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Old 11-06-05, 08:35 AM
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stock map listed in sticky

i was wondering if i could use the stock map in the sticky forum for my LT8 until i can save up to get a dyno tune. this is what my current mods are

s5 jspec motor
front mount intercooler
greddy type s bov
550cc primary 1680 cc secondary injectors
parallel fuel setup
sx fuel pressure regulator
walbro fuel pump
3in turbo back exhaust
greddy profec b
greddy turbo timer
apexi filter

or if someone could post a better map for me that would be greatly appreciated too.
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Old 11-06-05, 07:09 PM
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no, becouse of your injectors. Stock map for stock injectors.
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Old 11-08-05, 05:44 AM
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Originally Posted by FD Racer
no, becouse of your injectors. Stock map for stock injectors.
well if i would leave the stock injectors in their until i can get a dynotune would it work with the rest of my stuff?
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Yes, just be careful. No boosting until you can get a proper wideband or some dyno time. Also, FWIW you could use the stock map with your big *** secondaries, you just won't be able to accelerate much once they kick in. ;-) Ask me how I know.
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Yes, just be careful. No boosting until you can get a proper wideband or some dyno time. Also, FWIW you could use the stock map with your big *** secondaries, you just won't be able to accelerate much once they kick in. ;-) Ask me how I know.
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im guess they run pig rich
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Originally Posted by projectredsuns
im guess they run pig rich
Yeah, just a little....which probably saved my car. We adjusted my load map from 0-15 psi of boost but left above that set to stock. During testing I blew the cheapy rubber vacuum line to the wastegates. Hit about 20 psi quicker than I could blink, but went full rich at the same time. No harm, no foul.
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