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Stock "Power Enrichment EQ Ratio (Gas)" values changes drastically between RPM

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Hi,

I'm working in my first reflash tuning of my car (Camaro 2017 V6 3.6L). I'm applying the knowledge acquired in the course to do the "Step 3 - Configure Base Tune File". When I analyzed the values of the stock Power Enrichment EQ Ratio (Gas) table, I noted that the values defined in the table constantly change (up and down) between RPMs drastically. My question is:

Is this a normal behavior in stock Power Enrichment EQ Ratio (Gas) values? In the courses, I don't remember to saw something like this (always the values form a smooth 3D shape of the table)

The values in my stock Power Enrichment EQ Ratio (Gas) table are as follow:

RPM Values

0 1.175

256 1.175

512 1.175

768 1.175

1024 1.175

1280 1.175

1536 1.184

1792 1.184

2048 1.184

2304 1.184

2560 1.180

2816 1.170

3072 1.167

3328 1.180

3584 1.180

3840 1.154

4096 1.142

4352 1.128

4608 1.115

4864 1.108

5120 1.119

5376 1.129

5632 1.139

5888 1.143

6144 1.146

6400 1.151

6656 1.177

6912 1.192

7168 1.192

7424 1.192

7680 1.192

7936 1.192

8192 1.192

Sincerely,

Luis Meléndez

I'm missing the "drastic" changes -- the overall change is less than 10% across the RPM range. Looks like it leans out near what I imagine is the torque peak (4864).

Thanks very much, now I see it what you said, there is no drastic changes. Maybe I got impress by the graph.