Finally decided to make my own thread so I can stop taking over other ones. A quick re cap of what happened across many threads and in the chat box:
I built an engine from an 03 Panther chassis ( I forget which one), had to get a new oil pan because I installed an HO oil pump, while doing that I modified some headers to fit the car, had issues with a cheap FTI TC I bought, and recently ran into an issue with my SCT chip causing the car to dump fuel into the cylinders. I went into detail here: http://forums.tccoa.com/7-engine-4-6...oth-banks.html
I recently started data logging to see what is happening with the car.
The chip is already in the mail to be looked over. In the meant time, I have been checking out what the cars stock EEC is doing. So far, this is what I have found:
Fuel trim bank 1 short term: 1.56%
Fuel trim bank 2 short term: 42.19%
Upon first start up, both were zero'd out until I gave a blip of the throttle, then they picked sides, like how you see in my 'last recorded reading'. When I blipped the throttle again, they swapped over. I dont know whats happening. At cruise (part throttle) they tend to stick to the same path but its not a very smooth line.
Fuel trim bank 1 long term: 7.81%
Fuel trim bank 2 long term: 11.72%
Im assuming this is what counts, but Id like to get the short term readings as close as these numbers are
Air Fuel Ratio (measured): 14.4
o2 volts bank 1: 0.75v
o2 volts bank 2: 0.085v
Volumetric Efficiency (Calculated): 19%
These were all taken at idle, at the time of writing this there are still people in my area that will call the cops on me if I take it on the street just because of how loud it is.
If anyone knows more about this stuff and could tell me whats going on, thatd be awesome.
I wont just use this as a data logging thread, just new stuff I am up to with the car will go here.
Probably a shitty first post but Im hoping I can only get better from this