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Old Nov 19, 2007, 08:35 PM
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Let's see your fully tuned timing maps

OK,

I'm re-tuning soon, and I want to see how far off I am from a "very good" tune. I'm particularly interested in tunes that have shown strong dyno powerbands and/or good quarter mile trap speeds.

So please, post your timing map!

I'll start with mine that I'm running as of today (this is straight 93, I run 25psi, with a taper to 20 at redline... still on stock turbo, stock WGA, stock mani/O2. The Green in my sig is "on order", and wga, ported mani/hotside/o2 are going in a the same time):


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Old Nov 19, 2007, 09:45 PM
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I hope I'm not out of line when I say, damn thats a lot of peak timing, is that 14* peak? And at 25psi, must make for a fun drive...
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Old Nov 20, 2007, 12:28 AM
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100 oct. Mods in sig.



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Old Nov 20, 2007, 01:34 AM
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Originally Posted by ShamelessCookie View Post
OK,

I'm re-tuning soon, and I want to see how far off I am from a "very good" tune. I'm particularly interested in tunes that have shown strong dyno powerbands and/or good quarter mile trap speeds.

So please, post your timing map!

I'll start with mine that I'm running as of today (this is straight 93, I run 25psi, with a taper to 20 at redline... still on stock turbo, stock WGA, stock mani/O2. The Green in my sig is "on order", and wga, ported mani/hotside/o2 are going in a the same time):

How did you work on timing map #2 and #3?
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Old Nov 20, 2007, 04:43 AM
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Originally Posted by al\lupo View Post
How did you work on timing map #2 and #3?
They are identical to #1
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Old Nov 20, 2007, 04:45 AM
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Razorlab, have AFR for that hex or dyno?
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Old Nov 20, 2007, 07:56 AM
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This is for 93 oct and 25psi spike holding 20-21 to redline.
(note - I changed the scaling on both axis so be aware)

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Old Nov 20, 2007, 08:23 AM
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100oct, just a 25psi spike but settles to 20. Dyno sheet in sig pic thread.

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Here's mine. Tuned on E78 fuel at 28 psi with buschur intake, ams fmic, gsc s1 cams, 3" tbe, walbro 255, 1000cc injectors and gm bcs


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dudical, I assume that square of 4-5 is for the two step? What benefit does that give you ?
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Originally Posted by ShamelessCookie View Post
dudical, I assume that square of 4-5 is for the two step? What benefit does that give you ?
12psi off the two step instead of 6-7 like stock.
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Originally Posted by dudical26 View Post
This is for 93 oct and 25psi spike holding 20-21 to redline.
(note - I changed the scaling on both axis so be aware)


So what kind of loads are you hitting @ peak and 7.5k ? Something like 280 falling to 220 ?
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Old Nov 20, 2007, 11:00 AM
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Dont have any dyno charts yet, but last year when my 4K - 6K rpm (3rd) times were 0.3 seconds slower it was 305/304 on a MustangDyno and about 5 psi less with a ****** tune without WB. I won't guess my current #'s until I go again



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Old Nov 20, 2007, 11:04 AM
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Originally Posted by matt55 View Post
So what kind of loads are you hitting @ peak and 7.5k ? Something like 280 falling to 220 ?
That is exactly correct.
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Razorlab, have AFR for that hex or dyno?

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