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Old 02-05-2012, 02:44 PM   #1
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Hi,

I know how important setting the using a timing light is, so do I need to set the timing using the timing wizard each time I open a different MAP?

Also, how do I change the AFR scale in tunerstudio, my MTX-L reads from 7.4 to 22.3 but tunerstudio only reads 10-20. I have configured the WB O2 using custom settings and if the gauge reads 13.5 tunerstudio will also read 13.5 +- 0.1

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why would you be changing maps? this leads to failure.

but the trigger angle should just remain the same value if so.


if you've used custom wb, and plugged in those numbers you're good...the issue is your limits on the dashboard gauge...change those.
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Thanks Braineack,

I was changing maps because the map I got with the supercharger kit does not idle well, it runs for about 10 secs then revs drop to almost a stall before it catches again to about 1300 rpm.

I got another map from here (one of yours for Greg actually) and that starts and idles perfect. So I will just load that and tune it from there.

I will try to change the limits on the dashboard gauge, but that was my question - how do I change them?

I done a comparison between the two maps and noticed the trigger anle offset was different between the two.

So in summary, I am going to load your map and run the trigger wizard again to confirm and run autotune or VE analyse to tune it.

Thanks for your help,

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that's fine, but the trigger angle will end up being the same as the map you started with. doesnt hurt to verifiy.
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I will try to change the limits on the dashboard gauge, but that was my question - how do I change them?
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