Is there a lead in table or something to adjust to compensate ve for quick throttle positioning? I lean out and get a hesitation if i speed shift then it catches up and its fine. Any ideas?
transient fueling, aka stomp comp. We have alpha-n stock which by its nature accounts for a lot of transient fueling, and in the case of an na engine, pretty much all of it. I doubt GM even put transient fueling in the PCM and if they did we dont have access to it.
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I'm using the 97 speed density tune with a gm supercharger.
This has been talked about recently in another post.
You need to play around with the PE enable fields (TPS, RPM). Also the ECU is a little slow at times switching.