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Old 06-24-2002, 09:37 PM   #1
Mariano
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Default What "settings" are you using on your ITC?

Got it installed today. Wiring was a walk in the park with the right diagram (had to use 3 different diagrams to get the job done)

Now, what are your current settings?
@ 800
@ 2400
@ 4000
@ 5600
@ 7200

Here's my set-up: (in case settings vary due to set-up)

-T03/4 (ball bearing)
-Spearco "big a$$" TMIC
-Apex'i S-AFC
-Vortech FPR
-Supra TT pump
-HKS Turbo timer
-Magnecor Cables
-3" exhaust system
-WR Pulley
-Bosh 4+ platinum spark plugs
-...& obviously Apex'i ITC

Your help would be highly appreciated.

thanx in advance,



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Old 06-24-2002, 09:48 PM   #2
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I thought the install was easy too.

I'm still nA though so I don't think my number will help.. but +7 all the way through

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Old 06-24-2002, 09:51 PM   #3
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...........correction dude!!


Garrett GT Ballistic T28 B/B......

No stinkin' T3/O4 here!!




+2, +4, 0, -2, -4

and 12.56ET to prove it!!!

....cuando se cambien los inyectores, cambian los "seteos"....

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Old 06-25-2002, 06:10 AM   #4
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My setup is around 4 psi:

800: -2 (this is to aide in start up)
2400: -2
4000: -3
5600: -4
7200: -5


This is run along with a J&S Knock Sensor, so I get quite a bit of timing retard.


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Old 06-25-2002, 06:13 AM   #5
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Chu (Pa-mel) O-tero:

What the hell you're doing reading my posts???
Sorry for the stinking T3/04 comment (my bad)

I just hope your setting will no blow up the car 'cause if it does..... I know where you live and i'll......


Brad, thanks for your reply.


Chu, mi "monito de baul" te manda este :monkey:

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Old 06-26-2002, 03:11 AM   #6
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At 6,000 feet I can run more timing advance but I like to be safe.

1) For 6 psi I run NO retard on 91 octane on a hot day,

2) I can run 8 psi with no retard on 93 octane.

3) For 10 psi on a 90 degree day I run the following.

800: 0
2400: 0
4000: -2
5600: -5
7200: -5

4) At 12 psi of boost on 93 octane on a 90 degree F day. This is as much boost as I can get in 2nd - 5th gear on a hot day with my tiny 2.5" downpipe and 2 cats (only 10psi in 1st). My new 3" twin dump catless downpipe next week will help. It goes in while I am on vacation. I gteched at these settings at 13.54 @ 105.7 but speedo only said 102. This is like 9 psi at sea-level.

800: 0
2400: 0
4000: -4
5600: -6
7200: -6

For a 40 degree day on 97 octane and 14 psi I run, the following and keep up with a Z-06 to 120mph:

800: 0
2400: 0
4000: -2
5600: -4
7200: -4

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