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Old 01-20-2007, 07:18 PM   #1
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I'm not sure if there are others out there that have this setup. However most of it is fairly common and I was wondering if anyone else had a good maping for this setup.

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Old 01-20-2007, 08:04 PM   #2
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Check OSecu.org. You can download a Stg2 STI map there. Just make sure you take a good look and understand what it is before you flash. Too many people are flashing maps without knowing what it is going to.
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Old 01-21-2007, 12:30 AM   #3
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Ya, just a stage two map really isn't going to do it. From what I can tell thats pretty much based around a tbe exhaust and thats about it. I've been reviewing multiple maps based around having multiple things done. I was wondering if there were others out there with a very similar setup to mine in which we can share and compare maps. It doesn't seem like there are very many people actually sharing maps when they are done. Unlike the rest of the open source software community where there is always lots of mods and conf files shared. I guess you can say my real goal is to get people to start uploading their maps with information about their mods. This will allow for many others to get the feel and hang of how to properly setup their own.
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Old 01-21-2007, 12:38 AM   #4
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I dunno maybe its time to get a site running where everyone can upload and download mods with some sort of application that will facilitate this easier. As great as the current site is. It doesn't seem to be very populated and the amount of maps that have been uploaded are very few and between. Thats not saying he isn't doing a good job.
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Old 01-21-2007, 01:48 AM   #5
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I don't think people not sharing maps has anything to do with having a fancy application to make it easier. It's pretty darn easy to post and add an attachment as some of these forums support. I agree it is too bad. There isn't a whole lot of talk about tuning. Just lots of people like you asking for maps, no offense.

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Old 01-21-2007, 08:07 AM   #6
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I dunno maybe its time to get a site running where everyone can upload and download mods with some sort of application that will facilitate this easier. As great as the current site is. It doesn't seem to be very populated and the amount of maps that have been uploaded are very few and between. Thats not saying he isn't doing a good job.
You are very much missing the point of these Opensource websites and software.Maybe you should buy an AP and the Street Tuner software.
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Old 01-21-2007, 10:22 AM   #7
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I dunno maybe its time to get a site running where everyone can upload and download mods with some sort of application that will facilitate this easier. As great as the current site is. It doesn't seem to be very populated and the amount of maps that have been uploaded are very few and between. Thats not saying he isn't doing a good job.
Populate the site with maps then.
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Old 01-21-2007, 11:26 AM   #8
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You are very much missing the point of these Opensource websites and software.
Exactly, it isn't just about trading maps, it is about being able to tune your own cars or other cars with good software for cheap. The maps on osecurom.org are starting points, you load them up start logging and make changes. You can share your maps after that, I have shared my maps because I had to make changes to the boost maps on automatic cars.

To the OP, you should get a LC-1 wideband and start from the Stage 2 map and retune it yourself. Every car is different and your best bet is to tune the maps for your car.
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Old 01-21-2007, 11:43 AM   #9
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You are very much missing the point of these Opensource websites and software.Maybe you should buy an AP and the Street Tuner software.
You should just stop posting if you have nothing good to contribute.Which you don't so go ahead and stop now.


Its not as much having a selection of maps to just randomly put to your car (thats a bad idea). Thats really not the point at all. If you really want to get the community thriving, making it easier to learn how to tune is a good start. It does require some reading, research, and trial and error to properly learn of course. However by having multiple maps to look at, one could learn at a much accelerated pace by being able to compare one to another. Being able to see multiple different maps with different tunes for specific parts on different cars can show different users a good base map for them to start or how others may have adjusted for having this or that. This in no way gives someone a free out of actually learning how to tune. This does however open the community up to more users which will allow for projects like engineuity get more donations and programmers.

Being that I'm an open source buff "I get open source software much more then the basher" these donations and additions to the testing/programming team can mean all the difference. Plus you get more innovations when the community is expanding. To conclude, I'm going to try to work a newb documentation and have just been poking at the idea of getting some sort of tuner site up that will assist new and old users. Just trying to get feelers out about others who may have mappings they would share.
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Most people pay for there maps/tune why should they just give it away for free
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Old 01-21-2007, 09:20 PM   #11
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I'm talking about the people who tune themselves. Thats really the whole point of open source. Open sharing of ideas and progress to a certain goal. Excellent question btw.
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Ya, just a stage two map really isn't going to do it. From what I can tell thats pretty much based around a tbe exhaust and thats about it. I've been reviewing multiple maps based around having multiple things done. I was wondering if there were others out there with a very similar setup to mine in which we can share and compare maps. It doesn't seem like there are very many people actually sharing maps when they are done. Unlike the rest of the open source software community where there is always lots of mods and conf files shared. I guess you can say my real goal is to get people to start uploading their maps with information about their mods. This will allow for many others to get the feel and hang of how to properly setup their own.
The OSECU stg2 map should be a great starting point. The only mod you have that really could be tuned for more power is the TMIC which should allow you to run maybe 1-2* more timing. The CAI I don't think will add anything.
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Because sharing is caring!
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