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      01-20-2013, 10:07 PM   #8
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COBB has advised me multiple times that under load, or WOT, you do not want more than 3 cylinders correcting at the same time. So most, if not all, should be zero under load. While just driving around normally there will be corrections done randomly by each individual cylinder that shouldn't concern you as long as the car is driving fine. If you data log a few runs and notice that 4,5, or all 6 at the same time have timing corrections than it is time to send that log off to COBB for some correction, or have a pro-tune done.