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Old 08-09-2019, 06:34 AM   #111
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Looking at the Hallteck website they (Australian) are focused on supporting racing with lots of various outputs for controlling support systems such as nitrous. Specifically mentioning two dry stages. No mention of waste spark. Are you still using waste spark on the car you are working on?
Honestly not sure, I'm just building the G3 and installing the drive line once all the parts are here. I'll ask my niece when she stops by tonight, she's the one who is putting the "start up" tune together Even thou it's a whipple topped G3 I'll break it in with a carb and my spare XV intake on a test stand.
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Old 08-11-2019, 12:46 PM   #112
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Finally got the w/band fully integrated into the Scanning Suite. It shows AFR in the Channels section and more importantly in the Graphs section it populates the cells along with ST/LT Fuel Trims. Comparing them make it easy to determine needed adjustments. Needed guidance from Billy @ GFB Performance to get the software configured. Thx Billy!
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Old 08-14-2019, 11:31 AM   #113
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Did some research on tuning using boost control fuel regulators. The overall consensus that I found was to use boost controlled fuel regulator for boosted engines. N/A not needed. I had success using fixed regulator set @ 61psi. But I'm always looking toward the next step. Setting it up was simply connecting a vacuum hose to the regulator. Of course it required a trip to town.... I must have 15lbs of brass fittings, but not the one I wanted. Anyway after making the connection I reset the regulator to 58psi with the engine off. Fired it up and get 53psi @idle. Revv it up and let off drawing max vacuum it'll show 50psi. Roll in some boost and the pressure increases as it should. It isn't easy reading guages slipping and sliding around on the road. I wanted be sure I was running fat enough to keep the engine safe. All is good, now back to datalogging and tuning.
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Old 08-15-2019, 12:21 PM   #114
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Looking at the Hallteck website they (Australian) are focused on supporting racing with lots of various outputs for controlling support systems such as nitrous. Specifically mentioning two dry stages. No mention of waste spark. Are you still using waste spark on the car you are working on?

She say yes, it' in there, she'll use it on Forced induction but not high RPM NA.
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Everything that I have read there is no drawback in using waste spark.
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Everything that I have read there is no drawback in using waste spark.
I agree,
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Red is running good, however the LTFT are off more than I want. Pulled 3% out of the affect range and it dropped from -15 to -7. Pulled another 1% and dropped it to -4.. Going to let it mature and datalog some more. HP Tuning makes these small changes easy. The tuning editor reads Bank 1 and Bank 2 individually. For adjustment purposes I disabled Bank 2 so I'm making adjustments using only Bank 1 to control both banks. At some point if it makes sense I can install a second wband to read Bank 2 and tune the banks individually.
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I hope you get it all figured out so when I come home from vacation I will be asking you questions.......
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There is a lot of satisfaction working your way through a tune... and of course I'll help were I can...
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Old 08-28-2019, 06:13 PM   #120
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I've been looking at the MVP for a bit, and finally ordered it last week. It arrived today, and I was looking at a tune from the repository , and it appears that there are shift tables for the alternate 2nd. On my 04, what is the possibility of changing them so that the alternate 2nd never comes into range to be usable? I'm assuming that is referring to 2nd prime. There is most definitely a lot going on.
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