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Old 05-24-2013, 09:01 PM   #1
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Default 02 wrx man with tgv delete and decated

hi I got a 02 wrx im looking for a map I can use that has tgv delete and decated uppipe and down pipe car is on 14 lbs boost currently stock tdo4 and wrx inner cooler what u guys got I can use
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Old 05-25-2013, 10:44 AM   #2
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Your going to have to fill us in if you have a Tactrix Cable, if you know how to use the data logger on Romraider, and if you have done any of this before. Those mods arent out of the box.... the TGV deletes are going to require some MAF scaling to get it right... not hard to do... but if you have never used the logger program before you will have some issues. Let us know.
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Old 05-25-2013, 08:06 PM   #3
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The TGV delete doesn't require any MAF scaling.
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Old 05-26-2013, 02:42 PM   #4
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Your going to have to fill us in if you have a Tactrix Cable, if you know how to use the data logger on Romraider, and if you have done any of this before. Those mods arent out of the box.... the TGV deletes are going to require some MAF scaling to get it right... not hard to do... but if you have never used the logger program before you will have some issues. Let us know.
I got the Tactrix Cable and its my first time using this type of programmer im use to using map based software mostly Honda stuff so a few pointers will help on where the options are to log and ajust the maf scailing
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Old 05-30-2013, 03:27 PM   #5
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so what you will want to do is go look up maf scaling on romraider or nasioc. There is a cool tab when you load your rom and open the logger in romraider called MAF. It takes the correction and plots it on a graphs so you can see overall where its adding and taking away fuel. Closer you get to 0 down the load column the better it runs.

What i start out doing is start the car up. warm it all the way up and look at correction. if it says its taking out -15 then i go to the maf scale. I do select all and press - about 15 times. Reflash and repeat. You will eventually get it pretty close to where you want... Then what you do is save that rev and load it in romraider. take the car for a ride while logging in that maf tab. Interpolate when your done which will take the averages and draw a great line. Take from... like 1.5ish to 2.8 or whatever looks like a "real" average area and update it.

Last load the rom back into ecuflash and open the maf scaling again. Click the show graph and make sure there isnt a magic jagged line. it might be climbing up to say 60 grams and then drop to 47. find that "47" on your graph select that and everythign above it and press + until you get to where it looks smooth.

Then if your still not sure, pm me and ill give you my email. I can double check so you are good to go!.

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Old 06-07-2013, 05:10 PM   #6
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Has he changed his intake, he doesn't say....if not, he doesn't need to rescale his MAF!!
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