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Old 12-07-2013, 05:52 AM   #1
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Default MS3x How does my Ignition Table Look?

So I Finally have my car running again. The Idle and WUE are spot on. Ive done a few runs around town with the boost turned off, and now I'm ready to start dialing in the Map at 8psi. I'm confident in my abilities with most aspects of MegaSquirt, but I'm still getting the hang of tuning spark. Just wanted to get opinions on how my Ignition table looks before I go out romping on it. Definitely not looking to set any power records here, I'm Just looking for something more towards the conservative side of the house.

Details on the car in question
1.6 out of an Automatic
460cc Rx7 Injectors
Toyota COPs
Running sequential Fuel and Ignition through the expander board
Tubular SS manifold with EWG
Greddy TD05-16g (Small compressor wheel)
3" Mandrel Bent Exhaust/Dump pipe
~8 PSI boost
Blitz EBC
91 Octane California **** Pump Gas

Here is a Screen shot of the Ignition Table. Ill also upload the current tune that I am running.

And if you see any obvious flaws or recommendations in the rest of my tune, I would be much obliged.

I realize that the AFR targets are a little rich, I wasn't concerned so much with economy, just didn't want to go too lean while getting the car running.
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Old 12-14-2013, 03:55 PM   #2
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Old 12-14-2013, 04:18 PM   #3
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didn't look at tune, just glanced at timing table:

too much advance 2200-3400 in the positive pressure regions will really be tough on the engine if you were to load up the car in high gear high load low rpm.

otherwise not a bad starting point

*edit: but you have a 1.6 so you might not even see positive pressure that early in the rev range LOL. either way though, I'd address that just to be safe.
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