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is my microtech for my NA?

arent the units configured for NA and turbo seperatly? if not, what do I need to do to get it close.

Is anyone else running a MT on their NA? I need some pointers, its running rich as crap, there is actually fuel seeping out from the header flange. the output for the injectors is sitting at 12.14 with it in the ON position, I cant get it started now. should I just turn mixtrim way down?

ohya, the motor was built by a guy that likes big ports. he said he did a "mild" streetport. is it possible that its too big and I should use the TPS rather than the MAP?

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Re: is my microtech for my NA?

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arent the units configured for NA and turbo seperatly? if not, what do I need to do to get it close.

Is anyone else running a MT on their NA? I need some pointers, its running rich as crap, there is actually fuel seeping out from the header flange. the output for the injectors is sitting at 12.14 with it in the ON position, I cant get it started now. should I just turn mixtrim way down?

ohya, the motor was built by a guy that likes big ports. he said he did a "mild" streetport. is it possible that its too big and I should use the TPS rather than the MAP?
I have a micrtech on my 88 GXL. The microtechs are configured (base map and load points) for turbo cars. You can tune the fuel out on a dyno with a wideband or streettuning and a wideband. As for the load points, you really have about 6 for vacuum, the rest are for boost, which is something you or I won't see in the current configuration.

As for tuning it to lean it out, I am not really the person who can help. I am a student of the EMS tuning myself. Check out my webpage below for pictures and such of the LT8 on my car.
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