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Old 06-04-2013, 05:09 PM   #1
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so iv had the DIYPNP in for a week now.

the car spec

stock Eunos 1.6 1991 NA (non turbo)
stock fuel pump
stock 240cc injectors
AFM removed, IAT installed.
lc-1 wideband

so the issue im having is the car feels fine uptill 4500rpm, where after it feels flat... is struggles to pick up any more speed and doesnt feel very powerful.

it doesnt feel to bad where your foot is flat to the floor but nothing really inbetween.

it struggles so bad that I cant get upto 100mph (on a private road of course)

Iv tried using the Autotune feature but not seemed to have helped.

iv posted below my ignition table, AFR and fuel table.

can you guys pick up on anything.

thanks

Fuel


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Old 06-04-2013, 05:31 PM   #2
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We can go deeper

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Holy cow are your AFR's FUBAR. Search and get that stuff straightened out.
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I did a search a used ones that came up in a thread on here. What sort of things should I be aiming towards.

This is my first time doing it so a little confusing
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Old 06-04-2013, 05:58 PM   #5
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Here. http://www.megamanual.com/v22manual/mtune.htm
Come back after you've read this.
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You did a search and that search gave you 15.3:1 AFR at 100kpa? Really?
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your afr are dangerous
your timing is very very very very mild

should be the other way around.
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Ok thank you for the advice. Id like to getting it running normally without any issues before turning it to get more power.

I did try uploading the basemap from DIYauto tune but as stated before car run very very rough, however I kept the timing from that map so I would assume that is the standard timing?

I will change the afr tomorrow after work once I have a look about trying to get a better table.
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just use something like this. import it into your afr table
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Ok Thankyou! I shall do this tomorrow
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I run something like this
keep in mind it's not the BEST MAP IN THE WORLD and also goes to 35psi


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Ok thank you I really appreciate your help !
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...and OP wins the award for most jacked up VE table of 2013
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You said it was non turbo. Why is the map scaled for over 100 kPa?

Stranger still... why is VE Analyzer Live making changes above 100 kPa?

Check to be sure your MAP sensor is reading something reasonable with the key on and the engine off.
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for some reason the fuel pressure always reads around 150% when engine is off.

also what would be reasonable for the map to be reading whilst off?
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You are reading fuel pressure in % with your MS?

Map should be ~100kPa (atmospheric pressure) with the engine off...
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