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Old 01-22-2004, 03:37 PM
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where is the old "S-AFC" topic where everyone posted there settings, i need to get some generic settings to drive over to the shop to get it tuned?
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Old 01-22-2004, 04:57 PM
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Old 01-22-2004, 05:30 PM
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Originally Posted by 99TurboSI
where is the old "S-AFC" topic where everyone posted there settings, i need to get some generic settings to drive over to the shop to get it tuned?
Learn to calculate your own settings. Read the Engine Management FAQ, section 2.
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Old 01-22-2004, 07:14 PM
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Originally Posted by 99TurboSI
where is the old "S-AFC" topic where everyone posted there settings, i need to get some generic settings to drive over to the shop to get it tuned?
Learn to calculate your own settings. Read the Engine Management FAQ, section 2.
just because math says it will be right....doesnt mean it will be
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Old 01-22-2004, 07:35 PM
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Originally Posted by ghettoturbo
generic 450s with boost settings: -40 on idle, -35 everywhere else pretty much
explain this one
https://www.homemadeturbo.com/forum/...threadid=15114
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Old 01-22-2004, 11:40 PM
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just because math says it will be right....doesnt mean it will be
..again, he's not going to have the exact same settings as you. They call them "base tunes" for a reason. You can have two of the same cars with the exact same setup, and the tune will still be slightly different. Curb the attitude.. your WB is not be all end all. You realize that you're fuel corrections are considering your current ECU's stock injector pulse durations? And he probably doesn't have the same stock ECU maps that you do.

..and think about this? But you also knew that injector latency is dynamic; changed by the contruction of the injector itself and how heavy the moving mass is. The compensation for injector latency taken out, and the formula is almost dead on. So, do you have performance injectors? Probably. Chances are you have very low latency because your injectors were designed that way. Production injectors are not, they are designed for economy. 450cc, or not.

..anyway, back to the point. Don't turn someone off of learning, it's not very cool.. I remember two weeks ago someone crying about thier cluster ---- of a setup.
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Old 01-24-2004, 09:44 AM
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Originally Posted by TurboEF9
Originally Posted by slammin86
just because math says it will be right....doesnt mean it will be
..again, he's not going to have the exact same settings as you. They call them "base tunes" for a reason. You can have two of the same cars with the exact same setup, and the tune will still be slightly different. Curb the attitude.. your WB is not be all end all. You realize that you're fuel corrections are considering your current ECU's stock injector pulse durations? And he probably doesn't have the same stock ECU maps that you do.

..and think about this? But you also knew that injector latency is dynamic; changed by the contruction of the injector itself and how heavy the moving mass is. The compensation for injector latency taken out, and the formula is almost dead on. So, do you have performance injectors? Probably. Chances are you have very low latency because your injectors were designed that way. Production injectors are not, they are designed for economy. 450cc, or not.

..anyway, back to the point. Don't turn someone off of learning, it's not very cool.. I remember two weeks ago someone crying about thier cluster ---- of a setup.
i wasnt tryin to be a ***** about it...i was just makin a statement.....guess ill keep my mouth shut next time
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