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Old 03-31-2003, 08:49 PM   #1
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Default What are your UTEC CLB stg 4 settings?

I am running TXS stg 4 with TMI on closed loop boost. In order to get 17+ psi I need to run my boost at 400 and 3 1/2 turns on the abc. I would like to know what everbody is doing to get these levels of boost. I am in Phoenix and it was 91 deg today so our density altitude is appox 3,500 ft. Is there a big difference in settings? If so, is due to individual factory boost solenoids or utecs? Please share your stats and thoughts.
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Old 04-01-2003, 04:40 PM   #2
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My UTEC clb settings to get 18 psi in 4th are 270 tapering down to 250 at redline. I would assume environmental factors have something to do with it. Which turbo are you running? I'm using the VF 34.
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I'm running vf 30. Today I decided to follow the directions and just use the clb map # that got the desired result. I used 450 and was able to turn the abc way down to get 18+ psi. It seems that all cars are different. I think that the factory boost solenoids are different and that is the major cause of the differences. I use 3 different maps, the 450 map is for race gas.
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For 18psi I'm at around 350-370 range.
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