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Old 10-03-2012, 06:37 PM   #5
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Originally Posted by Torquey View Post
Thanks for the replies guys. The reason I had it etuned is because COBB doesn't do JDM ECUs, as the accessport is not compatible. AWDTuning is an option... but they are pretty far from where I live. Plus from what I know, my tuner is pretty knowledgable and experienced with tuning the ej207s.

What's the process for pressurizing the intake tract to check for leaks... any DIY methods? and 'fastblueufo'... i'm pretty much a novice when it comes to logs. Which A/F columns were you looking at specifically, so maybe I can compare them against my pre BCS/ tune logs. Thanks again
Look at af correction #1 and af learning #1, they will normally be close to +/- 5% to 7% on stock intake and tune. Your total ws +30 in that log. That's about what you would see if you had a sizable leak.

With you having your setup, you should get the tuner to tune you with the 16 bit speed density rom. It won't screw with your fueling if you get a leak somewhere in your system. Plus you get other kool features that a maf rom doesn't have for the jdm roms.
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