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Do you have to wire up the ac switch to the ecu in some way to run one of the features, i.e. secondary maps, or is it already programed to do so. I tried activating the secondary's with the switch but it did not show the switch as active, is it because i do not have any of the actual ac equipment ho...
- Thu Sep 13, 2007 1:46 pm
- Forum: s300 / SManager
- Topic: ~~Launch Control/Antilag settings~~
- Replies: 3
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What settings are you guys running for your fuel enrichment, ignition and activation rpm when using the antilag feature. I know every setup is different i'm just trying to get an idea of what other people are doing.
generally speaking, do cams usually need an ignition timing advance or retard. I pulled a few degrees of timing until i finish fine tuning my fuel maps, I'm runnin a 12:1 comp b-series with crower 63402 cams.
Is there any way to compensate for a change in fuel pressure. I added more fuel pressure to compensate for a set of cams I installed, but my map is really hard to tune when it shows the amount of correction needed, I was wondering if there is a way to compensate for an alternate pressure?
Hey guys, I'm tuning with an lm1 wideband. When I first set mine up there was a slight offset between the reading of the wideband and the hondata. That is easily fixed through the offset compensation. My question is, how do we know that the offset remains the same at higher voltage. I.E. higher rpms...
i'm using the wideband and i have adequete fuel, maybe too much, i'm not goin to disable it, i don't want to ignore somethin that could prevent engine damage, i don't understand why people do that, not a good idea
i'm runnin factory pistons, but i am tryin to do my own tuning, due to being broke. Next time when I go home i'm goin to pull a few degrees of timing and see what happnes, if it keeps pullin timing i'll just ignore it.
I have a 11.8:1 comp motor with cams. I started tuning today and have a pretty good tune going, but i'm getting 1.7v of knock randomly at every rpm, and its pulling 10 degrees of timing. I used a b16 basemap for timing, and pulled a few degrees to be safe does anyone have any idea if somethin is cau...
There reason why i brought this question up, is because I want to do my own tuning. I have a wideband, and have tuned a map out, but i'm not sure if the ignition timing of a stock b16 is safe with my high compression and my crower 63402 cams. I want to try to avoid taking it to a dyno if i can at le...