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Old 09-26-2006, 10:07 AM   #1
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Default so what's your max engine load?

i've been hitting in the low-mid 6s. ie ~6.3. my max load column is 6.5, which i hope will be sufficient... it's getting colder!

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Ken is that 6.5 g/s/cyl?
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with the rex i believe it's per rev, so 2 cyls.
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So far my max is 5.28 ~ 70 degrees on a stock turbo... I'm betting on no more than 5.40`s when it actually gets "cold".

Mods are catless and exhaust cutout/custom CAI. ~18psi peak tapper to 14 at redline.

I'm actually running out of columns, If I add more uptop I get annoying timing reductions in the lower rpms range, so I'm going to have some come up with a solution soon. I certainly hope I wont have to reflash based on the temp before I go cruising, as if I dont already. lol

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Running 22.5psi, my max load is 5.7.
Also, with a big16g.

Ken, how do you get such a high load? You must have a lot of torque at low rpm.
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with the rex i believe it's per rev, so 2 cyls.
With some quick #s its got to be g/4 cyl charge otherwise its just too much g/s. Where are you seing max load? Quick number crunch gives that 275 g/s at 5k RPM is 6 g/4 cyl. A load of 6.5 is a lot for the upper RPM.
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With some quick #s its got to be g/4 cyl charge otherwise its just too much g/s. Where are you seing max load? Quick number crunch gives that 275 g/s at 5k RPM is 6 g/4 cyl. A load of 6.5 is a lot for the upper RPM.
Its g/2 charge... I didnt see where he stated his rpms, likely in the lower range, I see my max load in the 3k range.
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Old 09-26-2006, 01:39 PM   #8
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i don't have all my logs handy atm, but here's one from this very morning:

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(RPM)	A/F L	TPS	Ign	KC	IDC	MAFV	MRP	AFR	IAM	Load

729	0.78	0	14	0	1.24	1.28	-8.561	15.62	16	0.56
719	0.78	18.04	23	10	2.15	2.22	-5.514	15.39	16	0.78
759	0	41.57	19	10	3.72	1.82	-0.145	15.39	16	1.88
1332	0	56.86	24	10	6.82	2.28	-0.145	19.29	16	1.72
2545	0	66.67	26	10	12.49	2.58	-0.145	14.59	16	1.81
3067	0	76.47	25	10	17.01	2.84	0.29	14.59	16	2.09
3266	0	85.1	25	10	20.9	2.98	1.161	14.59	16	2.44
3238	0	90.2	24	10	22.8	3.04	2.176	12.86	16	2.66
2759	0	90.59	23	10	21.19	2.94	3.773	12.06	16	2.84
2295	0	90.98	23	10	17.13	2.72	4.208	11.71	16	2.72
1864	0	90.98	22	10	13.12	2.44	4.208	11.6	16	2.59
2216	0	100	24	10	13.71	2.62	3.773	11.83	16	2.34
2210	0	100	24	10	14.61	2.66	3.773	12.98	16	2.38
2717	0	100	24	10	18.55	2.9	3.918	13.44	16	2.56
2805	0	100	24	10	19.74	2.96	4.353	12.75	16	2.69
3198	0	100	23	10	25.93	3.22	5.078	13.09	16	3.03
3538	0	100	22	10	30.94	3.34	5.949	12.06	16	3.41
3716	0	100	19	10	41.23	3.72	8.706	11.6	16	4.03
4338	0	100	18	10	58.3	4	10.882	11.25	16	4.63
3566	0	100	17	10	52.49	3.68	11.898	23.66	16	4.88
4360	0	100	13	10	78.14	4.34	14.22	18.95	16	6.13
4368	0	100	11	10	82	4.3	15.816	11.25	16	6.03
4621	0	100	12	10	81.82	4.3	15.816	11.25	16	5.78
4783	0	100	12	10	83.67	4.34	15.671	11.25	16	5.72
4954	0	100	12	10	86.65	4.38	15.525	11.25	16	5.66
5098	0	100	13	10	89.19	4.46	15.38	11.25	16	5.66
5169	0	0	14	0	9.92	3.82	-3.192	11.25	16	2.22
5252	0	0	16	0	0	1.76	-7.545	13.67	16	0.59
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1st gear. mrp is obviously clamped... max boost was actually 23 or 24psi. the utec is running on top of this ecu map and generally runs about 2-3 more degrees of advance. my peak load just about always occurs between 4k2 and 4k9 rpms.
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With some quick #s its got to be g/4 cyl charge otherwise its just too much g/s. Where are you seing max load? Quick number crunch gives that 275 g/s at 5k RPM is 6 g/4 cyl. A load of 6.5 is a lot for the upper RPM.
if it helps, at redline i'm usually in the 4.0-4.5g range.
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I bet thats one hell of a kick in the rear @4300. Numbers look awsome imo esp, for first gear!
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Running 22.5psi, my max load is 5.7.
Also, with a big16g.

