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Old 02-14-2018, 03:13 PM   #1751
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That log shows no overboosting and no boost creep. .5PSI over target is well within acceptable parameters- especially if it's that incredibly brief.

In the future you don't need to wind it out to 6700- the car is dead on power about 700rpm before that.
No need to go past 6k? Is that for this particular tune or FA20s in general?
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Old 02-14-2018, 03:15 PM   #1752
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If your car is dead on power at 6000 you need a new tuner
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Old 02-14-2018, 04:04 PM   #1753
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No need to go past 6k? Is that for this particular tune or FA20s in general?
Just in general on FAs running pump gas. With ethanol/WM/Race Gas you can hold power to 6500-7000 much easier, but 91/93 the car just doesn't sustain top end power on the stock turbo.
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Old Today, 12:48 PM   #1754
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-2017 WRX USDm
- Stock with Stage 1 93 OTS
- 6MT
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- Stage 1 Cobb OTS
- Mostly 3rd one of them was 4th

https://datazap.me/u/bubbaracing/log...?log=1&data=12
https://datazap.me/u/bubbaracing/log...?log=0&data=12
https://datazap.me/u/bubbaracing/log...?log=2&data=12

Let me know if you see anything out of ordinary. Sometimes I get what feels like timing being pulled but I don't think it occurred on any of these logs. I'm use to tuning ls cars with hp tuners but am new to the AP and wrx tuning.
I just received TGV deletes but haven't installed yet. Are there nay OTS maps for the delete or only custom tuning. Thanks!
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Old Today, 01:45 PM   #1755
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Looks pretty standard for OTS, no knock in the WOT areas just some small FKL during cruise in one of the logs (unavoidable on OTS, normal).

We need need AFR logged as well as commanded to get a better picture but I have a feeling its probably swinging richer than commanded.

If you want to run the TGV deletes get the EGR delete kit and do both at the same time. You will need a custom map to run TGV deletes, also a 3 port boost control solenoid (Grimmspeed) is recommended by most tuners.
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Old Today, 02:16 PM   #1756
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Looks pretty standard for OTS, no knock in the WOT areas just some small FKL during cruise in one of the logs (unavoidable on OTS, normal).

We need need AFR logged as well as commanded to get a better picture but I have a feeling its probably swinging richer than commanded.

If you want to run the TGV deletes get the EGR delete kit and do both at the same time. You will need a custom map to run TGV deletes, also a 3 port boost control solenoid (Grimmspeed) is recommended by most tuners.
Thanks!Yes I ordered the whole kit TGV/EGR and also ordered the delicious flex fuel kit with a tune. I'm just going to install it all at once. I'll look at the 3 port also.

Are you saying AFR on wideband? Or another AFR setting? I logged commanded fuel map and final, is there something else?

Thanks guys!
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Old Today, 04:48 PM   #1757
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Thanks!Yes I ordered the whole kit TGV/EGR and also ordered the delicious flex fuel kit with a tune. I'm just going to install it all at once. I'll look at the 3 port also.

Are you saying AFR on wideband? Or another AFR setting? I logged commanded fuel map and final, is there something else?

Thanks guys!
There's no AFR in your logs. Reset settings to Cobb default and add Command fueling. 3rd gear pulls are preferred. 3-6500.
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Old Today, 05:43 PM   #1758
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Is anyone in the process of getting an e tune from Mikey Botti?
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Old Today, 07:00 PM   #1759
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Thanks!Yes I ordered the whole kit TGV/EGR and also ordered the delicious flex fuel kit with a tune. I'm just going to install it all at once. I'll look at the 3 port also.

Are you saying AFR on wideband? Or another AFR setting? I logged commanded fuel map and final, is there something else?

Thanks guys!
Skip Delicious Tuning and go with COBB flex fuel support, unless something has changed Delicious has no AP integration.
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Old Today, 07:07 PM   #1760
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Skip Delicious Tuning and go with COBB flex fuel support, unless something has changed Delicious has no AP integration.
I think it has AP integration, but only a few select "approved" tuners have access as well as e-tune option from Delicious.

But agreed, skip delicious and get the Cobb setup. Way better.
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Old Today, 07:09 PM   #1761
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I just recall them not tuning very well on flex and I also recall a MAF cable on an older unit that caused issues.
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Delicious Tuning's MK2 can be used with Cobbs AP that any ProTuners can tune. Says that in the first sentence. DT's FF kit also has more features and BT integration for your phone. DT are also highly reputable tuners throughout the industry.
https://www.delicioustuning.com/flexfuelcobb
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Old Today, 09:28 PM   #1763
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Delicious Tuning's MK2 can be used with Cobbs AP that any ProTuners can tune. Says that in the first sentence. DT's FF kit also has more features and BT integration for your phone. DT are also highly reputable tuners throughout the industry.
https://www.delicioustuning.com/flexfuelcobb
Yeah I didn't see any drawbacks to this kit over the cobb. Also has fuel pressure protection in the evetn pump has a hiccup like they have known to do on come e85 setups. I don't plan to ever go full 85, probably 50-60 at the most ethanol content
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Old Today, 11:09 PM   #1764
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Oo I like the Bluetooth E content feature. I donít run with my AP hooked up and that would be nice to do a spot check before refueling with an E blend. Would most flex Fuel tuners be able to use the DT kit if they can use the Cobb?

I donít think Iím switching FF kits but Iíd like to know the options
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Old Today, 11:46 PM   #1765
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Would most flex Fuel tuners be able to use the DT kit if they can use the Cobb?
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Delicious Tuning - 15+ WRX DIT Mk2 Flex Fuel kit is a complete seamless solution for your Cobb Accessport V3, that any Cobb Protuner can tune. It features all the same functionality as Cobb's standard DIT flex fuel kit, but with added fuel pressure and safety features.
It's just a sensor to monitor E content. Provided it works, it should be no different than Cobb's sensor, just with more options for monitoring.
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