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Old 12-13-2007, 04:38 PM   #1
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Pulls were done on 2 maps at 11PSI. More tuning has been done since then, and running 12.5 - 13PSI 240+ WHP. (Unsubstantiated because I didn't get a printout. I will get another one next month.)

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Good job! What's that hump attributed to?
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Good job! What's that hump attributed to?
It was the Xede compensating for a lean spike. (My MAF needed some cleaning, it has been fixed since then.)
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the spike is just noise.

shame it's not an RPM based plot. looks good non-the-less.
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Damn noise. (The tuner shop told me the xede adjustment thing.) I will get an RPM based plot next time. (January)
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Ask the dyno operator to save the dyno run files to a jump drive for you. You can download winpep from the website and convert it yourself.

Good job. Be sure to send me copies so I can post it on the web. A couple of things to try on your next tuning: Move the rich "dip" from 52 to 65. A little extra fuel at peak torque will allow for a little bit more top end power. Get the fuel curve good, then start adding timing.
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