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Old 06-08-2016, 12:00 AM   #1
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Default Can anyone remote tune my Data Logs?

Is there someone around here who I can send my data logs to and have them send an edited MAP back? I am having an extremely difficult time finding a professional in my area (upstate NY) to dyno tune it, and I'm having a tough time learning all this tuning stuff.
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1.6 with ms3 should be a walk in the park. What kind of problems are you having?
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Mostly the drivability stuff. I would really love to have it professionally dynode just so I know everything is perfect. Maybe I just need to spend a lot more time with VE Analyze Live running while driving?

I just did my first ever full log this morning. Theres just so so many settings that effect every other setting its tough to keep up with although I am learning.
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Can you screenshot your VE map and post it? I've seen several maps where it looks like WOT and cruise are tuned pretty well, but those tough to hit in-between areas are way out of tune and cause driveability issues. With stuff like that the easiest thing to do is go into the map and manually make some conservative interpolations to clean things up. Then you can use analyze live to make minor adjustments from there.
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Make like 40 data logs. It will all start to make sense.
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Mine is running fairly nice and smooth with just a bunch of Tune Analyze live and the basemap and a little fidling with Mapdot AE. 1990 with MS3x. I just take it on drives up and down steep hills trying to hit every load and RPM range I can.

Only hickup is it bobbles at 1800rpm. I think I fixed that last night though
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I can help you out
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