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Old 11-29-2016, 07:23 PM
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My question- "Does anyone have a 16x16 timing base map for a FM2 2001-2005 miata, preferrably the FM one."


Decided to go the route of mspnppro instead of the 221 or Hydra for my FM2 2002 miata. Engine is bone stock and using a gt2560 turbo. Going to use the DIY 2001-2005 base map to get the car running but obviously I will need a timing map for a turbo car not a stock one. I could use the DIY 94-97 turbo tuner timing map but I would prefer one that is 16x16 and for a setup closer to mine.

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I think this is what you're looking for: MegaSquirtPNP by DIYAutoTune.com
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Old 11-29-2016, 08:27 PM
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No, I've looked over those and the DIY 94-97 turbo timing map is what most use but having a 2002 I have a higher CR and that map is for ms2 so its 12x12 I was hoping for something that was 16x16 and more similar to my setup to start out with.

I am not looking for a whole tune, just a timing map, preferabbly the FM base timing map
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Old 11-29-2016, 11:43 PM
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No, I've looked over those and the DIY 94-97 turbo timing map is what most use but having a 2002 I have a higher CR and that map is for ms2 so its 12x12 I was hoping for something that was 16x16 and more similar to my setup to start out with.

I am not looking for a whole tune, just a timing map, preferabbly the FM base timing map
You didn't look very hard. Go back and you will fInd 2001-2005 Miata - MSPNPP-MM0105 Basemap
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Old 11-30-2016, 12:17 AM
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Sigh, thats not what I'm asking for.

Let me rephrase this- "Does anyone have a 16x16 timing base map for a FM2 2001-2005 miata, preferrably the FM one."

The tune you linked me is what I will be using just to get the car started but I obviously need to change the timing map since that timing map is for a bone stock 01-05 and my car is boosted. I know there is the DIY 94-97 turbo tuner map that I could steal the timing map from but that one isn't ideal since its 12x12 and for a engine with a lower CR then mine.
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Here you go .
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^Thank you!
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Oops cropped the map let me figur out how to get you the rest. Fred B
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Afraid I'm not helping , the FM Hydra maps are 32x32 . My bad
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The 32x32 was still helpful, I can convert it myself. But if someone already converted to 16x16 that would be even better.
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