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Old 04-12-2012, 05:04 AM   #1
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Which parameter in Autotap is used to monitor the BLM count? The car is a '97 LT1, no sure if that makes a difference.
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Do I need to raise the BLM MAP and RPM tables? My car always reads 0 from autotap. I may be using the wrong parameters. After datalogging, my car idles around 54 kpa... I think the Values are set at 32/50/80.
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