As of last weekend, Edgewater was its usual garbage surface so I’ll have to wander out somewhere for sureAwesome job man- car looks good. Glad to hear the to do list is finally getting so short. When you do finally take it racing,maybe Ohio valley will be one of your stops
Unfortunately, no Lambda display tables with Holley yet. Thought we would get it with v5 but apparently not. I would switch immediately if so. Must simpler for my brain.I am very sure you have this done already but my OCD wont let me drop it until i ask.....
E85?? if so have you:
altered the stoic value in the ECU from gasoline to E85?? GAS =14.7 E85= 9.85
are you using a flex fuel sensor in the fuel cell?? if not i highly suggest, use a GM sensor fewer issues and can be placed in the fuel line if needed. this will give direct feedback on the % of ethanol to the ECU you can then setup the automatic stoic correction.
of course you could just change the ECU properties to just use LAMBDA and be done with it... this is what i suggest and how i tune my own engine. no matter what the % of the fuel [in case you stop to get some the blend is rarely 85%] it will read the same lambda numbers based on fuel burn. even if you are forced to fill up with gasoline to get home it will not mess with the tune if done in lambda. It takes all the guesswork out of it.
No offense taken, I’m as new to this stuff as you’ll find. I believe my correction is locked in at +- 3% now. Only had it opened up when I was getting it lined out initially and would open it back up if that fuel change scenario occurred.Gotcha, just checking I was sure you had a handle on it. If you need/want any advice feel free to ask I will help where I can with my limited Holley experience. Not sure how Holley deals with the flex sensor but it should* adjust the stoic ratio based on e%... this would require a adjustment to you afr tables now.
I Understand the ego control very well, however I consider it a bandaid to a tune. (I mean No offense here) a well tuned car should never need more than 4% correction.