Driveline loss on these cars isn't near 25%, closer to 10-15% which would be about 230-240 CHP if it was 200 FWHP, so the numbers are about right on the original dynoWish they would just tune it out. But IIRC, we used defoulers also on our A4 PC16.
Regarding the dyno jet: Dynojet is notorious for inflated numbers. The 209 wHP shown would equate to 280 cHP at 25% drivetrain loss.
What are realistic numbers? 230-250 cHP?
The MAF pegs out around 185 g/sec (should be close to 5V then). Since MAF logging is readily available for the AEB (but not much more): what are the reported MAF numbers with the PC16?
I know its a stone old post, but so is the PC16 file.The block of info quoted is not J31 info, it's the newer "hammer" file info for the ecus after the '00 J31 file. The J31 file and later years are not compatible because the eprom is not compatible, 2x the storage size in the later ecus.
On the fuel trims, it's not a matter of freaking out or not, it's just that the trims are set during all your regular driving conditions and things are running just fine based on that trim, say -10%. Then you go WOT and the maps call for x fuel and you get 90% of x. This may not be good under WOT. Just because the ecu maps tended toward rich in normal driving, doesn't mean you're still rich by the same amount WOT. You want the car to run as close to the program maps as possible under WOT and it wasn't programmed to run -10%. The rest of the time I'd agree the trims can adjust for just about anything.