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Old 05-15-2008, 09:56 AM
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So, about those spark maps ..........
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Dude thats awesome! Now I feel motivated to make the 10hr trip and get some real tuning done. Hmm I am going to [email protected] I wonder if I can make a pitstop.
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Old 05-15-2008, 10:47 AM
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Originally Posted by wes65 View Post
So, about those spark maps ..........
Yeah yeah, here you go:

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I uploaded my .msq also. Once again, there are many variables about my car that are likely different from yours, plus I'm on HiRes code.

Ben - take a look at my EBC duty cycle table

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Dude thats awesome! Now I feel motivated to make the 10hr trip and get some real tuning done. Hmm I am going to [email protected] I wonder if I can make a pitstop.
Allow a full day just in case, you don't want to rush it. Jerry works very well but it is a time consuming process.
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Yeah deffinately. Im leaving here on Wed morning so I may see if i can get in there on thursday. If you dont mind, pm me what they charged you. Thanks
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how come you GA folk don't utilize the EBC to decrease spool time?
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you'll need to make an appointment with DIY in advance. they're a very busy shop.
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Originally Posted by Braineack View Post
how come you GA folk don't utilize the EBC to decrease spool time?
I don't know WTF you're talking about. I'm sure there's a screen cap of my EBC table floating around here.

That being said, my EBC took a **** and I have not had time/motivation to look at it. Mechanical boost =
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Originally Posted by Braineack View Post
Hey I warned you guys like 2 years ago about that bolt.
Wasn't it you who pointed it out in my build picture thread?

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here's my current table. I keep the valve fully closed until I reach my boost target and let it quickly open to the desired DC%. Helps spool the turbo from the get-go, so there is no chance the wastegate will start to crack open as you are building boost. Granted this will only help you from a stop or on the dyno, but still.
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My first column was 70 and 2000 RPM, but that made the solenoid click like mad at idle. Jerry recommended making the first column zeros to make the noise go away, and it did. I took a log and worked the second column to where it is now and the onset is like it was before, which is plenty responsive for me!
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100 = no clicks its all good, congrats on the power.
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hmm, i'm starting to wonder if i have that bolt in.... no pissing oil.... but i'm still wondering...

****** sweet tho, koto... i need to get on that EBC thing...
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cheap insurance, if you've removed the AC you'll need a shorter bolt.

and thanks!
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Originally Posted by Braineack View Post
how come you GA folk don't utilize the EBC to decrease spool time?
I definitely do. I just can't seem to find the sweet spot for the rpm bins.
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Hey man, if you don't mind me asking, how much did you pay?

Thats sick, and if thats a conservative tune...making that much power...
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good job must be fun
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hey i was just looking over your msq. how come you have your EGO switchpoint voltage at .510v with a wideband?
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here's my current table. I keep the valve fully closed until I reach my boost target and let it quickly open to the desired DC%. Helps spool the turbo from the get-go, so there is no chance the wastegate will start to crack open as you are building boost. Granted this will only help you from a stop or on the dyno, but still.
I want to ask about this, in general. I had mine set up like that, and someone else was driving my car, and gave it WOT at like 2500rpm in 5th. The boost spooled up slowly, but by about 3000 it had reached "full" boost, and because I don't have it set to taper down until 3600rpm, it continued to reach full boost until I asked him to lift because the boost gauge was pegged. I immediately turned those numbers down to prevent that from happening again, but do you guys just not get that issue, or do you just hit overboost there (firmware issue meant my overboost wasn't working then), or do you just not floor it until you're above 3000rpm in 5th?
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every car/wastegate is going to react differently. tune it for *your* car. my settings would destroy your motor. your settings would bore me.
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can you get in 5th at 2500?
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