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Old 12-03-2015, 02:26 PM
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any one got a map close to my car i can use
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begi shanghi s-kit
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2.5 dp and exhaust
stock injectors
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BEGI PROBABLY HAS ONE. NOT MANY PEOPLE ON HERE HAVE XEDES.
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yeah they game me a base map but in gos lean right way and i was just wonderning how others have it setup before i take it to get tuned
i just need to limp it to the shop
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Each setup is different for each car. You need to tune it, or have someone tune it.
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Originally Posted by nickblackbelt View Post
any one got a map close to my car i can use
xede
99
begi shanghi s-kit
6psi'
no ic
2.5 dp and exhaust
stock injectors


You tune it yourself bruh'

I highly suggest heading over to this pdf LINK & chiptorque's website for additional tuning & setup.

What wideband are you using & has it been calibrated correctly

Not to familiar with stock injectors etc and what voltage they need to be at.

Don't touch the spark map until you understand what it does.

You can however start adding fuel. When you start adding load and it goes lean make a note at which rpms it's doing this and trace it back to your fuel map. use the > key to increase fuel. Do it in more than just 1 cell and you'll see it jump back down. Keep tuning and smoothing out the fuel.

Try to obtain a way to log your AFR so you can just review that at all rpms in the spectrum when you accel.


Or, call BEGi

Originally Posted by nickblackbelt View Post
i was just wonderning how others have it setup before i take it to get tuned
More than likely your tuner won't know how to xede... unless they're actually competent at tuning in general. (multiple ecus etc.)
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