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    Re: MPTune non Turbonator cals

    Quote Originally Posted by ace6598 View Post
    Just out of curiosity was there any progress made on the 1990 masi 16v cal?
    i don't know where i ended up with this cal!! it looks like i finished it but don't see where i ever posted it up. i'll need to take a look at it again to try to figure it out.
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    Re: MPTune non Turbonator cals

    Just got my friend's 86 Turbo Z CS back together and running this weekend on the new engine. Next step is working on tuning it. Is the 86 2. T1 cal posted here ready to use, and is it an auto cal?
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    Re: MPTune non Turbonator cals

    Has there been any progress on this? I really only use the CEL flash on knock feature of turbonator and would like something much closer to stock in that regard if possible. I'm making a chip for an 89 CSX and I haven't had much luck with TSBEC thus far.

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    Re: MPTune non Turbonator cals

    Quote Originally Posted by cordes View Post
    Has there been any progress on this? I really only use the CEL flash on knock feature of turbonator and would like something much closer to stock in that regard if possible. I'm making a chip for an 89 CSX and I haven't had much luck with TSBEC thus far.
    What is causing the issues? I find the LM examples are WAY too rich at idle. I assume this was intentional so it did not kill someone's engine
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    Re: MPTune non Turbonator cals

    I for one am very excited to see what uncompromising/optimized code can do for our cars...

    I know I'm in for at least 2...

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    Re: MPTune non Turbonator cals

    Quote Originally Posted by chromguy View Post
    What is causing the issues? I find the LM examples are WAY too rich at idle. I assume this was intentional so it did not kill someone's engine
    For me, they're just never generally as driveable as the stock based stuff. As you mention, idle can be very rich, and there are just all sorts of things you have to look out for when using it. For example, launch control box checked and speed sensor goes bad? Enjoy your lower RPM limit above 3mph. Good luck tracking that down the first time, especially if the sensor or connection is just intermittently bad.

    Quote Originally Posted by zin View Post
    I for one am very excited to see what uncompromising/optimized code can do for our cars...

    I know I'm in for at least 2...

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    Re: MPTune non Turbonator cals

    If I remember correctly, Turbonators cals are too rich at part throttle and too lean at WOT right out the box. Turbonators cals are meant to be modify before use and you shouldn't use them if you don't intent to tune.

    Someone with experience should go thru all the Turbonators cals and make them friendly for newbies. I can't do it since I don't even have car with LM/SMEC/SBEC.
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    Re: MPTune non Turbonator cals

    for those that are having lean/rich/drivability issues, are you on a completely stock car (2-bar/33lb) and choosing the exact template for your car vs burning a straight stock cal and having the stock template turbonator cal be drastically different than the actual stock cal?

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    Re: MPTune non Turbonator cals

    For some reason, I've always found that a stock cal modified the same way as anything with bells and whistles is better. This goes back to the Chem/blueberry days.

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