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Old 06-20-2013, 09:48 AM   #71
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I would guess maybe 5 miles of driving on the interstate. I suppose it's not a LONG time, but it seemed pretty slow while monitoring the gauge.
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Old 06-20-2013, 09:58 AM   #72
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Any relation to possibly programming for warm-up?
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Doesn't it depend on where the car was parked relative to general outside temps and whether the sensor was in sun or shade, etc.

There are placed on the highway around here that are always hotter than elsewhere, etc.
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Doesn't it depend on where the car was parked relative to general outside temps and whether the sensor was in sun or shade, etc.
Ambient temperature, in the true sense of the term, would not be affected by sun or shade. Ambient is the temperature of the air in the surrounding environment. True, a sensor can be affected by radiant heat, and thus show higher than the surrounding air temperature, but how could a sensor detect temperatures below the surrounding air temperature?
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If it starts low every single time, I would say that would be hard to explain, but I can picture various scenarios moving from shade to sun and from cooler areas to warmer areas that would cause it sometimes. I would think it would depend where the sensor is too. If tucked away, I could see where it might lag ambient where outside temp has been climbing.

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i can post soem logs from a stock canadian 2013 hatch Se if anyone wants. just tell me what you want to record.

I have a preety bad 8.5 km commute that takes about 25 minutes in the morning. then 12 km in 25 min at night(alter my route a bit)
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New log from today. It's still rich, but I'll take that over excessively lean!

It seems to me that things are a bit slow to react. I know these records are only 0.3 seconds apart, but fuel pressure and AFR seem to lag behind throttle input more than I expected, where timing advance is very quick to react.

Take a look at the AFR when I shifted gears toward the end. Measured was rich even though command was lean.

I wonder if some of this is induced by my OBDII adapter. Should I be setting "synchronous logging" active in Torque?

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New log from today. It's still rich, but I'll take that over excessively lean!

It seems to me that things are a bit slow to react. I know these records are only 0.3 seconds apart, but fuel pressure and AFR seem to lag behind throttle input more than I expected, where timing advance is very quick to react.
Sorry, I can't recall, is this with or without a tune? Could the lag be something addressed by a tune?
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New log from today. It's still rich, but I'll take that over excessively lean!

It seems to me that things are a bit slow to react. I know these records are only 0.3 seconds apart, but fuel pressure and AFR seem to lag behind throttle input more than I expected, where timing advance is very quick to react. I wonder if some of this is induced by my OBDII adapter.

Take a look at the AFR when I shifted gears toward the end. Measured was rich even though command was lean.
Bluetooth OBDII? Might be a latency issue between the adapter and the phone/tablet. Not sure if you're using Torque to data log.
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My guess is that the lag has something to do with the speed of the bluetooth OBD2 adapter.
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