Tunning help

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filip2mac
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Tunning help

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Hello i have recently bought a flashpro for my fn2 and i loaded up the group N base map and thee car felt really good i added pops and bangs also reduced revhang now my question is how to make more power as im guessing i need to tune the fuel tables because im geeting 14 afm at full throtle, also i would like to know how to change the target afm from the ecu.
mods: cold air intake,decated exaust with stock headers geting aftere market ones soon
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To tune for power you need to put it on the dyno so that you can measure power levels with the changes you make. Ignition will have the most effect on power levels.
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And what about street tunning?
Thanks for the fast response
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You really cannot tune for power properly on the street as you have no way to measure the changes that have been made.
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So basically right now i should just wait for my headers and after that get it dyno tuned right
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That would be the best course of action.
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If u can find a flat straight road .. virtual dyno can see differences on cam angles and ignition advance
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