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Old Aug 1, 2017, 06:50 PM   #1
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Tuning Peak Load E85 QUESTIONS

Whats up yall.
So i have been tuning speed density.
Car was on a maf before.

I took alot of timing off to be safe.

Right now im making 533 on Evoscan VD.

My quetion is. Were is peak load?

My load doesnt stop climbing till redline. (350) load @ 30 psi.

Ive read you tune peak load to 3* but im not peaking load then tapering down.

Please help.
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Peak load is usually referenced with stock turbo tunes, so about 3500-3800. Interpolate from there.

You should be tuning by MBT.
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Peak load is usually referenced with stock turbo tunes, so about 3500-3800. Interpolate from there.

You should be tuning by MBT.
Im on a stainless steel fp red.

So the 3-5 degrees of timing at pesk torque can be thrown out the window?

I read on here to tune rpm points.

So by that does it mean tune WOT.

I.e. 2,000 rpm to 3,000 rpm and add timing until it stops making power? Or am i doing full pulls from 2k rpm to redline then adding 1 degree of timing over my map traced cells?

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