LSvtec Basemap (RMS Help)

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Djbower1
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LSvtec Basemap (RMS Help)

Post by Djbower1 » Tue Jan 31, 2006 11:20 am

Hi all,

onto my na car now...

Has anyone got a base map for a LSVTEC???

B18C Bottom end 1997cc 12.0:1
B16A Head 316/318 Cams
all your normal head stuff done eg. 3 angle valves ect. (JG HEAD)
fuel pressure @ 45psi with RC440cc inj

If any one has got a good staring point i would be realy grateful.

Thanks

Djbower1
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Post by Djbower1 » Wed Feb 01, 2006 9:45 am

19 views and no reply

Someone must be able to help.... please

Thanks in advance

tboostdsi
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basemap

Post by tboostdsi » Wed Feb 01, 2006 11:26 am

hey, have you tried the b16 greddy basemap...try that and see how it runs. i have a b18c5 w boost and i used the b16 greddy map. that seemed to work the best. at least this will get you started. if its too rich, load the b16 greddy map and maype do the fuel trim a little bit or change the injector size on the fuel trim.....make sure you have a wideband if you are altering the fuel trim and injector size.if you dont have a wideband, i wouldnt do any of this. take it to a tuner........good luck.

CivicVTi
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Post by CivicVTi » Wed Feb 01, 2006 2:29 pm

The guy does not have a turbo car.

I suggest you use the stock ITR calibration with the following changes:

1. Adjust injector multiplier for your injectors
2. Readjust them for added displacement (actually steps 1&2 are done together)
3. Reduce timing on all maps. 2-4 degrees is best

This should be OK to let you drive the car. Leave it in closed loop for added safety. You can also increase WOT fuelling just in case. After this, tune your car as soon as possible!

RMS
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Post by RMS » Wed Feb 01, 2006 11:26 pm

'email me.

are the injectors sat or p&h?
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Djbower1
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Post by Djbower1 » Thu Feb 02, 2006 9:10 am

RMS wrote:'email me.

are the injectors sat or p&h?
Email Sent..

Thanks

Djbower1
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Post by Djbower1 » Sat Feb 04, 2006 2:06 pm

Big Thanks To RMS for basemap ;)

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