i think we meant "static" test , throttle it to 2500 rpms on some cars , i believe they said with the DAD still attached ,not sure how it will catch the pluggers ?
They will pull pids like O2 sensor. When you raise the RPM, the O2 frequency should change too. MAF, TPS, Calc Load, STFT and more should change. I think it will be a bit challenging to the emulator programmers, especially if BAR asks for different RPM values or snap throttle.
I would imagine, they're not having everyone do this due to the amount of data required to be transmitted in real time.
Then again, perhaps they're saving the data locally in a comma delimited text file, and uploading that for analysis. Again, just a SWAG on my part.
Why make it simple, when it will work equally as well complicated.
Maybe this new test will catch cars with ECUs remapped for performance since we cant see by looking at them. If thats what the state is trying to do then more cars will fail for reflashed ECUs with advanced timing etc.
Great ! i was just thinking we are going to have to put another monitor screen on the wall for the OIS "dynamic" test , Unless it has an alarm sound at the end of the rpm period , but then how could we hear it if we are revving the engine to 2500?