I've made adjustments here and there
In quite a few places.
I don't fully understand the how target filling and optimum torque maps are configured. They are inverse but don't always match. I've read about what they mean but I've seen similar tunes with different numbers. Mainly on the top end.
There's a map for Max VE, how do you know what that is? I've bumped it because i believe the Ecu calculates this and if you go over starts yanking timing.
The minimum timing Map? does nothing in my experience.
How do you know when the Ecu Is using low vs High octane timing map? I tune with the high map.
Does It use optimal timing map? Ive just copied my high maps over.
min timing map is the bottom point, timing wont go below it no matter how much it tried to pull.
low vs high map from my past experience can only be completed using a switching option, didnt think that was possible right now? Can you achieve your timing results using either high or low?
Optimal map is the "best calculated" timing points as a reference. I think once you get into anything over stock setups, you should be adjusting timing on the dyno or at least with knock, but thats not always going to produce the best result.