Re: Help With Dyno- PLease
But that doesn't show that if you waited a couple of minutes everything would be working fine, with no "resets". So that doesn't prove anything. Actually, that can show something... you're ecu lost every single acquired data and was still learning the new settings on a safe way.
As I've said before someplace else, after a reset, it can take longer to readjust itself to the new settings instead of learning from the stage it was before any modifications. Besides that, it's mainly a short way to erase some errors.
Things are not that linear when it comes to reseting ECU's. People think that a reset is always the way to go, when it's not. And that's the myth I'm trying to show here.
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