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Jdm b16a tunning

Discussion in 'ECU's, Electronics, and Tuning' started by solac, Oct 1, 2015.

  1. solac

    solac New Member

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    Looking for help learning how to tune b16a
    What i have to work with:

    -chipped p28 ecu
    -laptop
    -crome(free version) and freelog
    -lc-2 wideband
    -universal programmer
    -usb to uart ttl converter (for data logging)

    How do i get started with freelog, how to use data from freelog to tune maps in ecu ?
    Im just starting to learn how to tune. Please no Suggestion of other hardware as this is what i want to work with right now.

    Thank you
     
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    all motor or turbo?
     
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    all motor, just want to learn how to tune use software.
     
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    If you have the means, I'd highly suggest the EFI101 class from efi university.
    It's worth the cost if you plan to do this at a serious level.

    if you're just looking to not blow up your car, start conservative (rich, retarded timing) and work your way up with little adjustments to make power once it's in safe a/f ranges and timing.

    What those safe ranges are vary by build. Generally, all motor is in the low 13:1's a/f, turbo in the high 11/low 12s:1. timing matters by cams as well so there's no set. Start with a basemap from the p30 or something and tweak from there.
     
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