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Old 12-20-2014, 12:07 PM   #1
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Hopefully starting up with the turbo for the first time today. I have been running N/A on MS for a few months and tried my best to scale all my maps.

For fuel I took the map that I had, which was tuned up to 100kpa, but had rows up to 200. I noticed that autotune had been adding fuel the whole time so I added a bunch of fuel in boost and will have autotune pull fuel if needed.



Running an AFR table I found from I believe sixshooter. Said it was a good safe map for boost.



Timing is DIY base map.



Any other tables I should check?
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Subbed for input, I'm in the same situation. I found a super safe timing map searching tho
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Smooth the whole table then repeat and check AE settings after you have confirmed what ms at what tpsdot in megalog.
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Yeah, that timing map is pretty conservative. You should be fine in that regard. Can't speak to fuel because all VE maps are relative.
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by pretty you mean very, right?
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Yeah. I know the timing map is conservative but I'll get it on a dyno soonish. I know its safe though.
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you drop 7 from 0psi to 1psi. that entire top portion in boost, that looks like you altered, should be raised 6
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you drop 7 from 0psi to 1psi. that entire top portion in boost, that looks like you altered, should be raised 6
All I did was import the diy base tune table. Hmmm.
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there's no reason to retard the timing 7 the instant you enter boost. you're safe to drop like 1-2 per psi.

I ran 16 timing at 200kPa for years.
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you're asking if your tables look good after importing a base map and not touching it? lol

you're on the right track though.

I'll comment on the ve table since that seems to be the only one you "tuned": there are drops in it that are way too abrupt, like 45 to 66 to 38 on the bottom. I know the requirements for fuel down there go up and down, but it shouldnt' be as abrupt, and also should be more smooth.

just my .02
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Multiple people have told me to just run the DIY base map for timing until i can get on a dyno because it is safe. Thanks for the comment on the fuel table. I will look into it.

And I guess good isn't the right word. I was more asking "this is my first turbo startup, these maps won't kill my car right?"
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they wont kill your car
and the advice to not mess with spark until you have everything figured out and know what you're doing, and have the ability to see changes in power/torque is a good one.

you are on your way
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