P2188 - The source of the problem

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    When I'm in 1st, 2nd or 3rd gear at part throttle my AFR drop to 9 and the car struggle and I bounce front and back in my seat because the car buck.

    I'm in process of tuning with Alex from Stratified and in 4th gear at WOT the car seem super fine for him

    Here some log attach ... but you can't see LTFT and STFT because I'm in process of tuning with Stratified
     

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    Log of 4th gear.

    Nice for Alex Stratified
     

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    Figure out your knock issues. Get a better intake. Check boost leaks. Get better logs. Clean MAF.
     
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    Are you on a k04 and stock fuel system? Your MAF is maxing out which is bad. Did you get a replacement at any point?
     
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    yeah K04 , stock fuel system.

    So a new MAF will be a good idea ?
     
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    I can't say that for sure but there's 0 reason you should be maxing out the maf on a k04.

    Some of the autoparts stores sell mafs they say fit our cars, but the voltage pegs way too soon.
     
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    Def take some pics of the maf you have. I think our stock one is either the delphi or denso.

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    +1 on checking out your MAF sensor, should not be maxing it out even with stock diameter intake.

    The bucking is probably from your KR making your car go way too rich. I kind of have the same issue with false knock and my part throttle logs look exactly like yours. I don't have any KR at WOT though.

    I tuned out the knock at low throttle positions, but don't think you should since you have knock at WOT as well. Not a good idea to tune out the KR until you figure out what is causing it. Do you have the same KR whenever you did your 2nd gear low throttle mafcal logs

    Also did you have knock on your base map WOT runs?
     
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    Yes same KR ... like you said ... I'm sure it's false KR and the low KR I have during WOT I'm in process of tuning with Stratified right now my tune is not finish
     
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    But tonight I remove the MAF clean it ... change the oring for a new one ... and right now the value change a lot at IDLE

    my STFT are lean a lot +20 / 24 and my LTFT just drop ...

    I try to move the cable from the MAF no variation
     
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    Yep a complete new car.

    No more struggle in any gear.

    And my STFT, LTFT change completly ... So now im lean around 15

    So definitly a MAF problem

    I will Wait 50km to be everything is settle and i Will Do a MAF cal

    thanks Everyone for your help

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    Fun fact, I got 2 duralast MAFs in a search for my issues. 1st was actually Bosch, lasted 2 months, failed. Returned, one I got? Mazda OEM inside.
     
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    Just got this code on my car as well at P2187. Going to have to see whats going on with mine now.
     
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