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::update::TE Boost cut...dammit! almost got it!!!

Old 02-13-2005, 12:51 AM
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Default ::update::TE Boost cut...dammit! almost got it!!!

So i had my old basemap imported to NG48 and im still getting boost cut at 10 psi. Is this common with TE? Does Uber have the same Problem? i really dont want to have to limit myself to only 9.5 psi of boost :P

someone please chime in cause im lost here.

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Old 02-13-2005, 01:09 AM
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Default Re:TE Boost cut...dammit! not again!!!!

I don't know WTF you guys are doing to have all these boost cut problems. I've been running 15psi on both TurboEdit and Uberdata. :P
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Old 02-13-2005, 01:25 AM
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Originally Posted by Dr.Boost
I don't know WTF you guys are doing to have all these boost cut problems. I've been running 15psi on both TurboEdit and Uberdata. :P
****** ****** i hate you! buy my block!!!

BTW can you whip me up a basemap baby?
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Old 02-13-2005, 02:00 AM
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Default Re:TE Boost cut...dammit! not again!!!!

What map are you using right now? Have you tried any of the ones on Xenocrons site?

Try the "D15Boost" bin. That one worked pretty good for me. Also try the "ng48_rory" ones.
http://www.-------------/bins/index.p...tory=TurboEdit

I would take some timing out on the top of the D15boost bin though.

Are you checking the "Boost cut" box?
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Default Re:TE Boost cut...dammit! not again!!!!

Originally Posted by julio_bOOstamante
So i had my old basemap imported to NG48 and im still getting boost cut at 10 psi. Is this common with TE? Does Uber have the same Problem? i really dont want to have to limit myself to only 9.5 psi of boost :P

someone please chime in cause im lost here.

Julio
i run an old as version of TE to get around that ----...works fine up to like 14psi, tested...
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Old 02-13-2005, 04:48 PM
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Default Re:TE Boost cut...dammit! not again!!!!

Originally Posted by Dr.Boost
What map are you using right now? Have you tried any of the ones on Xenocrons site?

Try the "D15Boost" bin. That one worked pretty good for me. Also try the "ng48_rory" ones.
http://www.-------------/bins/index.p...tory=TurboEdit

I would take some timing out on the top of the D15boost bin though.

Are you checking the "Boost cut" box?
I thought if you checked the boost cut box it would cut off at a certain PSI. so does it have to be checked or unchecked?

Originally Posted by turbohf
Originally Posted by julio_bOOstamante


i run an old as version of TE to get around that ----...works fine up to like 14psi, tested...
What version is it?


OH and i would use one of theose rory bins but i dont have 450's and you cant scale down to a smaller injector
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Old 02-13-2005, 05:10 PM
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Default Re:TE Boost cut...dammit! not again!!!!

Whether its checked or not doesnt matter...doesnt affect ----.

Make sure you download the ORIGINAL NG48.bin file directly from TurboEdit.org and copy/paste your maps. Dont IMPORT/EXPORT....copy paste.

If that doesnt work you have other problems...
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Old 02-13-2005, 11:16 PM
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Default Re:TE Boost cut...dammit! not again!!!!

Ther eis a reason he is having you copy and paste.


Not that any of you will understand this, but it's teh pressure remap table that was causing the boost cut. When you import/export, it transfers the remap table into the new bin. 99% of the itme, you need the remap table to be copied with your bin so that your tune is how you tuned it. But, in this instance, that *VERY* old bin has a busted remap table.


Do as he says, copy, and paste.
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Old 02-13-2005, 11:36 PM
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Default Re:TE Boost cut...dammit! not again!!!!

Originally Posted by xenocron
Whether its checked or not doesnt matter...doesnt affect ----.

Make sure you download the ORIGINAL NG48.bin file directly from TurboEdit.org and copy/paste your maps. Dont IMPORT/EXPORT....copy paste.

If that doesnt work you have other problems...
thanks Chris!!! ill try that!

Originally Posted by TurboEF9
Ther eis a reason he is having you copy and paste.


Not that any of you will understand this, but it's teh pressure remap table that was causing the boost cut. When you import/export, it transfers the remap table into the new bin. 99% of the itme, you need the remap table to be copied with your bin so that your tune is how you tuned it. But, in this instance, that *VERY* old bin has a busted remap table.


Do as he says, copy, and paste.
Thanks again!!!! ill do that tonight and burn the new bin this week and update you guys!
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Old 02-13-2005, 11:47 PM
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Default Re:TE Boost cut...dammit! not again!!!!

another question, what if i just redo the map using NG48 and use Xenecrons basemap write up? will that work?

would i have to use the excell thingy
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