Reloading tunes, reload FICM tunes each time?
Now you have me wondering.
I wonder how much of the SCT tunes change the FICM. Hypothetically if you load a FICM tune first when ECM is stock tuned, then load a SCT tune, how much of the FICM tune has been changed with the SCT tune.
Same goes for the other way. Say you tune the ECM first with a SCT, then tune the FICM. How much is the FICM tune overwriting the SCT portion of the FICM controls that the SCT wrote in.
I have noticed that when I first got my PHP FICM tuner, I left the SCT tune in, and loaded the FICM tune. I was able to produce more smoke. Since then, my FICM tune has stayed in, but changed SCT tunes several times, but noticed less smoke. This isn't about smoke, just observing that tuning one programmer before the other shows a increase/decrease in fuel being dumped at take off.
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