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Post your darn timing maps.... for those of you with real ECUs

Old 01-22-2007, 04:09 PM
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Default Post your darn timing maps.... for those of you with real ECUs

Interested in timing maps.. dont care what form their in.
Vehicle, motor, and compression ratio greatly appreciated...

Let me start: Golf 20v, 8:1CR:
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Old 01-22-2007, 06:38 PM
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If I knew how to make a pic from my screen I'd post up mine from my b16/[email protected] block, and still kickin in n/a form now :P
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Old 01-22-2007, 08:36 PM
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You can always do a Ctrl-print screen. and then open a word doc ument and press Ctrl-v and paste it. or google a screenshot program like screen hunter or something
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Old 01-22-2007, 11:31 PM
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50 degrees vtechhhhhhh
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Old 01-23-2007, 07:47 PM
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50 degrees vtechhhhhhh
Nah, the most I really saw was 38 degrees under the 4k mark...12psi at wot throttle only saw around 10 degrees. When my friend and I tuned it (he used to rent a shop and had a dyno...then the shop burned down :P) we went a little above 12 psi (stock map limit is really only about 11psi) to see what it hit, ran to 15psi and hit 317hp and I got a little scared, so we tuned it really conservative and came back down to the 270hp area just to be safe. Not to mention the dsm 450's were pretty much maxed.
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Old 01-25-2007, 09:49 PM
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So I take it that most of you aren't able to print maps or don't have the data?

Here's an estimator progam that someone wrote for coming up with an initial map.. However, I'd love to see actual timing maps of tuned vehicles:

http://www.powerpage.dk/tuning_ignit...tsmap_v106.xls
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Old 01-26-2007, 04:18 PM
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Originally Posted by slo_crx1
If I knew how to make a pic from my screen I'd post up mine from my b16/[email protected] block, and still kickin in n/a form now :P
----.. open ur bin.. press "Impr Pant" key.. after that open Paint.. press ctrl + V for to past in it and save with any name.. what's ur setup? that's a good turbo...
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Old 01-26-2007, 09:28 PM
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Originally Posted by Walter
----.. open ur bin.. press "Impr Pant" key.. after that open Paint.. press ctrl + V for to past in it and save with any name.. what's ur setup? that's a good turbo...
It was a stock b16a/sc61/dsm450's dyno tuned. I still run the map, although a little modified right now seeing that the motor's currently in slow-dog n/a form. I could never quite get the BRE n/a maps to run right on the higher rpm, so I just modified the boost maps instead. Here's the timing maps though...low cam, then high cam...
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Thanks for the tip for paint Walter...worked great!
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Old 01-27-2007, 08:20 AM
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np .. well you are OBD0-users what power are you making?
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Old 01-30-2007, 11:31 AM
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Originally Posted by Walter
np .. well you are OBD0-users what power are you making?
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Originally Posted by slo_crx1
Nah, the most I really saw was 38 degrees under the 4k mark...12psi at wot throttle only saw around 10 degrees. When my friend and I tuned it (he used to rent a shop and had a dyno...then the shop burned down :P) we went a little above 12 psi (stock map limit is really only about 11psi) to see what it hit, ran to 15psi and hit 317hp and I got a little scared, so we tuned it really conservative and came back down to the 270hp area just to be safe. Not to mention the dsm 450's were pretty much maxed.
Even at the 270 range it was way too much on the streets up here, especially for my tiny-*** brakes. The low to mid 200hp range in my EF is more than sufficient in northeast PA, and will still put a hurtin' on most cars around here.
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