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friends which method of calculation is more precise and performing? on motec gtr r35 

 

Normal

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Engine Load Normalised is equal to Engine Load / 'Normalised Load'.

Inlet Manifold Pressure

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Engine Load Normalised is equal to Inlet Manifold Pressure [kPa] / 101.325.

Throttle Position

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Engine Load Normalised equal to Throttle Position.

 



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0.....Defines which method is used to calculate Engine Load Normalised.

If Engine Load Normalised Mode is Normal, Engine Load Normalised is the ratio of Engine Load to the estimated engine load under standard air pressure (101.325kPa) and temperature (20°C) conditions. This is the recommended setting. However, note that changing Engine Efficiency then influences Engine Load Normalised which will affect all tables that use Engine Load Normalised.

 

1.....If Engine Load Normalised Mode is Inlet Manifold Pressure, Engine Load Normalised is equal to Inlet Manifold Pressure / 101.325kPa.

 

2......If Engine Load Normalised Mode is Throttle Position, Engine Load Normalised is equal to Throttle Position

 

now I'm using the method.... Load Normalised Mode is Inlet Manifold Pressure (1)






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