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  1. I'm all good on that front mate, my mapper is golden.
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  2. You should certainly make yourself familiar with how PCLink works, the forums here can provide you a lot of support and assistance, and will save you having to go back to a tuner every time you want to make a minor change! I would also make sure that you tell the tuner up front that you want full access to the ECU's configuration/tune when they have completed their work and you do not want it locked - if they are unwilling to to do so, then respectfully tell them to cancel your appointment, and that you'll go elsewhere!
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  3. All of these are possible. I suggest you download and install PCLink (if you've not done so already), open it up, open an Evo base map, then also open the Help file, and start looking at the options and the help file. The Help file provided with these ECUs is the best sets of documentation I've ever seen - not only does it tell you how the software works, but also gives you help and advice on tuning, engine electrical systems and ECUs in general.
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  4. The fuel trim is generally used along with the retard value to tune the level of boost you can reach while on the launch limiter. More retard and more fuel means more heat energy in the exhaust which means higher boost. The main thing you need to be careful of with hydraulic lifters - especially with stock valve springs is large and regular bangs in the exhaust. Each bang can lift the valve a little and the lifter fills to take up that extra lash. With each bang the lifter pumps up a little more - until eventually you get to the point that either the valve no longer seals closed enoug
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  5. Base map is not very safe, too much timing, attached a safe timing map fro you
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