What are your O2 Control PID Values?

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RedLimitDom
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What are your O2 Control PID Values?

Postby RedLimitDom » Tue Aug 22, 2017 7:16 am

Just wanted to throw a feeler out there to see what anyone else has found.

I have been playing adding more P at the higher loads to make the learning do something at higher loads. I feel like even 300 is pretty lazy to make adjustments to the LTFT table.

Thoughts?
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Re: What are your O2 Control PID Values?

Postby HaltechMatthew » Tue Aug 22, 2017 4:53 pm

If you are talking wideband, then far more integral to push it to the target quicker when it is just a little off. In most cases in the region of 500 to 1000 under high load and rpm. Too much Proportional will make it oscillate around the target if you go too far.


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