Stock DME Logging

Xm-n54

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Got MHD two weeks ago and finally hooked it all up. Love it. Right now my car is stock besides a DCI. Ran some logs to see how everything is doing before putting a tune on. My timing corrections looked a little off for so,excited reason. Can you guys please have a look and tell me what you think? Really don't want to install a custom tune if the car isn't feeling it.

http://www.datazap.me/u/chi-townspeed/stock-dme?log=0&data=0-3-4-9-24-31
 

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Looks like you started getting timing corrections about 120 degree intake air temps
Fueling looks good
Small throttle closure at 6k RPM due to a slight overboost (Nothing Major)
AFR is consistent

Everything looks good other than a FMIC if you're running on a hot day. As soon as your IATs reach 120 the DME will start to pull timing.
 

Xm-n54

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Thanks for the feedback! And I'm glad the temp's are the only issue because I hot a solution. Got the vrsf 7" fmic. Waiting to put it in on my next oil change when I jack the car up.
 

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I've never looked at a log on the factory tune before. If I was actually tuning this map as a performance map, I'd say boost control isn't bad but could use some work. The rest looks pretty solid for the boost level, I'd probably richen it up a little to clean up timing though. Fuel trims and the rest are looking nice. I guess fuel economy was on somebody's brain here, not shitty American gas or competing in anything more stressful than passing a Volkswagen on the autobahn.

That being said fmic, richen it up, drop timing, raise boost, get money. I mean spend money forgot this is a BMW.