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Old 10-27-2009, 11:53 AM   #1
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Does anyone have a basic map for hydra or the FM hydra map I need to reset mine. I purchased a FM Hydra set up from a buddy and now my shop needs to reset the ECU cause the guy had it all messed up and I need to reset it can anyone explain how I will do this also does anyone have a basic map I can reset this with?
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Give FM a call.
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No thanks they want to charge me 60 bucks.
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No thanks they want to charge me 60 bucks.
You're joking right?
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No thanks they want to charge me 60 bucks.
Wow that's lame... **** I really havent seen anyone with a Hydra. I would say your could look at the MS maps that all over the website and start from there. Im a noob Idk..
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Send me a PM with your email address and I'll get my map over to you.

*********WARNING ! DANGER WILL ROBINSON! DANGER!!***********
DISCLAIMER- I am NOT responsable if you blow your **** up. My map is for a 2002 VVT running 12psi and 93 oct. gas @ 1000ft altitude on a 2560R turbo and 550cc injectors.

No need to reset if you load up a new map.
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*********WARNING ! DANGER WILL ROBINSON! DANGER!!***********
DISCLAIMER- I am NOT responsable if you blow your **** up. My map is for a 2002 VVT running 12psi and 93 oct. gas @ 1000ft altitude on a 2560R turbo and 550cc injectors.
Good one !!
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FM charges for maps beacause Jeremy doesn't want to give his work away for free. if you buy the hydra or a harness from them, they will include one free map.

it's not hard to build a map though.
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Sent the PM's out thx guys. I bought this set up 3rd party I understand people want to be paid but I have bought other FM parts from them I believe if this is there product they should support it. Its a map I will continue to buy their products so long as they provide good ones at a reasonable price to competition and so-forth. Skipped their Fuel rail in place of the new Corky Bell design will post pictures when we get it on. Thanks to all who have posted.
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I sent him a base map that I used for my 01. Since his car is a 99, what changes would need to be done to it to make it work for him? Or better yet, anyone have a 99 specific base map that he can use?
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So Running think its a 2560 or 2860 garret turbo, 550cc's Injectors, PWR radiator, Begi New Fuel system. NO FPR, NO Upgraded Fuel Pump is this recomended? Precision Intercooler, HKS SSQV III BOV. Anything else I should say?
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it's more the inputs and outputs specific to the pinout of the harness that you should worry about, not the turbo and injectors.

find someone with a 99-00 car and get a map from them. then you can use the injector change trim function (tools menu) to scale your injectors.

the rest is all fine tuning as far as the map is concerned.
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Yeah I will need a VICS instead of a VTCS so anyone with a 99-00 have a basic map that I can start from would be greatly appreciated. Thx
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I have a 2001 FMII Miata with the Hydra 2.5. I am having a drivability issue around 2500 RPMs. The throttle is very uneven at that range with the idle jumping up and down a bit. The car was apparently dyno tuned before I bought it; however, it has had this issue since I bought it. Does anyone have any ideas?

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I have a 2001 FMII Miata with the Hydra 2.5. I am having a drivability issue around 2500 RPMs. The throttle is very uneven at that range with the idle jumping up and down a bit. The car was apparently dyno tuned before I bought it; however, it has had this issue since I bought it. Does anyone have any ideas?

Thank you,

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Hmm This not your thread. Search first and when you go through all your SELF-seach resources post your own thread with the issue. Im not trying to be an *******, but it is what it is, you might want to go through the Hydra subsection of Engine Management.
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Hmm This not your thread. Search first and when you go through all your SELF-seach resources post your own thread with the issue. Im not trying to be an *******, but it is what it is, you might want to go through the Hydra subsection of Engine Management.
Fair enough.
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