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 A good understanding of [[v3combinedft|CombinedFT]] and [[fueltrimupdatepoints|fuel trim in general]] will help a lot with your understanding of this function. A good understanding of [[v3combinedft|CombinedFT]] and [[fueltrimupdatepoints|fuel trim in general]] will help a lot with your understanding of this function.
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 ====== STEP 3: Data Capture ====== ====== STEP 3: Data Capture ======
 Add the following log items to your captured values (F10): CombinedFT, MAFRaw and ClosedLoop Add the following log items to your captured values (F10): CombinedFT, MAFRaw and ClosedLoop
  
-Make sure the engine is at full operating ​temperatures.  You don't want to mess with coolant based variations at this point. ​ You want to stabilize everything you can first and then adjust based on the one variable left (presumably airflow variation).+Make sure the engine is at full operating ​temperature.  You don't want to mess with coolant based variations at this point. ​ You want to stabilize everything you can first and then adjust based on the one variable left (presumably airflow variation).
  
 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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