Damn! Nomatter what I do with the spark only cut, my car just like revs up and thats it. Nothing like this!! (yeah bad for you turbo, yada yada, I just want to know what im doing wrong with the settings)
do you have your active above TPS value set properly? The throttle has to be pushed beyond that point to activate it. if i push my throttle partially it'll redline the **** out of it. gotta go wot or at least past that threshold
No it works fine (spark+fuel cut and fuel cut). Its just when I have only spark cut, it hits the rev limit, and instead of popping like in the vid, it makes like a gurgleing noise and slowly revs up higher and higher past the rev limit still createing no boost. Should I have the timeing way retarted? advanced? should I have the hard cut lower (its at about 3300 rpm)?
the fuel cut at -10 degrees timeing makes around 4psi bounceing off the 3300 rpm limit.
dear sir, why would you retard to -10°? or fail to drop the e off the end of your words before adding ing?
Well it is quite simple fellow sir. I was pondering how to make my launch control better, and in this deep, deep thought, I asked myself what would happed if I retarded the timing way back? Possibly really hot exhaust gas? So I tried, and it my amazement, at that ridiculous timing, it made 4 pounds of boost vs almost none at 10 degrees. I'm not getting my manifold super hot or anything, so I figured why not keep it. I then proceeded to tell my gay lover (I do drive a miata after all) who then awarded me with lots of buttscheks. Because I was in a little pain after that, I happened to leave the e in timing. My bad.
MS wants to know what timing to retard to, you put in -10°.
Telling MS -10° might cause it to 10° too soon, or somethign crazy.
10° = 10 degrees before top dead center. Due to the delay, this should ignite the spark right as the piston starts traveling downward. Who knows when -10° would ignite? when the piston wants the travel back up?
summary: you should simply insert the number 10 in the [ Retard to: (deg)] box.
which is not good, considering 10° of timing would put the flame front around 15ATDC. 10ATDC would put the flame front very far after from the piston, combustion happens late, lack of compression and power output....probably not good