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Old 10-04-2013, 02:35 PM   #1
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Default Scaling injectors without an official tune 11sti...

I am getting antsy and would like to purchase the supporting mods for a stock location turbo setup. Being able to split up my install would be more convenient and less stressful than the last time I did it all at once.

Right now I am stage 2 with an AP and I will be rolling with 1000cc injectors.

The other supporting mods will be fuel pump, turbo inlet, intake, and most likely TGV deletes. I have the stock ones from my 07wrx which ill gut. EBCS comes with turbo kit so that will be for tuner.

So, using an Accessport is possible for ME(not a self-tuner) to scale my injectors and disable TGV code fairly easily? If so the rest of the mods would probably go in at the same time then just wait for the turbo, install it, and AAA that pig to the tuner.

I tried to do some research and found that the UTEC scales automatically once you specify the size, but I didnt find anything relating to the Accessport.

Appreciate any suggestions.

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Old 10-04-2013, 02:45 PM   #2
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Unless you have a wideband to monitor your AFRs with and solid knowledge of how the ECU controls AFR at idle/closed-loop or open-loop, don't mess with it. The TGVs, injectors, and inlet are fairly easy to install at the same time since they require removal of the intake manifold, so why don't you wait until you have everything, do them all at once, and get a limp-mode map to putt your way over to Tuner Joe's.
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Old 10-07-2013, 08:53 AM   #3
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Nope, I only know what closed-loop and open-loop are. Guess ill wait until the mysterious turbo arrives..

That was my plan, to install TGV's, injectors, and inlet/intake ahead o time, get injectors scaled(if simple) then drive car as is until turbo makes its debut.

As far as tuning, if I get it tuned ahead of time with all the supporting mods, would it be difficult for the tuner to make adjustments if the turbo was the only thing added? Maybe another hour of tuning? Or should I just be more patient.
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Old 10-07-2013, 09:25 AM   #4
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Why pay twice when you can do it all at once?
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Old 10-07-2013, 09:37 AM   #5
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You need to scale the injectors before installing the new intake. Or re-scale the maf before installing the new injectors. While you can do both at once its a major pain in the dick. This is why being your own tuner is the best, there's no paying twice.
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