Before I look at these, how much experience with HP Tuners do you have? Please don’t say you just bought it and tried to dive right in...
I mean ive had it a while...done some reading on VE tuning/how to setup histograms. But fairly new to it yes. My car isnt crazy modified (stock cam, stock heads, stock intake manifold) so i figured it was an easy way to learn. And i "think" i have an understanding on the ve table at least.Before I look at these, how much experience with HP Tuners do you have? Please don’t say you just bought it and tried to dive right in...
Thank you for the insight. Hopefully this can help others as well.For a header only car, you can leave that VE as you now have it and focus on the MAF. Reason being is that if you are using a MAF, you just need to get the VE roughed in to account for larger throttle transients, and what I see is close enough.
You now need to dial in WOT fueling with a MAF AFR Error histogram. Once that is done, you then fine tune part throttle fueling with the LTFT + STFT Math histogram using the fuel trims.
You also need to be cognizant of, and adjust, the timing tables while paying attention to KR if you want to maximize power.
Thanks skiIf you'd want to leave it in SD, then absolutely as it needs more refinement for SD-only. That said, and unless you are having issues with your MAF, use it to your advantage and keep it. It's much easier to tune a MAF than the VE, and for your power levels, would be silly to eliminate it since it will make your life easier.