MAF Calibration 101

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Re: MAF Calibration 101

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Re: MAF Calibration 101

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Re: MAF Calibration 101

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Right there in front of me lol.
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Re: MAF Calibration 101

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hello there, i have a good knowledge about tunning and numbers but completly new to versatuner. the only part i dont get about the MAF calibration
is when i have the numbers ready from the logs and already input the numbers into the maf worksheet ....so i open up the map im working on go to calibration then MAF ..now what do i do ?????? cant seem to be able to delete the whole thing or able to use correctly the multiplier ....really have no idea lol and im ussualy pretty good about this things ...i can even straight copy and paste ...i dont even see the smoothing thing that ive seen everyone talks about ....anyone help ? if you can post screenshots or a mini video would be gladly appreciate thank you
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Re: MAF Calibration 101

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If you need to apply a multiplier just select the whole vector (CTRL+A) and apply the multiplier you want. You can do that for the whole calibration or only for a section of it.
Deleting the whole thing will not work, you have to have something in there. However you can paste new values over.
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