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Old 06-14-2013, 12:00 AM   #1
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Default Need help setting a map new to tuning

I'm gonna step out on a limb an most likely gonna get ripped to pieces

but I've got a 1990 1.6 lnc swapped with a stock 300zx turbo running on band aids I'm trying to take them out I picked up a set of new RC 750cc injectors I picked up a ms1 2.2 with a ms2 daughter board it should be here in a few days

Real issue I can figure out how to install it there a good write up for that but setting it up HOW I could really use some help setting it up its a stock motor he shipped me all of the sensors just need a base map I can use until I'm ready for e85 and a larger turbo any help is greatly appreciated!!!
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Old 06-14-2013, 01:11 AM   #2
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Holy run-on sentence Batman. Got no clue what you're asking here.
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Old 06-14-2013, 01:47 AM   #3
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I'm going to step out on a limb and most likely get ripped to pieces, but I've got a 1990 1.6 LNC swapped with a stock 300zx turbo running on band-aids. I'm trying to take them out, so I picked up a set of new RC 750cc injectors. I also picked up an ms1 version 2.2 with a ms2 daughter board. It should be here in a few days.

The real issue, I can figure out how to install it. Is there a good write up for that, but setting it up. I could really use some help setting it up, its a stock motor he shipped me. All of the sensors just need a base map I can use until I'm ready for e85 and a larger turbo. Any help is greatly appreciated!!!

Well, that didn't help much. It still makes no sense.
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I need help building a map. Sorry getting a little carried away.
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Use the basic starter map?
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Tuning Your MegaSquirt

Read this. Then read it again. Until you understand what this all means, you will still be running on mental band-aids and blow up your engine. We can't build you a map that is optimal for your setup. Every engine setup is different, and has different fueling requirements. My map will not work on your car, and unless you understand HOW a map is built, looking at pictures of them won't help.
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Thank you! Will read into it! I was more hoping someone had a basic map and good instructions on how to tweak them for different set ups.
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And you have it. The base maps from DIYautotune and the megamanual are all you need.

Edit: You're more likely to be banned for asking than to be spoon-fed here. Go read, come back with questions.
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I understand will try and figure it out thank you!
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Wait wait wait! Don't you want to argue? You're supposed to be upset about having your grammar corrected, and being told to figure it out without spoonfeeding. Don't you want to come back with witty retort calling me names and telling me how dumb I am? You can't just take advice and march on, this is teh internetz!
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No hahaha made me laugh a little bit though! I appreciate the help just trying to have some fellow miata guys teach me the ways of the megasquirt that everybody here swears by! Id like to learn how to tune it on my own i just hoped someone had a good link explaining how to set it up with a base map and explain the features and tips and tricks. There was a good link posted i wasnt asking for asomeone to build me a map just explain how to build one!
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