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First start with Turbo... questions

Old 11-27-2005, 06:36 PM
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HEllo, I get a kit for mount a turbo, T25, in my civic hatch 5 D16Z6,

I have the ecu chiped for NA setup, fuel map regulated according my wideband PLX250 and all ok

But I have questions before I goes to mount the turbo,,

Which fuel map I can use for the engine first start, to avoid detonation, I think first go too rich and slowly, with the PLX, correcting the fuel map lowing fuel... but How calculate the fuel to first setup knowing the psi is about 8, I expect about 200hp, stock internals, stock injectors (but with wallbro pump), fuel 98 octanes... ??

And the second question, I dont understand ignition maps, how I can adjust this map to avoid detonation? I think I have to retard the ignition, but how much?? how I can monitorize this advancing and know if the adjust is correct or is a bad adjust?

THanks a lot really & sorry for my english.
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Old 11-28-2005, 02:01 AM
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Default Re: First start with Turbo... questions

What program are you using[Uberdata,turboEdit etc}?You need to get some injectors preferably DSM 450's and then you can make a basemap for your setup and use the iginition retard feature.Your stock injectors will not work there too small.
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