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Old 01-07-2009, 09:57 PM   #41
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Actually, I'm quite happy with my "midsized" extinguisher, and carry it all the time - no only worry is that sometimes in the trunk it'll get burried, not good for fast access. But there's not a lot of room in the cab, even though it's slender.
Mine's a 10BC, and it fits nicely in the little space on the floor behind the passenger's seat. Assuming nobody is sitting there, I can access it pretty easily from the driver's seat by reaching across and tilting the seat back forward.
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I'm highly considering an extinguisher before playing with my fuel system.

Glad some of you guys have them. I wont feel like a ricer now.
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Who knew the Bandit drove a rice burner?

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Old 01-10-2009, 01:38 PM   #47
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Ok so from here MX-5 Miata Forum - Auto tune or VE analyzer ?????

This is basically what I have done so far in a nutshell
Free air cal of the LC1 and went to Configurator and chose the default LC1
Then I went to Basic Settings -Exhaust gas settings and chose wide band.

Now I am trying to set up the best AF1 target settings for a non aspirated 1.6

Are the settings in the AF target table actual A/F rations ?

I wound like to end up with a 12 by 12 VE1 table with somewhat more resolution in the mid region.

My current table reads up to 230KPA so it seems like I should type in the values suggested that do not waste KPA bins that I will nevr use. This is simple enough to type but what happens to the existing VE bins and their value ?

Can I just re scale the left column ( KPA ) and have MLV slowly correct the values in the bins or will the car run like crap.

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rescale your fuel map more like this:



spark doesn't really need to be changed.
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rescale your fuel map more like this:



spark doesn't really need to be changed.



What is that for? Looks lean as heck.
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Thanks !

What about fuel target table. ?

My fuel target table reflects the same KPA values.....

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What about fuel target table. ?
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Yeah that's how I feel
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That IS your fuel target table.
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That's his VE table, I think he meant AFR table.

You should read a bit about tuning and AFR values so you know what they mean instead of just plugging in numbers others tell you. It would also help to drive around and notice what part of your VE table you are using in different situation. But if you have to take an emissions test you want your cruise cells to be at 14.7. If you don't have to take one you could lean it out a little to get better gas mileage. You want your 101kpa bins to be 12.5-13.0. And in between you want to more or less scale the values between cruise and WOT.

Also when we say rescale your VE table we don't mean there is a button somewhere in megatune that does it for you. You have to do it yourself.
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Yeah that's how I feel
Read the megamanual. I've read your post on m.net and you seem to not have much/any grasp of how the megasquirt does its thing. Reading the megamanual on tuning and whatnot will be very helpful for you.
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That IS your fuel target table.
I mean the one under "More Settings" scroll down to AFR targets for VE table 1
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Read the megamanual. I've read your post on m.net and you seem to not have much/any grasp of how the megasquirt does its thing. Reading the megamanual on tuning and whatnot will be very helpful for you.
"Non grasping" - that's me
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That's his VE table, I think he meant AFR table.

You should read a bit about tuning and AFR values so you know what they mean instead of just plugging in numbers others tell you. It would also help to drive around and notice what part of your VE table you are using in different situation. But if you have to take an emissions test you want your cruise cells to be at 14.7. If you don't have to take one you could lean it out a little to get better gas mileage. You want your 101kpa bins to be 12.5-13.0. And in between you want to more or less scale the values between cruise and WOT.

Also when we say rescale your VE table we don't mean there is a button somewhere in megatune that does it for you. You have to do it yourself.
You can run a LOT leaner at 101. Unless you're NA and trying to make big power. Otherwise I'd run 15.5:1 at 100 kpa.

I think y ou can rescale, maybe that's only MS-II.
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He is NA.
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I think the table can be re scaled by increasing/decreasing PW but I'm trying to keep things simple....
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