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Old 11-02-2010, 09:15 PM   #1
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Updated my original post to insert a log file and my current map. I couldn't go higher than about 5-6k rpm because the car totally cut out in power. Help?



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So I finally got my turbo setup along with my adaptronic ECU. I'm running a GT28rs, 600cc inj and an LC-1. I've been playing with my settings every day however I'm not 100% sure what i'm doing right / wrong. I've attached the map I've been working hoping someone can give me some tips.

Few things:

1. Car stutters when i mash the gas
2. Not sure about my fuel / ignition
3. When idle, car will shut off after 1-2 minutes of turning heat on.


Also if anyone knows of a good tuner that knows adaptronic's and is close to / in NJ please let me know!


Thanks guys!
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File Type: ecu CZ - RUNNING MAP.ecu (8.0 KB, 107 views)

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Old 11-02-2010, 10:24 PM   #2
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Are you Jake's friend in NJ? If so I'm the guy who stopped by to help out when you were getting your top put on at the shop. I just saw Jake today, he mentioned u got the adaptronic and found a megasquirt guy in CT to tune it.

If you post the values instead of just the map file maybe MS users can chime in
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didn't have time to really look it over, but from the short glimpse I took of it: fuel map doesn't look bad (but that doesn't mean much, we'd need to see a log of your actual afr's when driving and in boost). timing map looks all over the place. smooth it out a bit at the very least. if car dies when you crank the heater up you need to increase electric load compensation.
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Are you Jake's friend in NJ? If so I'm the guy who stopped by to help out when you were getting your top put on at the shop. I just saw Jake today, he mentioned u got the adaptronic and found a megasquirt guy in CT to tune it.

If you post the values instead of just the map file maybe MS users can chime in
yeah thats me... The place i found is in Windsor Locks, CT which is about 3 hours away. I had to cancel my appointment because my tow lights weren't coming on and uhaul wouldn't release the trailor to me. i've tried to reschedule but they are busy with SEMA. I'll try and take some snapshots of my values and put them up.

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didn't have time to really look it over, but from the short glimpse I took of it: fuel map doesn't look bad (but that doesn't mean much, we'd need to see a log of your actual afr's when driving and in boost). timing map looks all over the place. smooth it out a bit at the very least. if car dies when you crank the heater up you need to increase electric load compensation.

I'll go out for a ride tomorrow and log some data for you to look at. Do you have any sample timing maps I can look at?
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Just smooth it out. Also there are maps posted throughout this section. Search for them.

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Havent had a chance to go out and fo some data logging but will try this weekend.
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Just smooth it out. Also there are maps posted throughout this section. Search for them.

Hey 18psi could u send me your map my way, really would like to see your igniton map, i need mine to be smoother but would like to see yours if that's cool.
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Same here... I'm in need of some serious tuning help!
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I just want to smooth out all my fuel and ignition maps they r very blocky even though it was tuned by a shop. So 18 psi if u can upload your map please
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