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Does some one know the range of the setpoints for a PC. What I mean is what is for example 40% power and 5000 RPM. If I change the fuel valeu what is it changing.
Does it change 30-50% power and 4750-5250 RPM.
Is it changing 40-60% and 5000-5500RPM or what is it changing.

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Re: power commander question (vij)

Best thing to do is to call PowerCommander people themselves.
 
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Good question.

I would be very surprised if the PCiii does not have a smoothing factor that determines the various offset injector pulse width percentage points on either side of both axis - RPM and TPS.

i.e. if you are using 500 RPM steps, and the default TPS steps, then if you entered a value of (+) 10% at 5000RPM and 40% TPS, it would MOST LIKELY gradually reduce the 10% offset to 0% from 5000RPM down to 4500RPM (the next lowest RPM point), and similarly reduce the offset from 10% down to 0% at 5500RPM (the next higher RPM point), but with say 5% at 5250RPM and 5% at 4750 RPM.

Similarly, I would expect the PCiii does the same for the TPS grid, in this case, it would reduce the 10% offset at 40%TPS down to 0% at 20%TPS, with maybe 5% at 30% TPS, and again, it would reduce the 10% offset from 40%TPS down to 5% at the next higher TPS point of 60%, with maybe 5% offset at 50%TPS.

This is all conjecture on my part, and would need to be checked with a wideband O2 sensor or gas analyzer, but it makes no sense for the PCiii to affect only the specific RPM and TPS intersect points of the matrix ( 10% richer at 5000RPM, but 0% richer at 5001RPM or 4999RPM!)
 
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