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Check my basemap b16a

Old 03-14-2005, 12:21 AM
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Default Check my basemap b16a

Hear is my base map for my stock b16a I used TE2.5.1 ng55. Im mostly curious on timing. How much * timing should I run top end for a safe tune. Any tuner feel free to give my your honest opinion.

http://home.comcast.net/~sleepercivic88/b16ng55safe.bin


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Old 03-19-2005, 10:09 AM
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just go wideband it.
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Old 03-19-2005, 02:20 PM
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Originally Posted by B16Drag
just go wideband it.
I ------- hatre dipshit stuff like this. Read the post, hes asking about TIMING not AF. Im starting to hate how everyone around here makes so many bullshit posts and goes on and on but when someone has a question like this.....NOTHING.

Does anyone know how much timing at 10psi is conservative for a high comp engine like the B16?? Huh NO ONE Everyone out there are SHEEP. Just my rant
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Old 03-19-2005, 09:57 PM
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Default Re: Check my basemap b16a

Originally Posted by 88b16civic
Originally Posted by B16Drag
just go wideband it.
I ------- hatre dipshit stuff like this. Read the post, hes asking about TIMING not AF. Im starting to hate how everyone around here makes so many bullshit posts and goes on and on but when someone has a question like this.....NOTHING.

Does anyone know how much timing at 10psi is conservative for a high comp engine like the B16?? Huh NO ONE Everyone out there are SHEEP. Just my rant
Wow...that rant sure helped him a lot now didnt it

No one can take a look at your maps and just *know* whats right and whats not...if you threw them into Excel and graphed them out, you will get a better idea if you made any mistakes or not.

be conservative with your timing to start...a good idea is -.7 or so degrees of retard per PSI of boost from the stock timing maps.

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Old 03-19-2005, 10:01 PM
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about 20 deg. advance overall on a stock b16 with 10 psi should be ok....
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Old 03-20-2005, 03:00 AM
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Originally Posted by xenocron
..if you threw them into Excel and graphed them out, you will get a better idea if you made any mistakes or not.
I know you're talking about 2D graphs, but this just reminded me of this, since you apparently read these posts and not PGMFI..

Hit me up about getting rid of the excel ------ sheet helper stuffs. That stuff has to go. TE Plugin would be a more efficient and productive method.. lets get this done.
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Old 03-20-2005, 06:20 AM
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Originally Posted by boosted_b16
about 20 deg. advance overall on a stock b16 with 10 psi should be ok....
If I was making a map for myself or a friend, Id start it out at 17* total for 10psi. Assuming bone stock motor. Dont say 20* should be OK unless you've beat the living ---- outa your own stock b16 at 10psi and 20*
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Old 03-20-2005, 07:35 AM
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Originally Posted by leed
Originally Posted by boosted_b16
about 20 deg. advance overall on a stock b16 with 10 psi should be ok....
If I was making a map for myself or a friend, Id start it out at 17* total for 10psi. Assuming bone stock motor. Dont say 20* should be OK unless you've beat the living ---- outa your own stock b16 at 10psi and 20*
very true, I've had some basemaps with 17*-18* total timing (at 10lbs.). 20* "COULD" be too much timing pull for your engine. But then again it may not be. It's just going to take some testing from yourself to find out what your engine likes.
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Old 03-20-2005, 11:39 AM
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thanks, I guys are reassuring what I thought. I just didnt want to run a higher comp engine to advanced. Thanks
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