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Old 07-26-2012, 12:28 AM   #1
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Default Turbo, megasquirt, AFR and VE fuel table for track only car

Let s talk about those. I'm new to miata and here but this car as amazing potential.

I try to tune thé best possible map for my ms2 but read contradictory thing.

What kind of AFR are you guys running. Some say to pût at least 11.8 everywhere In boost but thé car do feel way slower on thé track.
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I'm moving this thread to the tuning section. I added the table I use on most turbo cars, including my own.
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This info is of interest to me too, is there a way to read the afr/boost/rev levels without the MS software?

I have a Link and am interested in your AFR targets....
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I'm moving this thread to the tuning section. I added the table I use on most turbo cars, including my own.
That's great. What kind of AFR table do you have ?

Sorry if I posted in Race prep section... I hope racers will pass by Ecus and tuning.

Will try your map. thx
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This info is of interest to me too, is there a way to read the afr/boost/rev levels without the MS software?

I have a Link and am interested in your AFR targets....
Just install Megatune to view the files.
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That's great. What kind of AFR table do you have ?

Sorry if I posted in Race prep section... I hope racers will pass by Ecus and tuning.

Will try your map. thx
That is the AFR table I run.
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I run the car on 94 octane, spark's table is really different from what I got from DIY autotune.

Is it safe for a stockish 1.8L or you guys have many internal mods to run this kind of timing ?

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I run the car on 94 octane, spark's table is really different from what I got from DIY autotune.

Is it safe for a stockish 1.8L or you guys have many internal mods to run this kind of timing ?
It looks conservative to me, but I always let the dyno tell the story before I track the car. Remember that this is advice coming from someone with below-average intelligence so take my advice with a grain of salt because I'm not exactly "smart" when it comes to this stuff.
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Your fuel table seems the way to go, big thumps up for sharing to a noob like me.

Is it possible to see your spark table to compare from the base I have ?
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