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Old 08-06-2010, 12:34 PM   #1
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Default MS running poorly just off idle help

Hello I have a 1990 1.6L miata with a mspnp, IAT and no afm. I have 305 cc injectors and changed req fuel to 10.1. I have been using tunerstudiosMS auto tune feature and also used mlviewer to tune. Have a LC1 wideband also. im also running a t28 turbo at about 11psi with an intercooler.

Problem- car idles but once the gas is tapped for the first 1000rpm or so car stumbles and feels really weak, once to about 2500rpm car runs great and holds afr's great. can you please take a look at my .msq and let me know if theres any settings that could be better, i know ve tables and spark tables i have to tune. Thanks again.

also i have read everything on this site and msmanual to try to sort out my problem.
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