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Old 06-12-2005, 04:16 AM
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I'm trying to make a base map for my d16y7 using uberdata ver. 1.7 I first open the stock gsr bin. and then import the p06 bin. Everything looks fine and reading to do the base map until I checked the hi fuel map. It's all kinds of messed up. i'm not sure whats wrong. I've done a search and I read some where that for a non-vtec bin. I should open the Stock LS bin. then import the p06 bin. That didn't work very well either. Please let me know. I'll try to put a screen shot of the hi fuel map i'm getting
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Old 06-12-2005, 06:03 AM
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Old 06-12-2005, 08:27 AM
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If your trying to run a P06 map, there will be no Vtec ignition and fuel tables for it. thats why they are like that. It should still be fine to run because the ecu's not going to be switching over to high fuel and high ignition maps, it's going to operate off the low fuel and ign.
I beleive there was a version of the Y7 that was Vtec at one point correct? The Vtec E or something More than likely if you need to control Vtec you can use the P28 basemap and add/remove functions as needed for your engine. Also if your not looking to add dataloging script to your basemap you coult use version 1,66. Those funky high cam maps don't seem to be an issue with 1.66 because you can open the stock LS rom and import without having the GSR's Vtec bits still scrambled into the P06 import.
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Old 06-18-2005, 11:47 PM
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i have a question for you guys.when you run a msd 3bar map sensor for 14lbs boost then what should yor fuel cut be.could you also explain the fuel cut terms in uberdata. thanks
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Old 06-19-2005, 07:51 AM
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You mean to say that when you run a GM 3 bar MAP sensor that MSD stuck into their box for a $50 markup, and plan to run 14 lbs of boost with your setup, that you should go to the Uberdata Forum for all your Uberdata questions.

There is a very nice, up to date thread on running a GM 3 bar with UD, conveniently located on the UD Forum. The people partaking in it, who know what the ---- to do, who have done it, either don't post here or won't help you unless you post there. Lots of us got sick unto the point of nausea of people downloading UD, asking idiots who've never used it how to use it on various non-EMS related forums, and then soundly trashing UD when in reality they were idiots.
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Old 06-19-2005, 11:16 AM
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thanks jd
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Old 06-19-2005, 08:39 PM
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I love you, too, bro.
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