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 Once you're satisfied that the requirements above have been met, you're ready to grab a datalog. ​ Let the car idle for about a minute. ​ Then go drive. ​ Try to keep the car in closed loop mode as much as possible (more on that in the advanced section). Once you're satisfied that the requirements above have been met, you're ready to grab a datalog. ​ Let the car idle for about a minute. ​ Then go drive. ​ Try to keep the car in closed loop mode as much as possible (more on that in the advanced section).
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 ====== STEP 4: Run the Adjustment Tool ====== ====== STEP 4: Run the Adjustment Tool ======
-When you're done, you right click in the graph area and select the **SD VE Adjust (SDRatio)** menu item.  The application will then make a number of suggested changes to your SD VE table. ​ You will definitely want to smooth and tweak this data a bit to make it "look nice"​. ​ The application is just going to slap numbers into cells that it has data for.  You'll need to extrapolate that data a bit to areas where you don't normally drive if you want to make the table work well in unexpected conditions.+When you're done, you right click in the graph area and select the **SD VE Adjust (CombinedFT)** menu item.  The application will then make a number of suggested changes to your SD VE table. ​ You will definitely want to smooth and tweak this data a bit to make it "look nice"​. ​ The application is just going to slap numbers into cells that it has data for.  You'll need to extrapolate that data a bit to areas where you don't normally drive if you want to make the table work well in unexpected conditions.
  
 **NOTE:​** ​ You're basically changing the very data long term fuel trim was previously based on.  So if you're making fairly large changes to MAF compensation,​ you should consider resetting the long term fuel trim values using the "Reset fuel trims" menu item in the ECU menu. **NOTE:​** ​ You're basically changing the very data long term fuel trim was previously based on.  So if you're making fairly large changes to MAF compensation,​ you should consider resetting the long term fuel trim values using the "Reset fuel trims" menu item in the ECU menu.
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