Makes a lot of sense. I am sure there has to be something out there to interpret the data. I would be interested in seeing your value for AMUL. My car runs great, but a little on the rich side I think and my mileage stinks. I have an open SID and would also like to know how to interpret the available data. I'll post if I find anything.Regarding the original poster's question, what is the ideal range for "AMUL"? I will look at mine the next time I am in my car for the purpose of comparison. Does this make sense and is it possible to use the data in this way?
No change in performance if you were to bring it down to +/- 5%. Souns like you have added something to improve airflow without the tuner compensating for it. Ji5mmy has a good definition. T7 Suite is another source.MAF = 80 000 miles
Injectors, Fuel filter - 15 000 miles
If i fix my amul, will i have better MPG or Performance?
That is what I actually meant. I was confusing the readout for short term (Lamb) with long term (Amul). ;oops: Lamb fluctuates a lot more than Amul, but the principle of aiming for 0 in closed loop to control variation in fueling applies to both equally.In general, you want amul as close to 0 as possible, because then your fuel maps are perfectly set up. Mine is currently sitting at 580. (St. 3 GT17)
From the linked site: "T7 adjusts between -25% tot +25%, properly functioning hardware in combination with correct software had a maximum of -5% en +5%, displayed on the SID as -500 tot +500"
No i did not do anything what was not reccomended just K&N filter in stock box and 4 big holes drilled in itNo change in performance if you were to bring it down to +/- 5%. Souns like you have added something to improve airflow without the tuner compensating for it. Ji5mmy has a good definition. T7 Suite is another source.