I agree 100%.heavyD said:Low throttle settings are usually set by fuel trims. If you have an OBDII reader you will be able to read short term & long term fuel trims. Your goal is to set the low throttle settings to get as close as possible to 0% correction. In reality if you can keep it between +/-8% you are doing fine. I was able to fine tune my low throttle steetings to obtain steady -2% long term fuel trims on my Eclipse.
Rickrockr said:It took a little while for me to figure out a good daily driver configuration. I ended up with 50trim, stage2, safc2, rc650's, and fuel return. I have all the low settings on the safc set to 0. This lets the stage 2 pcm handle normal driving. The 650's seem to be close enough to the stage2 injectors that it runs smooth and drives like stock. I did need to up fuel pressure slightly on the return line to achieve stock idle. It also helped adjusting the high/low settings on safc to dial things in. I drive with manual boost set at 20lbs on 91 octane. My wide band has wot at 11.2-11.5 afr's to 6200rpms. I have other mods, but the ones listed apply to the tuning question. The car is my daily driver and has run flawless for the last year/9,000 miles.