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2000 civic hx d16y5 with a volvo td04hl turbo

Discussion in 'ECU's, Electronics, and Tuning' started by hondad16, Nov 12, 2012.

  1. hondad16

    hondad16 New Member

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    ok so i have a d16y5 vtec e model with a volvo v70 turbo, vovlo 315cc injectors and a 2.5 inch full turbo back exhaust ive searched and searched I am running a piggy back now i want to switch to obd1 p28 i need a base map. I see some people have had base maps burned for a turbo d16y5 on a p28 and get great gas and power. any suggestions on getting a basemap?
     
  2. Matts96HB

    Matts96HB . Moderator VIP

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    Xenocron has a ton of basemaps, as does PGMFI.org.

    You will not get great gas mileage or power on a basemap. You need to have your car tuned for your specific setup. I would not recommend driving for extended periods of time on a basemap without knowing what your A/F ratio looks like.
     
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    Ok tyhanks i have a wideband i just need a basemap so i can drive it 5 hours to a dyno tuner its chipped just i dont have anything to tune it with here just something to monitor it with thanks
     
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    Matts96HB . Moderator VIP

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    If the drive is 5 hours, I'd try and find a map that is going to run your car a little rich (something with larger injectors and a larger turbo than your setup). Shouldn't be too hard. Keep an eye on that air fuel gauge and of course don't push the car at all.
     
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    ok i will keep an eye out for A basemap so far all i can fine is everything but a d16y5 vtec e
     
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    A d16z6 base would be a decent fit eat least to get it to the tuner. You might not have VTEC though.
     
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