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thehead 03-24-2012 02:43 PM

Spicy ms6ish
 
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So, I was looking at the spicy ms3 tune and took some tips from it to get a drag stip tune for my ms6. turned out pretty well, some fluctuations in actual fuel pressure, but yeah. The other dyno is from my 5gal e85 tune.

discuss.
http://i1083.photobucket.com/albums/...adtwo/dyno.jpg

thehead 03-24-2012 11:37 PM

I'm absolutely loving this tune, although, gas mileage is baaadd, 200 miles for 14.5 gallons, goina be crazy when I get my gtx3071. I'll be going to the track tomorrow so I'll be posting 1/8th mile times. SC fails at having 1/4 mile tracks.

Edit, after reading more, my actual fp is not stable because of the fr relief valve, I'll have to look at getting the ptp upgraded one. Really hoping it doesn't rain at the track though.

zpele 03-25-2012 09:11 AM

Alright everyone.....

DO NOT RUN THIS TUNE FOR DAILY USE.

Here I'll repeat that.

DO NOT RUN THIS TUNE FOR DAILY USE.

atvfreek 03-25-2012 09:25 AM

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Originally Posted by thehead (Post 1326363)
I'm absolutely loving this tune, although, gas mileage is baaadd, 200 miles for 14.5 gallons, goina be crazy when I get my gtx3071. I'll be going to the track tomorrow so I'll be posting 1/8th mile times. SC fails at having 1/4 mile tracks.

Edit, after reading more, my actual fp is not stable because of the fr relief valve, I'll have to look at getting the ptp upgraded one. Really hoping it doesn't rain at the track though.

Just lower your Di fuel pressure to 1800 and that will keep the relief valve happy.

Tappin

Matx 03-25-2012 09:41 AM

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Originally Posted by zpele (Post 1326647)
Alright everyone.....

DO NOT RUN THIS TUNE FOR DAILY USE.

Here I'll repeat that.

DO NOT RUN THIS TUNE FOR DAILY USE.

this is too funny, who in their right mind would......

zpele 03-25-2012 10:08 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by thehead (Post 1326363)
I'm absolutely loving this tune, although, gas mileage is baaadd, 200 miles for 14.5 gallons, goina be crazy when I get my gtx3071. I'll be going to the track tomorrow so I'll be posting 1/8th mile times. SC fails at having 1/4 mile tracks.

Edit, after reading more, my actual fp is not stable because of the fr relief valve, I'll have to look at getting the ptp upgraded one. Really hoping it doesn't rain at the track though.

omg this is retarded. Stop running this tune retard.

thehead 03-25-2012 10:30 AM

Im not running this daily. Just getting it tuned for the strip today. I'm lowering the fp to 1800, goina tame the timing a bit as well

zpele 03-25-2012 10:32 AM

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Originally Posted by thehead (Post 1326743)
Im not running this daily. Just getting it tuned for the strip today. I'm lowering the fp to 1800, goina tame the timing a bit as well

200 miles.....

ScarMS3 03-25-2012 10:35 AM

Well I suppose cosco Lacey or I can give you a ride home when they have to tow your car...

memin 03-25-2012 10:38 AM

don`t worry we will find out soon(zoom, zoom, boom thread) if he was running that map daily.G/L hopefully you won`t bite the dust, we have tooooo many speeds going zoom, zoom boom lately don`t part of the club.

Lex 03-25-2012 02:21 PM

Hmm ... not a huge fan of the lean AFRs - are you running E85 or race fuel?

With an E85 tune you should be able to squeeze around 400 ft lbs and closer to 320-330whp on a Vdyno. Of course I have no idea under what conditions that log/vdyno was taken.

thehead 03-25-2012 04:49 PM

I'm using e85. So it rained today so no track. I'll try again next weekend. I think it'll get more reliable power when i drop the fuel pressure so its not spiking from the fp relief valve controlling it

Tokay444 03-25-2012 04:51 PM

Doesn't it take 50 miles to settle in a new map anyway?

MSFer87 03-25-2012 04:56 PM

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Originally Posted by Tokay444 (Post 1327217)
Doesn't it take 50 miles to settle in a new map anyway?

That's what I heard about in that thread regarding the MS6 getting tuned on it's 2nd motor, and blew it again.

zpele 03-25-2012 05:48 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Tokay444 (Post 1327217)
Doesn't it take 50 miles to settle in a new map anyway?

It takes like 50 miles for it to learn the fueling but at WOT the fueling is set in the map already I believe.

There should be no need to let the car learn the fueling for regular driving seeing as this is a very dangerous map to run on the car daily.

There's a reason for all the warnings....


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