Hi there. Sorry for your troubles.Yesterday I did two logs on my 2011 STi. DAM was at zero from the first cell on the log to the last, but the car is boosting, accelerating, generally running great. The logs are long and reflect the end of the car being warmed up and a spirited drive. Plenty of boost and load, very few knock below -1 deg, but DAM pinned at zero. Whatever sent it to zero must have happened a while ago. I drove it Saturday just casually for the first time in weeks, Sunday I took the log with the bad news.
So, I reset the ECU with the Accessport. Drove around for a while and DAM went from 0.81 where it started suddenly back to 1.0. I drove it casually and did some fifth pulls cause I figured if it was gonna get fucked, up hill in fifth would do it. Anyway, picked up a few -1.4 feedback knock events during high boost and load, but it always learned them away incrementally and quickly. Although no one wants to see knock, I see this as the computer doing it's job at least, and since it was never more severe than 1.4 deg being pulled, I feel like it's "ok". I guess with my limited understanding, fine knock learning "predictably" stayed at zero since I had just reset the ECU.
Anyone have any insight? Any pros feel like looking at a couple well formatted logs? I will email or post but can't till later. Basically, the "bad" log shows a spirited drive that would look fine except DAM at zero. I didn't look at DAM before I took off up the canyon, lesson learned #1. The log I took after reset shows DAM at 1 and the stuff I listed above. DA during load was typical, 4.57 deg.
I'm going to keep logging but I honestly barely drive the car. Saturday was the first day in a few weeks, drove through a massive rain.
2011, 20k miles, stage 1 91 cobb ots map. What has the car done to itself? Is number 4 about to shit the bed?
Thanks for any feedback!
Is the car completely stock besides the stage 1 tune? I would verify the maps shown in the REFLASH and REALTIME slots are both the stage 1 91 map (check this via the "Tune" -> "Show Current Map" menu on the Accessport).
Can you post up the logs on google docs and link them here? (make sure to set the permissions to public so they can be viewed by anyone). Are you at any kind of altitude or drive up to altitude at any time?