Thanks dude, I am still trying to figure out the AP lol.You might want to read this thread about learning what / how to log on the AP.
I find that logging throttle % is helpful because you can easily trim your log files down to the portions at WOT (or close to it).
1 count of knock isn't a big deal. I'm pretty sure 2 counts is pretty negligible as well. It's when you start seeing clumps of more than that where you should investigate.
Keep in mind that knock sensors are sort of like microphones that listen for things that sound like mistimed detonation. They will sometimes misread a hard shift or other vibration as knock.
I believe if you are worried about your tune, you should also log timing retard to find out whether your ECU is pulling timing (it thinks there's too much knock).
I'm not an expert but this is what I've learned working with a knowledgeable tuner (happens to be Shadowcell who posted that guide).
Looks great, 1-3 counts of knock above 6250 rpms is very normal in these cars. It's not real knock and generally doesn't respond to reduced timing. The only knock in that log that I think *might* be real is in the 5500-low 6k range, though it's very few counts.
It may be smart to do a few more logs and see if you see consistent knock in that 5500-6k range.
Im running the Stage 2 OTS 91 map. Load values >200? Im lost lol
I have a 2011 GSR, the last time I checked Cobb didn't have any maps for an intake (just drop-in filter). I will re-check though.I see that you have an intake. Is there any reason you arent running one of the Stage 2+ Intake 91 OCT off the shelf maps from cobb? It might be a bit safer to run one of the Stage 2+ Intake maps in your case. I did this and had Hollywood X check my logs and all was well.