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Old 03-22-2010, 08:23 PM   #1
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Default Tuner studio not working on my vista x64 system...

Im not using megasquirt either, but im trying to get a screenshot of this MS fuel map.

kpa vs rpm.

if anyone could help me out... that would be fantatic.

i bought a turbo setup and would like to use his fuel settings as a basepoint.



thanks,
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Here you go.
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Thanks dude.
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Im not using megasquirt either, but im trying to get a screenshot of this MS fuel map.
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i bought a turbo setup and would like to use his fuel settings as a basepoint.
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So what exactly ARE you using? You do realize that the fuel map is 100% subjective to the size of the engine/fuel injectors # of cylinders # of squirts per rotation,etc.etc.etc right? The #s don't actually MEAN anything outside of the context of that particular setup.
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how about injector duration with kpa vs rpm?
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the same manifold, same turbo, same downpipe, similar exhaust, slightly different size injectors (can rescale very easy) and im running aem ems. i am aware that it will vary, but it would be the best starting point since the startup cal doesnt have map ( read: positive pressure) so when i change to map, my breakpoints mess up and i need to have a tune in boost.

i have a wideband and such i just need to get it close.
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the same manifold, same turbo, same downpipe, similar exhaust, slightly different size injectors (can rescale very easy) and im running aem ems. i am aware that it will vary, but it would be the best starting point since the startup cal doesnt have map ( read: positive pressure) so when i change to map, my breakpoints mess up and i need to have a tune in boost.

i have a wideband and such i just need to get it close.
AFAIK there isn't an easy way to view our fuel tables in terms of PW instead of a VE value. I could be wrong though.
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Dang.

Also i suppose this would change too since AEM runs sequential fuel too.
would still be nice to see if possible.
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Yeah there is know way to display actual duration that I am aware of. MS uses Volumetric Efficiency to calculate fueling.
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