just the first post of "how to get data points". Based off the data points you have you can set the software up to program the engine for fuel control on your own.
The PowerFC has been released in a few versions and these can be obtained from purchases, auctions or on it's official website. All versions are project PIC processors. You can use the official cable & PowerFC Pro (PowerFc Pro) software from the website. d2c66b5586