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Old 09-03-2007, 04:33 PM   #21
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Is LOD calculated by dividing TPS by RPM?
I'm pretty sure I've had load increases on hills with no Δ in TPS.
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Old 09-04-2007, 08:35 AM   #22
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I'm pretty sure I've had load increases on hills with no Δ in TPS.
But your rpm went down? So LOD went up?
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ZugyNA, the joys of drive-by-wire gas pedals. My foot determines the TPS number, the ECU determines the LOD.
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ZugyNA, the joys of drive-by-wire gas pedals. My foot determines the TPS number, the ECU determines the LOD.
I'd bet (but not too much) that if you set up TPS/RPM/LOD on your scangauge...you'd see the calculation in realtime.

As RPM goes up at same TPS...LOD goes down? As TPS goes up at same RPM...LOD goes up?

Add in MPG and you should see an almost direct inverse relationship with LOD?
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