You will see anomolies in the peaks and troughs. Imagine a Windows CPU trace on perfmon at idle. Random spikes. Now 3 users RDP connect to it and all start doing some powershell. That kind of trace it what I would expect.Fonzey wrote: ↑Tue Sep 08, 2020 9:33 pmYeah that's about as much as I know, but "peaks and troughs" I guess can be ambiguous without context when it comes to scaling on a graph. My earlier logs before RRR and myself started finetuning the knock detection was FAR more spikey, looked very scary - we've smoothed that out purely by altering the knock sensor parameters a bit, nothing has changed with the engine itself - so my only remaining concern is that things have been smoothed out too much and a dodgy batch of fuel could be masked by a poorly calibrated sensor, but I need to rely on the expertise of others instead of second guessing them after a few nights on Google.
Yeah I meant more in terms of what ECU/mapping capabilities were used at that time. I believe most Katana upgrades came about along with T4 reflashes, so it's reasonable to expect they had similar limitations as BOE did back then with regards to knock detection. Perhaps rubber washers was their approach to tuning out the white noise.andybond wrote: ↑Tue Sep 08, 2020 9:27 pmThere isnt really too much difference in the katana kit in raw terms. Its the same supercharger at lotus use, but with a greddy intake manifold and some shockingly bad injectors.
I am glad I went aftermarket ECU now and OEM lotus kit!
One thing for sure, Katana conversions don't seem to have aged well - I think switching to an aftermarket ECU was absolutely the right move.
I am not sure that anyone actually did anything with the t4 ECU, I think it was BS TBH. I think they stuck in larger injectors and hoped ...