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Decided to go TurboEdit now what file should I get?

Old 01-29-2006, 07:48 PM
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Default Decided to go TurboEdit now what file should I get?

I am ditching my fmu, missing link and maybe vafc, but not sure what bin to get for intial tuning.

here is my setup
-pm6 ecu
-450cc
-d16a6 with d16y8 head and vitara pistons
-my vafc is running my vtec and I would like to continue to use it to run it,
as well to make fine tuning of the air/fuel
- I now I would also like to run a 2.5 or 3 bar map sensor

right now the car runs great at 10psi from mid to topend, but my idle and low end is really crappy..If i cut too much fuel out it hurts my mid and topend power so mainly I am looking for a file that will give me good idle and allow for fuel adjustments with the VAFC.

here are the files I am considering from xenocron's bin files.

a) ng48_rory_2.bin
b) NG60_Splitime.bin
c) D15boost.bin

would really like in put from tuners pushing 15psi
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Old 01-29-2006, 09:25 PM
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Default Re: Decided to go TurboEdit now what file should I get?

If you use a 2.5 bar you can try mine. I wouldn't suggest just running it... everyone's setup is different. What worked fine for me could explode your motor . If you have a vafc... sell it and then spend the money for a burner and/or wideband and do the idle/partial throttle and WOT for yourself. Consider our maps up there as basemaps to get the car running.

To use the pm6 and my map.. you'll need a 5 dollar autorelay from Radioshack and some wiring. Very simple and works. Then the 2.5bar from xenocron or digikey and pigtailed into the stock harness. Then you are good to go.

I'd really just use the money from selling the vafc/fmu/missing link to buy a wideband and burner for yourself.
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Old 01-29-2006, 10:26 PM
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Default Re: Decided to go TurboEdit now what file should I get?

well I already have a really good wideband it is the DynoJet wideband commander, which has datalogging already, so i really just need something that won't blow my motor, but will allow me adjust the fuel without having to reburn a chip everytime.

I know that sounds gay, but as long as the idle and basic program was good enough to allow adjustments in the 5-25% range that would be perfect..because that is basically what I did with my current setup up it is just that it really is sorry from 900-3k and my ratio's are really rich.

thanks for the input!
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Old 01-29-2006, 10:38 PM
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Default Re: Decided to go TurboEdit now what file should I get?

Ok I might have to eat what I just said I noticed on PGMFI.ORG that Turboedit has

Real Time Programming - Change fuel, timing, rev limits, VTEC points anything on the fly while your car is running! Dynoing tuning has never been easier. No more rewriting EEPROMs and starting again. (Requires PGMFI RTP Board or Xtronics Pocket ROMulartor)

how the hell does this work?

The romulator is left hooked up externally next to the ecu and when I want to make changes I hook my laptop make a run datalog it then adjust acccording the ------sheet readout?

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Old 01-29-2006, 11:19 PM
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Default Re: Decided to go TurboEdit now what file should I get?

I can't vouch for changes with the romulator (although I believe it was setup first with TE), but I can vouch for full realtime changes using an Ostrich. I run an autorelay off the AC clutch output of my pm6 and control vtec through that. All works well and I tune while driving around (usually stop, read logs and adjust).

Format is this. Hook up your emulator (use device manager to figure out the com port its on), then open up TE. Open up the Options and choose your emulator and the Com port you found earlier. Now go ahead and Turn on RTP and it'll open a window and you can watch it upload to the emulator. Turn your car on and drive... take readings and then pause, then make adjustments and it'll update them on the fly for you... and rinse/repeat.
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