Alright, finally found it
" Take your Actual AFR and subtract it from your Desired AFR. Now take that number you get and divide it by your Desired AFR. Take that number and times it by 100. That will give you the percentage you need to add or subtract.
So example. My AFR is 10.5 but I want 11.7. So 10.5 -11.7 = -1.2. Then -1.2/11.7 = -0.103. Now -0.103 X 100 = -10.3. Round that to the nearest 0 or 5 so you would subtract 10.5% from the DSP under the wot fuel modifier. "
I started by removing 5.5 % at 3-4, 5-6, 6-7 and 4.5% 1-2, 2-3 thousand rpm's and I'll update the datalog and see where I'm sitting at. I'm shooting for 11.7-11.5 And I'll backoff the timing when I get my fuel where I want it to try and combat knock.
I know the pid's are missing alot but using the intune + dataviewer to log my wideband is a pain in the ass. Works 1/2 the time, other times all the data in the log is insanely off.
I wish they would fix dataviewer with the intune, but they already have my $$$ .......so I'll probably have to live with it working 1/2 the time and saving a successful log 1/4 of the time.