Ken, how do you get such a high load? You must have a lot of torque at low rpm.
you gotta get the boost to hit down low, where the natural VE and the comp eff. are both high.
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Yea its for sure g/4cyl/charge. A quick check on a spreadsheet I'm making has the following (used to backwards calculate your injector "size" given your increased fuel pressure):

227g/s at 4360 rpm =
6.24 g/4cyl = 1.56 g/cyl

11.25 afr means 0.14 g/cyl of fuel = 0.19 cc = 21.5 ms = 78% IDC with a 530 cc/min injector.
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Oh and thats about 410 cc/min of fuel which is almost max for the stock injectors. You have about a 20% overhead with the increased pressure which is nice.
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So far my max is 5.28 ~ 70 degrees on a stock turbo... I'm betting on no more than 5.40`s when it actually gets "cold".

Mods are catless and exhaust cutout/custom CAI. ~18psi peak tapper to 14 at redline.

I'm actually running out of columns, If I add more uptop I get annoying timing reductions in the lower rpms range, so I'm going to have some come up with a solution soon. I certainly hope I wont have to reflash based on the temp before I go cruising, as if I dont already. lol
shadow, you know that your load columns do not have to be evenly spaced, right? for example, you can keep granularity in the regions that need it by keeping the column headings close together, and in regions where you don't need such control, space them back out.
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Oh and thats about 410 cc/min of fuel which is almost max for the stock injectors. You have about a 20% overhead with the increased pressure which is nice.
that sounds about right.
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So its fair to say that watever pressure you have over stock is almost STi pinks. So whats more expensive and harder to install...FPR or 4 injectors?
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So its fair to say that watever pressure you have over stock is almost STi pinks. So whats more expensive and harder to install...FPR or 4 injectors?
it's kind of a toss up, to be honest.

the fpr needs a lot of small parts to be ready... fittings, hose, a bracket, etc. the injectors you just slap in and go.

the fpr is certainly more flexible though, and can be used with any injector i may put in the car.

according to my idle and part throttle ltft, the injector "size" is ~510cc. judging by the disparity between my oem ecu fuel targets vs. the wideband, my mafv transfer function could use some tweaking (actual afr is about 0.25 richer than target). it's close enough though... the utec will handle the hi po map anyway.
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shadow, you know that your load columns do not have to be evenly spaced, right? for example, you can keep granularity in the regions that need it by keeping the column headings close together, and in regions where you don't need such control, space them back out.

Yeah, I have experimented with removing various columns and so far I have not really been truly satisfied with my results. I would of course like to keep more higher load columns to maximize power, I have already weeded out several 2.0+ load sites, and most 1.0+ sites and all sub 1.0 sites.
[Selection1D]
1.08 1.40 2.00 2.24 2.80 3.04 3.28 3.48 3.68 3.88 4.08 4.28 4.48 4.68 4.88 5.08
Here are my sites now, I just removed 5.28 and added 1.08 back in to iron out some timing issues down low. I'm still debating if I should yank 2.24 or 3.04 or both, in order to get back 5.28+.
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what kind of timing issues are you seeing? post up your main ign map and your kc map.
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The main issue I had was in the 2000-3200 area. With limited space down low, It kind of a ballancing act to run a slight advance with the prior load column takes on the same value...


This is after a couple of tweaks today, but you can see my point.... before when I had 1.40 as my lowest load column, I had some slight timing being pulled from 1.0-1.3 in the 2000-2800 ranges (about 1* in all temps). Which I guess isnt like life or death or anything, but my goal is to have a solid map with no consistant timing being pulled with a max load value of at least 5.28. My KC map is all 10's. After adding 1.08 back in it should solve this but I havent had a chance to make anymore runs today.

