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My first attempt at making a basemap in Crome

Old 07-23-2006, 01:46 AM
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do you have a wideband? if not, do you have easy access to one?

if your answer was no to both, then dont even use your own basemap, since you dont really know what you're doing.

there are basemaps for f22a's floating all around the internet.
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Old 07-23-2006, 01:18 PM
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ok. then go try it out. if you immidiately see it to be too lean, turn it off and go adjust.

its called street tuning.

but to start you off, the non boost portion is way too lean.

this is how an NA map looks.(f22a1 stock). its really the map for my f22b dohc, but the maps are NOT much differnt. its a lil richer in some spots, but not by much. even the timing is very similar.

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Old 07-23-2006, 01:40 PM
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i have much better roms on uberdata of my f22a1. it was running pretty damn good after about 3 days of wb tuning.

part throttle and idle were anywhere from 14.9-16.2, and wot i aimed for 13's.

timing is conservative, meaning pretty much stock.
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Old 07-24-2006, 10:39 AM
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use xenocron, or attatch it to your post.

and uberdata is not that hard to learn. its not much different than crome. the fuel/timing values are the same. its pretty easy and shouldnt take much time to learn since you already have some tuning knowledge.
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Old 07-24-2006, 11:34 PM
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yea, people usually tune timing on the dyno. if you're not on the dyno, then cant really tell what you'er doing. i mean, you could be knocking but not be able to hear it. thats why you gota make it really rich.

and no, i never mess with the engine size thingamijig.

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looks alright, but its still lean at idle. i mean, on mine I had the values in the 40's and it was around 14.2ish afr.

but i was using stock injectors, so that could also be why you're is leaner. go ahead and just try it out. if its too lean, then that means the rest is too lean.
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