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Old 02-10-2013, 05:09 PM   #701
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Great videos, I need your config file
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Old 02-10-2013, 06:11 PM   #702
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Great videos, I need your config file
I put together a spread sheet that automatically configures/ calculates the values from the AEM telemetry data. Makes the setup a lot easier and error free. I sent u my config files and the spreadsheet. If anyone one else needs or wants them send me a PM
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Old 02-11-2013, 07:48 PM   #704
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nice review of the aem serial! can you post some vids of the gauge's 02 feedback and meth function in action? it be very interesting to see the meth @ WOT and 02 feedback at very light throttle.
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Old 02-12-2013, 02:04 AM   #705
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nice review of the aem serial! can you post some vids of the gauge's 02 feedback and meth function in action? it be very interesting to see the meth @ WOT and 02 feedback at very light throttle.
Sure ill put some together.... I haven't used meth because of traction issues in the cold weather. Soon as I get some dry land ill take it for a burn and recorded it...
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I added a inline power line filter / conditioner in-between my alternator and battery to clean up the voltage noise even further. I made a couple of videos with the car running / monitoring voltages and the install.






Car has very stable TPS voltages, AIT and H20 readings now. They used to fluctuate making the AEM compensate. Now it is amazingly stable. I took a guy who was asking for a ride out today who just loved the car spinning from 3 rd thru 4th on the cold / damp highway. Had fun keeping it straight. Lol
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Link to the filter? Good stuff man!
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Link to the filter? Good stuff man!
Yes it's very trick. here's the link

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Just updated my serial gauge with your config file, it works flawless, and the best thing is that the temperatures are in Celsius.

Thanks allot.
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Old 03-02-2013, 01:30 PM   #715
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being3 has exceeded their stored private messages quota and cannot accept further messages until they clear some space.

Can't msg you.
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Yes inbox full...but to answer your PM the answer is no...I can't get them.
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Might have to try this on my 330. Have some humming noises in my system :/
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Got the tune working very efficiently and just logged 11.1 litres per 100 km (31 imperial mpg or 26 miles per US gal) , best milage yet and still drove it.
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buying a used HPF M3

Have a date next Wed with Independent Speed Shop finally. They r going to do my 91 octane base tune with 94 octane replacing my race fuel map and 50/50 water meth. Also they r going to tune it without 02 feedback while in boost for more safety. Apparently 02fb can be hazardous in boost when the sensor fails. 02 sensors usually fail rich so the o2fb would keep leaning it out and kill the motor. They do a lot of custom work and I'm happy with the fact they have done a lot of turbo tuning and really seem to know what they r taking about. He is allowing me to spend the day with him while he tunes it to teach me a few things. That's the part I love about cars is being part of the work. I like understanding how all this stuff is setup and I've learned a lot about how these EFI / Turbo systems r configured as of late.
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I also have my 6766 coming from HPF. I'm first am going todo a base tune as said above for the 6776 and Dyno it. Then do the 6766 upgrade and have a comparison between them. My objective is to have a good street setup with descent milage, drivability & reliability with around 650 to 700 WRHP on tap running 94 with 50/50 water meth. Considering I was getting 580wrhp on pump I should be good with those goals. Probably will have to lower the high boost to around 21psi / but tuning will only tell.

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