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Turbo Tuning / Re: Fuel Issues
« on: August 20, 2013, 04:44:45 PM »
Update: All boost/air leaks have been addressed, faulty air intake temp sensor replaced, removed fuel filter to check for flow restriction. Although my idle a/f ratios have improved with the fixes, I'm still going lean under load. It isn't minor either, high gear at pedal in WOT position, im getting 15's-16's a/f. I didnt feel comfortable to boost. Here's a video of it. If you pause in the beginning you can get a good look at the gauges for reference (i dont know why my video got stretched out). Top left gauge is Wideband, Top right is Boost, Bottom right is Fuel Pressure. If i increase line pressure from regulator to a minimum 60psi at idle, everything is normal under load.

View My Video

How many RPM does it stay lean for? Does it come back to normal after that lean spike?

Turbo Tuning / Re: Fueling help!
« on: August 20, 2013, 04:41:26 PM »
I think OP is using 60#

I was wanting to make sure he did not mistake that. The M20 turbo tuning package is meant to be used with 42# injectors. If he is in fact using 60# injectors with the 42# tune, that is the problem entirely.

Turbo Tuning / Re: Fueling help!
« on: August 20, 2013, 01:55:08 PM »
Are you using 60# injectors or the 42# injectors our tuning package comes with/requires?

Naturally Aspirated Tuning / Re: Database for Tunes
« on: August 20, 2013, 01:52:44 PM »
we don't have nearly as many NV tunes as we do tunes for the VANOS equipped engines. The simple reason is there is little demand for non vanos stuff.

What is your starting set up? I can tell you if we have anything that would be usable as a starting point for you.

Turbo Tuning / Re: Fuel Issues
« on: August 19, 2013, 08:17:54 PM »
I thank you very much for the work you are doing to find possible issues with your hardware and not 100% blaming the product. Too many customers do not know how to troubleshoot their cars or simply think they can't make a mistake.

Again, thanks for documenting your findings here, it will be a big help if more people like you take the time to tell us the small issues they find with their projects that can lead to fixing the problems!  :)

Turbo Tuning / Re: Fuel Issues
« on: August 19, 2013, 03:25:37 PM »
What is your spark plug gap? It should be between .023" and .025"

Turbo Tuning / Re: Fuel Issues
« on: August 17, 2013, 08:25:29 PM »
What version of the software are you running, Go to Help, About and the version number will be listed in the pop up. Also, are you using Windows XP and the proper JAVA version?

One more question, are you using "english" as your computers language? The only time we've seen a 0 problem is when the computer uses a comma (,) instead of a period (.) for decimal places. Eg 34,5 instead of 34.5 That makes it trip up.

WAR Software Support / Re: WAR CHIP Upload stuck at 9%
« on: August 14, 2013, 09:53:17 AM »
The WAR Chip works with MAC if you run a Virtual Machine. We have a number of MAC customers who do that.

Projects / Re: My build tread "hoemade"
« on: August 13, 2013, 02:12:22 PM »
Had a quick buzz through your build thread! Looks great.

WAR Software Support / Re: WAR CHIP Upload stuck at 9%
« on: August 13, 2013, 02:07:44 PM »
Make sure you completely reomoved the "old" new JAVA. If it is stuck at 9% still, the wrong JAVA is still in/on the computer.

General Discussion / Re: Hoemade 4in MAF housing
« on: August 13, 2013, 02:05:12 PM »
If you can get some sort of screen like the stock MAF on there you will have better results. Those sensors need a straightener in front to work 100%

Looks good though!

WAR Software Support / Re: Software request for WAR map
« on: August 12, 2013, 10:24:53 AM »
Hi Scottie,

What info were you interested in the most? The file most likely will not run your car well at all, even with tuning as it uses way bigger injectors and just has so much done to it. The fuel info would not make sense to your set up but you could theoretically use the timing information.

Just wanted to give you a heads up about the "use" of the tune.

Hey Scottie,

Brody, here. It has been such a long time! I honestly can't remember all the details about your car. I was a newb in the company when Dan and I were last down there. However, it looks like you are getting somewhere with the car. Dan may be able to shed some light but I know he is busy right now with a project and with him living in Seattle now, I talk to him when I absolutely need to!

Let me know if you don't get a reply from him in the next day or so.

WAR Software Support / Re: Windows 7 and the WAR Chip
« on: August 12, 2013, 10:18:15 AM »
Does Anyone have a Screen Shot of the files already Write on the Chip?, I just want to make sure that's how they looks on my Chip Since and using Win7 as well.

Here is a picture of what is should look like. Obviously the tune names will depend on what files you are running or what names you saved them as before writing.

You should always have 4 tunes even if they are 4 of the same and the fifth file that says "mpcchip" If you have 5 files total everything is working as it should.

WAR Software Support / Re: WAR Chip software
« on: August 07, 2013, 07:41:05 PM »
Hi Pierre,

Yes, it is a known bug that is being fixed in the new version due out soon. If you know what you have loaded, what you can do is open a copy of said tune from your computer into the tune slot you want it in. That way when you write it, it should not affect the other positions.

I know it is annoying and we have a proper fix coming right around the corner.

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