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General Oscar tutorial question
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General Oscar tutorial question
Hi Everyone,

Thanks to all the help I have been getting here I feel much better. I want to purpose this thread to knowing if there is any effort that has been done to compile some of the commonly repeating charts and showing what does an ideal chart look like. I roughly have an idea but I admit I have never seen what an ideal FR\FL\TV\MV chart looks like specially compared to a healthy person.

Is it wrong to assume that most folks here should drive to understand how to adjust pressure to achieve the nice graphs? Are there threads you can refer to or point me to be better educated and on top of what I should keep pushing for?
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