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Old 04-03-2008, 01:54 PM   #1
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Default Finally, almost one of you...at least in this dept.

I just got my MS back from Braineack and it has the HR code loaded, w/ the MSPNP 96-97 map, and I just went back and using the PNP 90-93 map for reference changed all of the settings to what the 90-93 had.

I'm going to try and get an O2 bung welded up in my test pipe today or tomorrow for my AEM and then install that.

Hopefully I'll be able to have the car at least starting by this weekend and driving around a bit to let the autotune crap work its magic... Any advice?

I'm excited, once I get this in, running well and some things taken care of, I can move on to other things.
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Good on you for deciding to install the wideband right away. I played with my fuel settings for 4 hours with the stock sensor in it, and the car still ran like crap. Decided to put in the LC-1, and voila, within a few miles of driving around the car feels like its 75% in tune. Feedback, FTW!!
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lol, and since it is my daily for the moment until my GTI is back among the land of the living, I'd like to keep it running decently.
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Yea, use Mega Log Viewer to tune with at first. Make a datalog and then analyze it and it will update your VE tables. Do this several times before messing with Autotune.
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VE analyzer in MLV was the greatest thing ever once I got my LC-1. It works really well
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Yea, use Mega Log Viewer to tune with at first. Make a datalog and then analyze it and it will update your VE tables. Do this several times before messing with Autotune.
Def will do.
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