Again, there seems to be some timing pull correction on Cylinder 3, from 3000 to ~4700 rpm.
After setting the FULL dial down from 30 to 25 psi and the START from 4 to 3 psi, this correction disappeared BUT notice how the power output also decreased.
So this means it's still spraying too much up top?
When making adjustments best to make a single adjust, then log.
I'll have to check it tomorrow.
The car definitely ran better when I had the full spray dial set to 30 psi. I could feel the power back. I'll have to run some more logs though to be 100% sure, will see if I can do that tomorrow night as well (if bad weather doesn't get in the way)
but yeah looks like we're going in the right direction, just got to keep playing with the settings. The last run I'm not sure if it was that my turbo was already heat soaked and that's why it didn't spike at much as before. Will see....do you think I should keep the full spray at 30 psi? Or maybe lowering the start? Since it looks like it’s not spraying enough below 4700 rpm
Based on your comments, yes move it back to 30, Is 30 the highest setting?