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  1. Hi guys just wondering I know it reads a bit higher than a normal 5 bar but when I looked into my friend’s tune he had a link 5 bar option selected for an aem 5.2 bar map sensor. Is this ok? Or does he needs to set up a cal table?
  2. Oh I think you mean the min clamp?
  3. 20 steps? in the whole table?
  4. The PW was my mistake I’ll fix that. The reason for the injectors and the high pressure is because yes right now the car is running 93oct but for racing it will be Ignite 114 which is ethanol on steroids the blending is with race fuel not regular gas and it demands a lot of fuel. I still need to wire the ethanol sensor so I haven’t tuned yet for that gas but it will be. Now that injector dynamics released the new 2600cc injectors I might get those and lower the fuel pressure to 43.5psi base, but as of right now I might not even make it pass 40psi with that fuel. I’m looking at maybe 900-1000hp if the injectors allow me. Here’s a link for the ignite http://www.igniteracingfuel.com/114.html Now for the ac when I’m coming to a stop the idle starts bouncing from 1000 to 2100ish up and down and I have to turn the ac off so it stops oscillating. Let me take a look and tell you the exact time it happens
  5. ok I'm gonna do this now I'll let you know
  6. So now the problem is with the AC on. I've done the proper procedure using link help file. But as Adam told me I think the iacv is operating outside of its range. When I see the runtime values the idle step turns orange or red so I'm assuming that means out of range. So when the AC is on it's chasing the target idle. Keep in mind I'm no tuner at all and I just took the HP Academy classes so I know very little. I'm gonna attach my last log and map. current map.pclr https://drive.google.com/file/d/1zzVj9BsMlQ7KdeDPPxvkpivV2YHDUOzt/view?usp=sharing here is the log since I can't upload it because of the size
  7. Yep engine fan on with AC is set to off now, yeah I see what you’re saying. One is on level high the other level low. I honestly don’t know why lol
  8. Yeah Adam they are ID2000cc and I used the table for linkecu that they provide in their website this info https://s3.amazonaws.com/cdn.freshdesk.com/data/helpdesk/attachments/production/4038524102/original/ID2000 - Link G4 Thunder Characterization Tables - 4 Bar.xls?X-Amz-Algorithm=AWS4-HMAC-SHA256&X-Amz-Credential=AKIAJ2JSYZ7O3I4JO6DA%2F20191119%2Fus-east-1%2Fs3%2Faws4_request&X-Amz-Date=20191119T114836Z&X-Amz-Expires=300&X-Amz-Signature=a8d5de60a68717def2b3c0221acf5a471759e541b5e7e5fb0fc59b38fd534562&X-Amz-SignedHeaders=Host&response-content-type=application%2Fvnd.ms-excel so target a like a .95 lambda? And up the min PS +.45? Ok no problem I’ll try that. Thanks Adam
  9. The ac request is like that per instructions as far I’m concerned though. If not the AC won’t work.
  10. I've looked for this issue as well but man is kicking my ass. I think my iacv took a shit also
  11. What could cause this? Alternator? Or voltage regulator? Battery?
  12. You want the map as well? current map.pclr
  13. Hi guys I was cruising in my 2003 Evo 8 and it had a small hiccup but it was very quick it went lean. Thankfully I always have my laptop recording, I'm gonna attach the log here. The time is 2:25.305. Thanks in advance for any inputs you guys may have.Log 2019-11-17 12;29;03 am.llg
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