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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 03-13-2014, 08:43 PM Thread Starter
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Default Needing some opinions for setting fuel map on PCV

So i got the PCV and it has fuel motos map preloaded with some minor adjustments, i feel like the engine is running rich. looking for some opinions on the values these should be set at. i feel like some are set to high in the lower rpm and throttle ranges. My mods are in my sig.
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Those are pretty high settings at zero throttle. Normally 0 to 5. Are you getting any back fire or farting?

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Yeah it does sometimes

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I dont have anything to contribute but before buying a fuel controller its nice to see what the setup looks like, thanks for the screenshot

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Find a good dyno tuner and your problems will all be solved. There are 250 cells on that table... every 250 rpm and 9 throttle positions... separate table for each cylinder... Believe me, you can't seat-of-the-pants tune that.

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Find a good dyno tuner and you problems will all be solved. There are 250 cells on that table... every 250 rpm and 9 throttle positions... separate table for each cylinder... Believe me, you can't seat-of-the-pants tune that.
correct...I watched Steve at Powerhouse go thru every step of the tune thru a window in the dyno booth...VERY comprehensive.
then when he had it close he ran it up to the limiter, made some more fine adjustments, ran it up again. a few more adjustments, then on the third run he was happy...still wanted me to ride it before paying him, and told me to bring it back if it needs a bit more put in or taken out anywhere...
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i planned on having it dynoed but was going to wait until the Rally in Georgia and have it done down there. I found a local guy and he wants 250.00 to dyno tune it. seems like alot but im not sure?

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The 10s and 15s at 0 throttle posisition help with decel pop and what half_crazy said find a tuner.

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im just going to buy the Auto Tune.seems like the better money than spending it on a dyno.

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I have the at, you still need to get it set right, $250 for the dyno isnt bad. With the at you still need to set the proper af ratios, it doesnt do it for you.

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