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Old 07-11-2013, 07:05 PM   #4
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2011 WRX 6spd


really, immediately pull timing across everything. Then go over your car and tighten down every hose clamp you can find. Then hope your AF learning gets between +/-5%. If you cant get that you need to pressure test to find the leak. Since you just have a drop in filter no MAF calibration should be needed. Drive around and get your DAM to 16 and then start making changes slowly. Took me driving around for a couple hours tuning for EBCS, making changes slowly to see how the car responds.

Once the car is safe, figure out where in the RPM band the turbo is hitting peak boost. Adjust the wgdc around that to try and make it hit boost a little bit quicker and hold longer. Your turbo will run out of steam and taper off towards redline. Then when you get that done go to fuel tables and tune for your desired AF ratio(must have WB02). Im currently waiting on a wb02 for my car to proceed. After you get your af's where they need to be then start playing with timing.

First things first is to start with a safe map. Yours is not and from the looks of the log your cars got a leak somewhere and the car is unhappy overall, knocking like crazy, pulling timing and DAM not at 16(1 for 32 bit ecus)
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