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Old 09-19-2014, 11:50 AM   #1
Speedme3
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Default Help me understand cars stock tunes

I'm trying to understand why cars are tuned the way they are from the factory.

Boost- Why does an FXT tune have .77 for boost everywhere unless it's building boost in the high rpms. This in comparison to an STI tune which is -6 and -13 in places

WGDC- FXT is generally higher everywhere. I assume this is because of the smaller turbo.

Timing- FXT is generally higher everywhere. Again assume because the STI has higher boost

Really just trying to understand the boost/wgdc relationship and why the sti is so negative....

Thanks!
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Old 09-20-2014, 02:31 AM   #2
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Timing
Fuel
Boost

One of those is a volume knobb, the others are like equalizers.
Subaru wanted a turbo that gives good low-midrange kick so daily driving can be impressive, they also know that if they stretch that turbo to perform low, mid and high, the high end would stress the turbo.

So, they jumped to ignition timing and used that to make up for power up top. While upping the timing they lowered the boost and made fuel richer for safety.
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