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Old Mar 7, 2018, 01:14 AM
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Question High load figures, is this normal?

So my car is basically a stock 2003 evo viii GSR, exhaust and an intake only
the map has upto 260 load, but logs show upto 340 load,

Now I know I can rescale the load values on the map or use tephras big map,
But is it normal for a near stock car to have 340 load??
PS: I am running a hallman mbc at 23psi
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Old Mar 7, 2018, 02:41 AM
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Are running MAF or MAP? It's likely a boost leak.
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Old Mar 7, 2018, 03:54 AM
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Are running MAF or MAP? It's likely a boost leak.
MAF, there is no boost leak in my car, last leak was at the throttle body shaft seals which i replaced,

zero boost leaks now
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What load parameter are you logging 1byte, 2byte?
Are you using the stock MAF housing?
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Boost leak...

maf is showing 340 load and if the boost gauge is tapped from the intake manifold and is only showing 23 psi then definitely its a boost leak.
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Update

Did a boost leak test, found some boost leaks, fixed all of them, car holds boost properly, but logging still brings high load figures, whether using 1b or 2b

still need help
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Post your rom and a log here....
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Old Mar 9, 2018, 11:27 AM
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I have attached the final log and the best possible adjustment of my rom
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I have attached a log and my rom to this post
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Can you post a copy of your XML
What kind of fuel are using? Timing numbers are low! Load readings don't look right, they are either too high or too low. Must be a definition issue.
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