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Old 04-09-2012, 12:48 PM   #41
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It works fine. Just make sure you do lots of datalogging before you switch over to your MAP voltage table.
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Can you tell me if there's a way to find out something on short term fuel trims on a 1.6L miata considering its obd-1. check the video, you will understand.

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Can you tell me if there's a way to find out something on short term fuel trims on a 1.6L miata considering its obd-1. check the video, you will understand.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SCeMaLC0Dqo
I'm really not sure what you are asking. That video is showing how to set a target AFR using the f/ic. If you just tune your fuel cell properly you won't have to worry about having the f/ic automatically try to reach a target AFR.
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After going through your site, reading the instructions twice, it helped me understand, thanks.
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Old 04-22-2012, 11:22 PM   #46
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I installed my FIC 6 yesterday and the car works fine. You can trust dbmiata.com instructions by the letter, it works.

My last hurdle is the MAF sensor.
I thought about removing it and install a spare GM 3 bar map sensor I have hanging around fed from a vacuum nipple on the intake manifold. Wired on the MAF in, MAF out wires on the ECU wiring and intercepted for the FIC. I already have a GM IAT sensor installed on the intercooler piping because I planned to mspnp the car without success.

Would it be a good idea considering I want to get rid of the MAF?? Gurus guide me through this, thanks!!
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Your best bet is to use the internal map sensor on the f/ic and do the MAF simulation.
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ok, thanks. I'll ask my dyno guy to do the maf simulation. thanks for the advice. I'll show him your thread of maf simulation.
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