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afc settings for my setup??????

Old 09-16-2003, 10:40 PM
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Default afc settings for my setup??????

ok i know there are a million and a half posts about this but i have been searching for like 1 hour straight now and i just need to know a couple things so first heres my setup:T3 turbo,starion IC,b18b1,OBD0 ecu,in my 89' crx and im not sure if i should bother getting 450cc dsm's or not so my first question is should i get the 450cc's? and the second is what settings should i run (AFC) without the injectors and then with the inectors if anybody could help me with this then i would be VERY happy thnx HMT members peace -mike
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Old 09-20-2003, 07:44 AM
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Default Re:afc settings for my setup??????

when people run high boost, they get big injectors to compensate for the air. if you run 450cc, the average boost people seem to run is around 9-11psi, and their safc settings are around -35 to -40 on high and low. **there is a sticky on this in engine management**

https://www.homemadeturbo.com/forum/...;threadid=3347

if you dont get 450cc and use safc, id just keep it at 0, i think its kinda pointless.
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