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Ostrich 2.0 and wide band tuning help!!

Discussion in 'ECU's, Electronics, and Tuning' started by Dylan, Jan 23, 2010.

  1. Dylan

    Dylan New Member

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    I am installing an ostrich 2.0 and a wideband. My question is this. Does anyone know what the air/fuel ratio is supposed to be in a Jdm H22a? Also i could use some tips on tuning. I have never tuned before but I can't imagine being that f-ing hard. You have a base map to start from. So, does anyone know if hondata smanager will work with this ostrich? Help would be awesome!!!
     
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    K2e2vin Senior Member

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    Download Crome and a stock H22A map. It shows the target AFRs. As for tuning, Importbuilders has a really nice writeup....but, tuning is not always as easy as it sounds. Most tune by trial and error(using this technique, you need a measuring device such as a dynometer). If you study up on tuning theories it'll help you a whole lot more(ie: target AFR/different fuels, ignition timing and flame propagation).

    I can't tell you about Hondata. Haven't played with it in quite a while but I'm going to assume no since they use their own interface/hardware.
     
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    Uggg i have downloaded crome and i dont like the way it works. Doesnt seem to have all the features of s management or ectune. Maybe i just haven't found them yet?
     
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    Do you have the hondata box? if not, the software is useless to you. you will need to use crome, or something else.


    you'll want to shoot for around ~13:1 at WOT. high 12s are ok. mid 13's are too lean.

    Unless you've done major mods, odds are you won't need to play with fuel much.
     
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    What about fuel preasure ?? this car has a aftermarket fuel preasure regulator what should the preasure be with stock injectors they are 345cc i think altho some people say they are 330 anyone know for sure?
     
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