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Old 01-19-2016, 10:40 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by anjuna View Post
A MAF cal is a MAF cal is a MAF cal is a MAF cal.

It should be accurate no matter the weather or if the tune is just being flashed.

When I had my 15, my trims were ALWAYS +/- 1-2% even if it had been a month down the road.

In my OPINION, trims are excuses.
Couldn't agree more... but his post included an intake with, shall we say, a less-than-perfect MAF cal.

My quoted response was in reference to that intake and that MAF cal. And in the case of an imperfect MAF cal, and an intake with a reputation of erratic behavior, trims change significantly between just flashed and after a learning period.

The MAF cal won't change with a tune reflash. But he has subsequently explained he's an experienced logger and has accounted for the learning.

Changing tunes to one that doesn't show significant issues will somewhat mitigate the intake issue, which he has done.

I suggest he polish his modifications with a known good intake and continue tuning to potentials, instead of working around problems.
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