Posts It looks like you've gotten more air load going already, so I'm assuming you've had to work through dor few limiters so far. Currently you're hitting an exhaust temp protect and then a turbo fmem.
Since the ecu works off predictions it will start limiting you earlier than you may think. As for your logging, you are logging a few too many parameters right now. If it still has the 3 bar tip sensor and it hasn't yet tomorfow probably will soon.
It will also be helpful to log at least one torque value engine brake torque is a useful one as well as desired air load from torque. That's the table where the ECU gets its inferred exhaust temps from, so don't lower the entire thing or you may never get into closed loop fueling, but its the last resort to trick the ecu into thinking the exhaust is cooler. Have you had the car go into limp mode during a shift by chance?
If you're still hitting that exhaust temp limit go into the exhaust temp table [ECM] and lower some of the values where you're hitting the limit. You can see in stuff like your throttle taking multiple frames to update its movements it moves fast enough that if you're not dropping parameters in frames it will update in every frame. If you are hitting a torque limiter in the transmission I think you're close if you're not it won't show under driver demand or torque sources, you'll have to match up the torque value you fro vs the limit in the transmission.
Drive for a few miles after a flash and see if your knock octane modifier starts moving towards Your octane learned value is 0, meaning the ecu won't be adding in any timing for the inferred octane of the fuel you're running. If you want to remove that entire function from the ecu you can 0 the spark knock adjustment table and just add it to motningish tables, but it will probably create other head aches for you.
If it does do a log with it learning the octane and see if that makes your spark values look better. You can also raise the COT stage 1 and 2 temp's a little more.
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Posts It looks like you've gotten more air load going already, so I'm assuming you've had to work through a few limiters so far. Currently you're hitting an exhaust temp protect and then a turbo fmem.
With the beta you can do write calibration and it doesn't reset that value. Find the cells where you're hitting and bump them up a little bit at a time until your're out of that turbo fmem. It looks like even with the air load you're currently running the ecu is trying to add more timing in under WOT, which is part of how it learns the octane you have.
Let me know if tomorro run into any more issues. If you do a write entire it resets the knock octane modifier back to 0 until you drive for a bit.