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Old 01-29-2009, 11:52 AM   #1
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Default ve table for 99 ms1E

I am having fuel trouble still with this 99. so i wanted to see someone else's ve table for a 99 12x12 table..... just to compare and see the diff.. also to see if if it would work better.

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everyone's here will be the same, more or less.
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Old 01-29-2009, 12:06 PM   #3
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well for my 96 my table is definitely looking different. 99 fuel p is 60 statict, that's like my 96 running 15 to 20 psi.. so it should be a lil different. Also i did not specify its a 99 with 550cc. i just want to see the values under boost.

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How about you post yours.
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ill send the whole msq ....... here
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I got a VE map you should try. It's for a 99 w/ 550s. But injector size doesn't matter whatsoever on a ve table BTW. You adjust your req. fuel to compensate for larger injectors. Anyway, ve tables are different from NA's to NB's because NA's ran a FPR that was referenced to vacuum as to always have the SAME delta P. IE in vac pressure goes down, in boost, fuel pressure goes up. NB's rand 62PSI at the rail at all times, and it don't change. But with a stock fuel pump, you loose fuel pressure at higher RPMs. Shitty returnless system + weak shitty pump FTL.

Anyways, I'll find what my tuned safe map and post it here in a sec.
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Old 01-29-2009, 04:51 PM   #7
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Well, mine are 16x16. Here's a screen shot. You can just pick 12 of these or whatever. It will give you an idea of what I run.
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This is the AFR table it's tuned for.

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whoops. i saw VE and thought spark.
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Old 01-29-2009, 10:44 PM   #9
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Hey thanks PAT for the info

Any of you 99 guys ever had a prob with the regulator down by the fuel pump?
Like do they happen to fail sometimes or something of that nature?
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