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Old 10-01-03, 11:33 PM
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IT WORKS!!, but questions

finally got my car working.

made a few logs, and upon looking at them, a few questions arrise.

the load log had black diamonds in some spots. what are those? they seem to be the spots where its choppy. Im working on playing with the fuel and ignition to get that smoothed out. but it might help if I knew what those diamonds were. also, what should I set the secondaries to come on at for a ported NA? or is that just personal preference.
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Old 10-02-03, 12:36 AM
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i have no idea what the black things are!! i just had a look at a few logs and there are none on my log but they are on everyone elses logs, and there dosent seem to be a pattern to anything,

switch over point will be a personal prefence thing, you just have to choose where it feels best and dosent max out the primarys,

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cool.. another question.

when the status says "pump2 M" does that mean its just using the pump 2 area?
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The black diamonds are "status" indicators - they appear anywhere the ECU has something to say. Some examples are Idle, RPMwot, Decel, or Crk_RPM.

The "pump2 M" lets you know that the secondary acceleration enrichment function is active, and that it's been triggered by a map sensor reading ("pump2 T" would be if your ECU were in TPS mode).

And yeah, the staging poing is just a tuning thing - whereever it works best.

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awesome, thanks guys. hopefully on my way to haveing a smooth running car if so.. ill be hittin the track, aiming for 13s
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congrats~ keep us updated with how the tuning goes, esp share the troubleshooting experience; would love to learn from that
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Originally posted by PowerOverFC
awesome, thanks guys. hopefully on my way to haveing a smooth running car if so.. ill be hittin the track, aiming for 13s
Hey, I think if you hit 13"s, you get your money back. Unless someone already did it. Good luck

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