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90Legend said:
Bottom line is you need to introduce additional air into the system. The TCCS thinks you're flowing 440 levels of fuel when you're flowing roughly 1/3 more. The more extra air you can flow the less correction you need to make.
Though I could be wrong, I feel the less correction in closed loop is better.

Good luck!

Dan
Actually the ECU does not think im flowing 440 levels of fuel (well it always does, but for all intents and purposes in this conversation it doesnt) it thinks im flowing 37% more since thats the signal being pulled. If i were to pull 25% it would be identical to a lex afm as far as what the ecu sees at least. The correction with the safr vs a stock lex afm is the same thing as far as signal is concerned.

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Why not lower your FP? You wouldnt need to scale the afm so much.
 

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how low can i go? ive got it at 35 base, i hear anything less than 30 will make poor spray patterns on the injectors?

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I dont know how low you can go. Maybe talk to RC or whoever made your 680s and they can shed some light. If they do, let us know.
 
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