so lets say you're running a bov that vents 100% to atmosphere. You shift from 2nd to 3rd, part throttle, no wide open stuff.
the ecu has metered the air that is expected to recirculate. it has accounted for that surge to return. instead your car blew it off into the atmosphere. guess what happens to your air fuel mix immediately after an upshift. and it does that, each and every time the car upshifts. over and over. every day.
lol, what would these logs even prove? both logs are of regular driving making little boost, never going past 3500 rpms, and the accelerator pedal is 95% of the time under 50%.
I'll keep that in mind for when I feel like changing out the parts again. I assume there should be a shift logged at redline and not getting on the brakes?can you relog but this time send it till redline at least in third gear, if possible?