Datalog help please!!!

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  1. Diehard91

    Diehard91 Greenie N00B Member

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    Hello all!
    So I am new to all this and was wondering if yall could look at this datalog. Just bought this car a few weeks ago. Currently has a CPE xcel CAI and just got the Cobb AP running the stage 0 map since someone on here told me that was the safest. Just curious about the knock/retard piece (I hit 5.95 while slowing down to a stop) and fuel pressure since it hit about 1700 PSI which made me curious as if someone already did an HPFP upgrade on it. Going to be looking into a freektune tonight after some research. Thanks for the help in advance everyone!
     

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    Only worry about knock/retard when you are full throttle. The only way to tell if you have upgraded hpfp internals is to pull the pump and examine them

    Do not install any of the Cobb maps
     
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    If you get a tune (you should, and from a *reputable* tuner), just ignore looking at the logs yourself and let your tuner handle it. If you don't know what you're looking at, you're just gonna give yourself unwarranted anxiety. Been a plague of threads this year dealing with exactly that.

    With a reputable tuner, you can just send them feedback on what the car is doing, logs (at the same time, don't constantly harass them or you'll wind up bottom of the list), listen to what they say and you will be golden. Oh, and don't change parts during/after the tuning process unless your tuner knows you're going to and is cool with it. This is for the safety of your engine.
     
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    Thanks y’all! I’ll be getting a freektune soon.
     
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