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Need some quick help with basemap

Old 05-04-2007, 03:43 PM
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dohc ZC dyno tuned up to 11.5 psi 208hp/171trq .48/.60 T-bird 450's motorola 2.5
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About to start the pig finally... My setup is similar to this basemap but I'm using the stock honda MAP sensor (running 9psi) Is this going to be a problem and can I change it in crome? I have a burner ready to go but the program is still a little foreign to me

Also awhile back I disabled my IACV by opening the .bin with a hex editor. I searched and replaced two values to force the ecu to ignore it, but I forget what values are to be changed. If anyone knows what I'm talking about let me know in the meantime I'll look on the pgmfi.org boards
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Old 05-05-2007, 12:09 AM
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Default Re: Need some quick help with basemap

If it's anything like BRE you're going to have to re-tune to the lower boost level the stock map sensor sees. In BRE when you go from a 2.5bar map to a stock map it takes all the values that were originally tuned in the 2.5bar setup and squeezes those same values down to a lower range.
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