Originally Posted by djp0623
I just wanted to thank everyone for the support I've received during my diypnp build. I put it in the car and started it up last night. Everything seems to be working ok. (idling only, I haven't driven it yet). Before I go driving I have a few questions about some of the tunerstudio settings. Primarily in EGO and general settings. The max and min ego settings seem to be too close. I'm sure that I don't want wideband control at full throttle, but the max should be higher than 105 kpa right? At the moment I plan on running about 12psi (~183 kpa) I will stop boring you with the discussion. Please help me with the settings in the windows that are included in the following images. I don't want to drive the car until I can confirm good values. Thanks again
The EGO max seems reasonable to me, I personally don't want the ECU making changes to my tune under boost. I'll tune it right, and I don't want to chance a bad sensor, connection, misfire situation, sending errant wbo2 info to the ECU in boost that it would try to correct on. Set it right on the dyno and forget it. Monitor it with a wideband gauge, and if the readings ever start to drift you know something changed. Your filter is clogged, your plugged are fouled and starting to misfire, something.
On the overboost settings, I'd set it either right at or maybe 5 or so kpa higher than you want to boost to. That's pretty much that.
Idle advance needs are personal preference, it can be nice to use but isn't needed, check the manuals to exactly how to set it up.
Alot of the other settings you have displayed the defaults and/or current settings are fine for. And as for everything else it should be covered fairly well in the MS2/Extra MegaManual (MS2/Extra Manual Index
) and you can also reference our DIYPNP base maps we've generated and that are up for download at DIYPNP Available Models at DIYAutoTune.com
. Though keep in mind settings that need to be tailored to the car, or that are subject to user preference, we didn't setup in our base maps but left that to you. In those cases the MS2/Extra manuals will be the guide to making the right decisions for your car.