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I currently have the lambda tuning software in use, which I see as very complete and versatile, it has given me the possibility to adapt the ECU to engine modifications in an excellent way. I keep learning its use, which may not be entirely friendly initially as it is different from Romraider. I'm playing with a table called Fuel Load Compensation, which is to equalize or compensate for any variation in air intake through the intake tract. I would like to know if anyone has used this table and has experience with it.
 

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It works like this:
1. MAF value from MAF scaling table
2. MAF IAT comp applied to this value based on IAT and airflow
3. Load = (MAF with IAM comp * 60) / RPM
4. Load comp applied to this value based man. pressure and RPM

You should make sure your maf scaling table is accurate. Modifying the two compensation tables to correct fueling issues due to incorrect airflow/load is not the way to do it. Especially since your OEM tune uses no compensation (some ECUs do and some will zero out these tables).
 
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