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 Old 03-08-2009, 04:17 AM   #1
 
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Default Cp-e standback tuning

My problem with the fuel cut and the boost leak is fix. I installed the cp-e stytandback for the ms6. The standack fixed few problem. What I would like to know at this point is how do I tune the car. I understand the program a little bit. The value in what I need to know like what would be a good air/fuel ratio/Timing/boost/voltage for maf and fuel cut and basicly all of those little detail to optimize the car.If anyone used the program and can tell me how to fill the blank in the program. What to have at each RPM.
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YOu need a wideband AFR gauge to tune for it. YOu can also get a Dashhawk as it'll read the factory wideband. YOu don't have mods listed but if you're on the stock turbo, you're probably well outside of its efficiency range at 20 psi. These types of questions are hard to answer b/c we don't know your level of skill. Rephrase them and ask for specific answers and we'll get much further quicker.
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As mods I have a garrett gt3071r, forged pistons and rods, bov,2'5 exhaust, downpipe, short ram. I have a wideband, aem boost gauge, oil pressure gauge.
My level of skill....are very low I guess, I just got introduce to play in a car.
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What intercooler are you running?
I shoot for 12-12.5 for an afr.
I tune via MAP vs RPM in the MAF and Timing tables.

What wastegate/boost control solenoid setup are you running?
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Stock intercooler, waste gate is internal and the spring is over 14 psiselenoid is tyhe factory one. I had an aftermarket one but the cpe standback only run the stock selenoid
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First, get a new intercooler. You're running a forged build with a gt30 and haven't upgraded the IC?!?!?

The SB will control the Perrin ECBS. I'm not sure what other solenoid you have but it'll likely handle that as well.

Log your wideband and pull fuel until you get to the afr you want. You'll need a dyno to add timing safely - not sure you want to do that anyway.
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Well....I just put over 10,000 in that car this month and the next thing I have been told to add was the fuel pump. I still have bad fuel cut. There is no 4wd dyno around. Closest one is in montreal which 14hrs away...so now at this point the fuel pump and the intercooler would be my next most logical thing to buy? front mount intercooler or top?
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And I am just wondering for this time of the years.....it's cold here I am in canada....very cold can I wait until it's a little bit warmer outside before I change the IC
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Money wise...it's starting to be a little bit over my budget
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And I am just wondering for this time of the years.....it's cold here I am in canada....very cold can I wait until it's a little bit warmer outside before I change the IC
Dont drive like an ass and you should be good. Your running 20 psi on the stock ic which probably can't handle all that boost. The fact that your running forged internals is saving you a bit. At this point, you need someone who knows what they're doing to tune your car. You have alot of potential, dont' screw it up by half assing it.
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Get the HPFP ASAP, the IC can wait until it starts to warm up outside..
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