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swe-gt86 09-26-2013 04:16 PM

Visconti e85 tune logg! HELP!
 
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Hi guys im really worried about my car since its been acting really strange and start throwing a engine code for bad coil pack. Please anyone can take a look at my logging did some 4 gear pulls at the end of it.

Sportsguy83 09-26-2013 04:17 PM

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Originally Posted by swe-gt86 (Post 1235928)
Hi guys im really worried about my car since its been acting really strange and start throwing a engine code for bad coil pack. Please anyone can take a look at my logging did some 4 gear pulls at the end of it.

What engine code is it throwing (number)

fenton 09-26-2013 04:22 PM

How do you get this graph in ecutek?

Do you have to have a Race Rom tune? or is it just a function of the ecutek software.

Thankxs,

Sportsguy83 09-26-2013 04:24 PM

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Originally Posted by fenton (Post 1235940)
How do you get this graph in ecutek?

Do you have to have a Race Rom tune? or is it just a function of the ecutek software.

Thankxs,

You do a Log, finish the log, open it up via file, open log and select Time Graphs on the top.

feldy 09-26-2013 04:27 PM

How long was that log?

The knock events didn't look terrible I thought. It would help to see fuel trims and so forth.

Sportsguy83 09-26-2013 04:31 PM

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Originally Posted by feldy (Post 1235961)
How long was that log?

The knock events didn't look terrible I thought. It would help to see fuel trims and so forth.

Looking at the time axis label and the last one being at 800000 ms, that is 13.3 minutes so a bit more than 13.3 minutes.

feldy 09-26-2013 04:43 PM

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Originally Posted by Sportsguy83 (Post 1235975)
Looking at the time axis label and the last one being at 800000 ms, that is 13.3 minutes so a bit more than 13.3 minutes.


He had 7 knock events over 13 minutes or so. I had about 17 or so over 30 minute cruise around town and what not. mostly -1 knock. But I did have one instance that it hit -3 and once that it hit -2. Never once did the IAM Value drop infact it kept rising. So my theory and I'm still waiting on @FA20Club.com to respond to my logs that it wasn't real knock. It was picking up bumps in the road ect and reporting it but the knock sensor was not seeing enough to pull timing?

swe-gt86 09-26-2013 04:45 PM

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Originally Posted by feldy (Post 1235961)
How long was that log?

The knock events didn't look terrible I thought. It would help to see fuel trims and so forth.

This car is NA e85 and code is P0351... hope my injectors are okey...

swe-gt86 09-26-2013 04:56 PM

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Here comes a better picture..

swe-gt86 09-26-2013 05:00 PM

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Originally Posted by feldy (Post 1236005)
He had 7 knock events over 13 minutes or so. I had about 17 or so over 30 minute cruise around town and what not. mostly -1 knock. But I did have one instance that it hit -3 and once that it hit -2. Never once did the IAM Value drop infact it kept rising. So my theory and I'm still waiting on @FA20Club.com to respond to my logs that it wasn't real knock. It was picking up bumps in the road ect and reporting it but the knock sensor was not seeing enough to pull timing?

i have been little worried.. sometimes especially now it loose alot of power due to missfires and slip light traction blinking and engine light comes on...

feldy 09-26-2013 05:15 PM

Get the e85 out of the car. Flash back to a pump gas map or stock. Drive for a few days see if anything feels better. If you are getting the check engine lights slip lights ect that wont turn off you may want to go to the dealer.

FR-S Matt 09-26-2013 05:15 PM

He's heating up!

Xero-Limit 09-26-2013 06:17 PM

40 degrees of peak timing at WOT is a bit excessive IMO...not that it is necessarily causing your issue but we stopped making power way below that on e85.

448hpsti 09-26-2013 07:51 PM

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Originally Posted by feldy (Post 1235961)
How long was that log?

Upper right hand corner


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