you mean this method?noisymime wrote:There will at some point be a mixed Alpha-N / Speed-Density mode with blended maps, but it's likely at least 4-6 months away. Until then, either using pure Alpha-N or one of the options with MAP sensor configurations will work, but maybe fiddly to tune.
You can use web.archive.org to find some of the pages. However, the same info is out there on other sites in different forms if you go searching. One simple description of Alpha-N versus SD is here: SD vs ANalessandromeyer wrote:Does anyone have a copy of the 77e21.info site? unfortunately the site was taken down and its linked on so many topics concerning ITBs. There must be something worthwhile on it...
After reading the differences, you can see there are several ways to combine or blend Alpha-N and SD, including a "blended version, where the MAP is permitted to influence the A-N fueling. Note a switching scheme would usually be from A-N (TPS) at lower rpm, to SD (MAP) at higher speeds. A-N is a relatively "blind" system, and simply gives the engine what it thinks it should have at that particular rpm and TPS—right or wrong—and why it can give smoother (though less accurate) results.alessandromeyer wrote: Is it "just" a simple switching to TPS at higher RPM?
I am not sure of the exact page that you need, or if it can be found here, but have a look at the wayback machine. I found an archived page from ~29 June 2016 that might be of interest to you.alessandromeyer wrote:Does anyone have a copy of the 77e21.info site? unfortunately the site was taken down and its linked on so many topics concerning ITBs. There must be something worthwhile on it...
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