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Old 10-16-2018, 12:05 PM   #10 (permalink)
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Siitin - '98 Seat Cordoba Vario
90 day: 58.56 mpg (US)

VW Lupo 3L --> 2L - '00 VolksWagen Lupo 3L
90 day: 104.94 mpg (US)

A8 luxury fuel sipper - '97 Audi A8 1.2 TDI 6 speed manual
90 day: 64.64 mpg (US)

Audi A4B6 Avant Niistäjä - '02 Audi A4b6 1.9tdi 96kW 3L
90 day: 54.57 mpg (US)

Tourekki - '04 VW Touareg 2.5TDI R5 6 speed manual
90 day: 32.98 mpg (US)

A2 1.4TDI - '03 Audi A2 1.4 TDI
90 day: 45.68 mpg (US)

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For the ecu edc 15 I have vag edc suite:
- put max boost to all injection levels, meaning I have driven sweeps for all injection levels and rpm range, takes really long time. Aka the full map is redone to much more leaner. First I tested is more boost better or worse and more boost is more efficienct.
- same sweeps for injection advance
- same sweeps for engine torsion value aka cam timing

For the test there was a test ecu program that inject same amount of fuel when pedal is floored. Then I had test distance where I measured time for that distance and also marked highest and lowest speeds. Test was done to both directions and summed together. This test method has proved to be quite good and reliable for testing even smallest differences like aero mods or changing tires etc.

For monitoring parameters I am using ross tech VAG com cable

Vesa Tiainen innovation engineer and automotive enthusiast
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