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H22A 450cc Inj AFC NEO TUNE

Old 07-11-2008, 11:49 PM
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Please help just installed my turbo kit on my lude but is running horrible please help with my tuning im running 450cc injectors and an 250 fuel pump and im using an afc neo to tune it please help me i dont know how the specs to tune it im just looking for that sweet zoom zoom zoom pssst and i still dont have it just need a tune anyone that knows please help me thank you
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Old 07-12-2008, 12:11 AM
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start with -30 across the board and go from there.
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Old 07-12-2008, 04:35 PM
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Keep the boost below 4 psi or else that H22 will ---- ring lands, like H22 are famous for doing when you feed them too much timing via an AFC hack.
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Old 07-12-2008, 09:43 PM
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Please read the noob section on engine management. All your answers are there. You need to either get a btm AND retard timing at the dizzy or get good engine management. The afc and btm are such a wrong way to do things but it can work but your performcance will suck and your fuel consumption will suck your walet out of your hands to run safe. Hope you got the neo for free. I sold my safc2 for 50 bucks cause that all i could get but i got almost 400 for my 6btm.
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Old 07-13-2008, 02:03 AM
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Okay, i re-read what i wrote, your neo doesn't totally suck, it looks cool up there on your dash, and you can run boost safely probably up to 9psi with a btm AND retarded base timing and big injectors, but you will get way better performance and effieciency with a good emsystem(to be safe will really rob you of your horses with the afc). AND after buying that very expensive btm and you probably paid 200 or more for the neo, that right there would have covered your good ems. But like J.D. said you will trash the engine if you don't do something with timing. And none of what i wrote was to incourage you to go that route of using your neo.
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Old 07-13-2008, 10:59 AM
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Originally Posted by Joseph Davis
H22 are famous for doing when you feed them too much timing via an AFC hack.


thats why we call it HACK *** ---- :P u know the money u spent on that safc u could have bought a chipped ecu and a good base for your set-up.and had 50-100 bucks left over.
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can you chip that ecu?
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Yeah, but there is no properly reverse engineered boost code for it, just some table hacks for NA based stuff. Everyone converts to Civic/Integra OBD1.
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