Wow that’s bad!!! I’ve had a few tanks like that before but not quite that bad. I’ve had -0.20 or so. My last tank sat at -0.54 for a long time. This tank is right at -0.80 amazingly. I’m definitely filling up from that same station again. Some of the best 91 I’ve ever had.What is your OAR on our 91?
Mine has been remarkably terrible the last few tanks…. Like 0 to -0.4 at best. Not a great time for tuning. Wondering if there are good ways to boost it without threatening my CATs or O2 sensors?
Like a dash of E85?
Heck yes! Wish I could ride in your truck, although I’d probably go buy a 3.5L afterwards.Lol, I know how that feels,,,,,,,, Bret just told me the same thing, until the knock is there, we will continue to push it....... and the revision I just loaded tonight, feels like he has started to lay into the goods!!
I will. Brett is still working on it and I think going to push it further so we’ll see. 43.3 lb/min felt quite strong to me, so like I’ve said before, I have new respect for people like you who are running almost 60 lb/min good grief.Let us know the difference from Bretts
For sure, I bet he will .....but really respectable for a none E Blend like 30I will. Brett is still working on it and I think going to push it further so we’ll see. 43.3 lb/min felt quite strong to me, so like I’ve said before, I have new respect for people like you who are running almost 60 lb/min good grief.
Possible I guess. I’ll probably replace it and then see if there’s a change. Only happens on MPT tune and when I ran that tune with lb/min PID it made 41 lb/min, same as Brett’s first revision.If not tires chirping, belt squeal is next thing to check. You may have a belt that’s grazing a bit from all the hard use.
Oh no worries man! You’re welcome here anytime!I responded in the other thread where you mentioned this but I think a belt is a relatively inexpensive thing to try in a situation like this. Not that anyone's asking but, Goodyear Gatorback belts have always been a favorite of mine.