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Oh yea and mg/c is milligrams/combustion as what mimmi posted.
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Oh yea and mg/c is milligrams/combustion as what mimmi posted.
Which is not what I'm talking about
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It's from air mass.
I'm talking about MAF sensor flowrate. I don't have eSID so I don't know where it's getting it's flow rate from.
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Take a look at WIS, specifically under technical data https://saabwisonline.com/c13/9-5/2010/2-engine/intake-system-diesel/technical-description-intake-system-diesel/mass-air-flow-sensor-686-edc16/function-mass-air-flow-sensor-205/
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What you need to do is take your airmass (mg/c) number and divide by 3.1 to get approximate torque in NM. HP is kind of irrelevant, it's torque that matters.

E.g. if your car runs 1100 mg/c at 5000 rpm you're making about 355nm torque (1100/3.1)
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What you need to do is take your airmass (mg/c) number and divide by 3.1 to get approximate torque in NM. HP is kind of irrelevant, it's torque that matters.

E.g. if your car runs 1100 mg/c at 5000 rpm you're making about 355nm torque (1100/3.1)
So far I have recorded 1190 mg/c on esid. I think it can go higher.
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