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    also anyone who has run the fmic map sucessfully before should have no problem with my winter fmic map since it only adds fuel to certain points, doesnt take any away.
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    Did a few last adjustments. i think i'm going to try to get my lazy ass to a dyno within a week or two. the only adjustment i made was i subtracted a little fuel at around 8psi to 11psi from 3500rpm to redline(6500rpm). i was just running a little rich when i would take off in 1st gear. If some1 else is running this map let me know what you think of it and if you think i need any more adjustments. thanks.
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    What's your afr with this one? I think we could list 3 maps for 440cc's listed as follows:
    Aggresive = 11.5-12 afr
    MidRange = 11-11.5 afr
    Conservative = 10-11 afr
    or something like that, what do you think?
    Quote Originally Posted by Blue_Speed
    Did a few last adjustments. i think i'm going to try to get my lazy ass to a dyno within a week or two. the only adjustment i made was i subtracted a little fuel at around 8psi to 11psi from 3500rpm to redline(6500rpm). i was just running a little rich when i would take off in 1st gear. If some1 else is running this map let me know what you think of it and if you think i need any more adjustments. thanks.

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    that is a good idea. this one is a little rich at WOT. It would probably be under Conservative. i think i might mess with it tomorow to lean it out just a little bit more.

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    Yeah I think is better for everyone to start out with a rich mix and then lean it out as needed
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    anyone running this with the maf relocated?
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    Quote Originally Posted by byohndspeed
    anyone running this with the maf relocated?
    Yeah, I run damn rich at WOT too. I haven't tuned it sepcifically for my car yet. Will do soon. I'm wondering if something else is up with my car because others have said that relocated MAF leaned them out some.
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    i think alot of it has to do with the iat location. the hotter the iat sees, the leaner it will go..
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    Yeah I definitely didn't relocate that.
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    without a wideband reading to see if you are leaning out, I would keep the sensor where it is running the afc. Thats why I put mine back and removed the BOV/ Now she purrs and i dont have to worry about zoom zoom boom. If you get a WB reading and things are ok then you are fine, I just dont like to gamble with a potential paperweight.
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    I ran all 3 maps in my car today to get some wb readings. My mods are smic, 2.5 s-pipe back, stock boost (7-7.5 psi). They all shared the same highs and lows. A little lean going into boost, fat in the midrange (2400-4000 rpm) leaning out between 4-4500 and then back to a richer mixture up until she coughs. W/ the stock supermap in 3rd gear wfo it ran in the 10.5-10.8 until 4k, 4-4.5k: 12.2-12.6 and then back down to 10.2-10.5 until redline. W/ the fmic maps: 9-9.2 until 4k, 10-10.2 until 4500 and then back into the 9's until redline. Jeffs winter map was as expected, a little more rich. So for me, the stock supermap is a better baseline (obviously). The temp here was about 25 degrees f when I took these readings. Figured I'd post them for the hell of it. When I get done modifying my map I'll post it up.

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    It looks like you need to customize your map a little.
    Quote Originally Posted by Fudgie
    I ran all 3 maps in my car today to get some wb readings. My mods are smic, 2.5 s-pipe back, stock boost (7-7.5 psi). They all shared the same highs and lows. A little lean going into boost, fat in the midrange (2400-4000 rpm) leaning out between 4-4500 and then back to a richer mixture up until she coughs. W/ the stock supermap in 3rd gear wfo it ran in the 10.5-10.8 until 4k, 4-4.5k: 12.2-12.6 and then back down to 10.2-10.5 until redline. W/ the fmic maps: 9-9.2 until 4k, 10-10.2 until 4500 and then back into the 9's until redline. Jeffs winter map was as expected, a little more rich. So for me, the stock supermap is a better baseline (obviously). The temp here was about 25 degrees f when I took these readings. Figured I'd post them for the hell of it. When I get done modifying my map I'll post it up.
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    yes sir! Will post when done. Suppose to get snow tonight. We'll see how the roads are tomorrow. I hate it when mother nature shits on my dyno!

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    what where the temps like when you tested the maps?
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    25 degrees F

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