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       1.08	1.40	2.00	2.24	2.80	3.04	3.28	3.48	3.68	3.88	4.08	4.28	4.48	4.68	4.88	5.08
800	11.99	14.10	14.80	15.86	16.91	15.16	13.75	11.99	9.88	7.42	6.37	4.96	2.50	1.09	1.09	1.09
1200	14.10	15.16	6.37	9.88	11.29	10.23	9.18	7.77	6.72	7.77	6.72	7.42	6.37	9.53	8.83	8.12
1600	15.86	19.02	13.40	24.30	23.24	22.19	20.08	20.08	19.02	16.21	14.80	13.75	12.70	8.12	7.07	6.02
2000	19.02	19.02	26.05	26.76	25.35	24.65	21.13	20.08	19.02	18.67	15.86	14.80	13.75	8.12	7.07	6.02
2400	22.54	24.65	30.27	28.52	26.05	26.41	22.19	21.13	20.43	19.38	17.97	15.86	13.75	8.12	7.07	6.02
2800	27.11	29.22	31.33	30.62	28.52	26.76	25.00	24.30	21.13	19.02	18.32	17.97	13.75	8.12	7.07	6.02
3200	28.87	30.98	32.73	31.33	29.22	28.16	24.65	23.95	21.13	19.02	18.67	17.97	13.75	8.12	7.07	6.02
3600	30.98	33.09	33.09	32.38	30.98	29.22	28.87	26.41	25.35	23.24	19.02	17.97	13.75	8.12	7.07	6.02
4000	30.98	33.09	33.09	32.38	31.33	30.62	28.87	26.05	25.00	23.24	21.13	18.32	15.86	10.23	9.18	8.12
4400	30.98	33.09	32.73	31.68	31.33	30.27	28.87	26.05	24.65	23.24	21.13	18.32	15.86	10.23	9.18	8.12
4800	30.98	33.09	32.38	31.33	30.98	29.57	28.16	26.05	24.65	23.24	21.13	18.32	15.86	10.23	9.18	8.12
5200	30.98	32.03	31.68	30.98	29.22	28.52	28.16	26.05	25.00	23.24	21.13	18.32	16.21	10.23	9.88	8.12
5600	30.98	31.33	30.98	29.92	29.22	28.52	28.16	26.05	25.00	23.24	21.13	18.32	16.21	11.99	10.23	9.18
6000	30.98	31.33	30.98	28.87	29.22	28.52	28.16	26.05	25.00	23.24	21.13	18.32	16.21	13.05	12.34	10.94
6400	30.98	31.33	31.68	29.92	29.22	28.52	28.16	26.05	25.00	23.24	21.13	18.32	16.21	15.51	14.80	13.75
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Here, check this out
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Time     RPM    A/F Cr   Airflow   IAT	IGN	KC	IDC	MAFV	A/F	Knock	IAM	Load	BOOST
0	3139	2.34	32.16	66.20	35	0	7.37	2.420	14.70	0	16	1.22	-4.353
203	3143	6.25	44.00	66.20	34	0	8.72	2.660	15.04	0	16	1.56	-2.902
406	3187	17.19	65.56	66.20	30	9	14.28	2.980	15.73	0	16	2.38	1.886
609	3240	0.00	77.59	64.40	24	9	16.59	3.080	13.67	0	16	2.78	4.353
812	3323	0.00	87.69	64.40	23	9	19.14	3.260	11.48	0	16	3.16	6.529
1015	3401	0.00	100.86	64.40	20	9	22.49	3.420	11.25	0	16	3.59	9.867
1218	3447	0.00	117.43	64.40	15	7	26.47	3.520	11.25	0	16	4.09	13.059
1421	3571	0.00	141.01	64.40	12	5	35.05	3.840	11.25	0	16	4.81	17.122
1625	3669	0.00	174.69	64.40	12	5	41.48	4.020	11.25	0	16	5.53	21.620
1828	3862	0.00	183.70	64.40	11	4	44.49	4.040	11.25	0	16	5.69	22.635
2031	3989	0.00	186.54	64.40	11	4	45.96	4.080	11.25	0	16	5.63	22.635
2234	4098	0.00	189.51	64.40	11	4	48.08	4.100	11.25	0	16	5.56	22.635
2437	4240	0.00	196.55	64.40	12	4	49.74	4.160	11.25	0	16	5.56	22.635
2640	4365	0.00	204.60	64.40	12	4	52.15	4.200	11.25	0	16	5.59	22.635
2843	4462	0.00	209.37	64.40	13	4	53.30	4.240	11.25	0	16	5.59	22.635
3046	4624	0.00	214.92	64.40	13	4	55.24	4.260	11.25	0	16	5.56	22.635
3250	4735	0.00	219.32	64.40	14	4	55.55	4.300	11.25	0	16	5.50	22.635
