Those timing numbers LOOK like they were at WOT, but BrutalMetal is right - in order to tell we need either throttle position (which we can compare to the TP for optimum power mode) or spark source (which livelink, again, doesn't have). These MAF's read frequency, so you have to read it in khz. However, the khz don't work properly in livelink (i believe it's called MAF period and has to be converted). They only operate in closed loop, even at WOT (optimum power mode). Since the o2 sensors are now wideband, it gets feedback at wot and doesn't have a "open loop" mode. The TP for Optimum Power mode is what we'd look for. This optimum power mode has it's own spark tables, fuel tables, etc. It's like open-loop, the only difference is you get o2 feedback.
The numbers on those datalogs are definitely innacurate, though - either way. The spark advance reads weird... close, but weird. The knock is BS, though. I do believe 0 knock is 0 knock, but once it starts getting knock feedback, the ford IDS unit shows WAY different results. We went out and bought the Ford IDS specifically for datalogging the 11's because of this issue. It's a $3000 tool, but it's worth it to ensure the accuracy of thousands of tunes.
The problem is just that the stuff doesn't read correctly in Livelink yet. SCT hasn't had a chance to get around to getting it perfect. Some stuff works great, some stuff doesn't work at all, some stuff works but doesn't read correctly.
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