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Old 10-02-03, 07:35 PM
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choppyness?

doing a few runs while playing with the settings. It gets real choppy.. these pictures are a 3rd gear run on the highway 79 is the start, and 115 is the end of 3rd. the mark at 100 is the only status that says RPMwot, all the other ones say Pump2 M. Im just trying to figure out why its so choppy. Ive noticed it doesnt do it only at WOT. like I can accelerate slowly up and it still does it.

Im wondering if there could be a dead spot on my CAS or something. im not sure if thats even possible. the settings look cool, thats why im thinking its a input problem.

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Old 10-03-03, 02:56 AM
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Your pump is always on,

turn the trigger for the pump2 up to 10 or above,

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Old 10-03-03, 08:20 AM
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it was set at 00psi, i changed it to 10 hg, and it didnt change anything.

im NA, is there a good setting for that being NA?

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you would probably want it at 5hg,

you need to change pump 2 trig to 10 to stop the pump from staying on like it is,

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awesome, thanks a bunch
ill try that out

pump 2 trigger or pump 2 stop??
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is there anyway to test the map sensor??

A friend told me it could be kinda funky.
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you need to change the pump2 trigger,

your map sensor will be fine, you can test with a small vacuum pump if you wish

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Old 10-06-03, 07:28 PM
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right on.. ok works alot better, but i found out that the map sensor is about -2" off. is there anyway to calibrate it?
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That map sensor is going to be more accurate than any guage. my autometer guage is off like 3 inches and a few psi off accross the band.
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