3453	4886	0.00	222.66	64.40	14	4	57.33	4.320	11.25	0	16	5.50	22.635
3656	4950	0.00	226.89	64.40	14	4	58.08	4.340	11.25	0	16	5.47	22.635
3859	5098	0.00	233.24	64.40	14	4	59.82	4.360	11.25	0	16	5.47	22.490
4062	5201	0.00	238.75	64.40	15	4	61.02	4.400	11.25	0	16	5.47	22.345
4265	5342	0.00	240.91	64.40	16	4	61.54	4.400	11.25	0	16	5.41	22.200
4468	5470	0.00	243.12	64.40	16	4	63.02	4.420	11.25	0	16	5.34	21.910
4671	5539	0.00	244.90	64.40	17	4	62.63	4.420	11.25	0	16	5.22	21.475
4875	5656	0.00	244.01	64.40	18	4	62.74	4.440	11.25	0	16	5.16	21.039
5078	5774	0.00	245.79	62.60	18	4	64.05	4.440	11.25	0	16	5.09	20.894
5281	5846	0.00	244.45	62.60	19	4	63.60	4.440	11.25	0	16	5.00	20.604
5484	5981	0.00	246.68	62.60	19	4	63.79	4.440	11.25	0	16	4.94	20.459
5687	6063	0.00	247.56	62.60	19	4	64.67	4.440	11.25	0	16	4.88	20.169
5890	6193	0.00	248.00	62.60	20	4	64.74	4.460	11.25	0	16	4.84	20.024
6093	6250	0.00	248.00	62.60	22	4	65.33	4.440	11.25	0	16	4.75	19.733
6296	6329	0.00	250.22	62.60	22	4	66.16	4.460	11.25	0	16	4.72	19.733
6500	6394	0.00	249.78	62.60	23	4	65.47	4.440	11.25	0	16	4.63	19.588
6703	6482	0.00	248.00	62.60	23	4	66.38	4.440	11.25	0	16	4.63	19.588
6906	6608	0.00	249.33	62.60	24	4	66.25	4.460	11.25	0	16	4.53	19.588
7109	6649	0.00	251.99	62.60	24	4	66.66	4.460	11.25	0	16	4.50	19.443
7312	6751	0.00	250.22	62.60	24	4	66.24	4.460	11.25	0	16	4.47	19.588
7515	6800	0.00	253.34	62.60	25	4	66.73	4.480	11.25	0	16	4.38	19.733
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Old 09-27-2006, 12:01 AM   #22
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Ken, your log is really weird lol.
If MRP is an indication of your boost somehow, you are hitting it past 4k?
Also, you and I have very similar MAFV during spool up...actually mine may be a bit better, but very similar...then yours just pulls hard up top more than mine?
I have a feeling my sti intercooler/stock intake/stock header setup is holding me back...
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I don't understand how you guys can hit such high engine load numbers. I'm running 18psi on 440HP Turbo and the max engine load is 3.0 tapering down to 2.75 at redline.

Why is it that all you guys engine load increases throughout the rev range and doesn't drop off. Do I have a restriction?
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if you are running a 32 bit ECU it calcs load dif, 16 bit is 2* actual load since its measured in each rev.

In other words 3g load on a 32 bit ecu = 6g on a 16 bit ecu.
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if you are running a 32 bit ECU it calcs load dif, 16 bit is 2* actual load since its measured in each rev.

In other words 3g load on a 32 bit ecu = 6g on a 16 bit ecu.
Ah that makes sense as its a 32bit DBW ECU. Thanks for that!

BTW that timing map you have looks good especially with how much safety you've built-in to the KC map @ 10*.
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