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Need a D16Y8 turbo basemap

Old 11-26-2011, 10:24 PM
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Default Need a D16Y8 turbo basemap

My setup is as follows:

1999 civic ex
Hondata s300 (inside a p2
stock D16Y8 engine
725cc injector dynamics injectors
t-25 turbo
2.5 inch intercooler piping
2.25" full exhaust

Basically i just need something that will allow my car to run and possibly get to my tuner. More or less i just need it to be able to start up and run half decent, doesn't necessarily have to be drivable. Or if someone can tell me just how i can at least start and idle my car without hurting the engine using the s300.

thanks in advance for any input.
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Old 11-30-2011, 07:23 PM
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maybe the last one of the four would get your car started but its for dohc, but i think it will start it up. You won't hurt anything when you idle, lean won't hurt anything idle-ing but extream rich will just foul the plugs. let us know if it worked.
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Old 02-20-2012, 06:53 PM
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Ended up buying a basemap from phearable. it didn;t even get my car started but i got it started after tweaking it a bit. thanks anyways for the map.
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