Use the base duty cycle map to get close to your desired boost. Then use the boost compensation map to add duty cycle if your target is higher than what you have your base map set up for (i.e. a high boost switch). Tune via boost comp until boost is relatively close and then play with the error graph or the PI method
Yes I know how to tune it, but that does not explain my problems.
Why does only proportional control have a time based error correction? There must be some integral control even when there is P gain and I = 0.
Why do I see the huge spikes in the error control on my logs (using only boost error table...P&I are 0)? I think this may be fixed now that I updated to the new version of aemtuner. I did not see it on my last log.
Why does the boost error table not correct as much as it should? Does it pull duty cycle or percentage of the duty in the base table?