JohnC

2010 Camaro SS L99 A6 Tuning with HP Tuners

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Are you going to work today?  I have them in my truck here at NES downtown if you want to swing by.

Otherwise, I'll be home all weekend.

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6 minutes ago, Mike said:

3:00

I'll meet up with you at 3pm at your work then. :yes:

Front parking lot where folks go in and pay their bills?

If anything changes, I'll text you before 3pm. :up:

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Workin 9 to 3, what a way to make a livin. Always, gettin high, there's no reason to be lyin. We're on the gubment tit, so you haters keep on hatin. It's enough to have me CTS and V'n!

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Will be eager to see what happens.  More important than the 1/4 time will be getting it to run right and happy with the mods it has/will have.  Nothing like having everything dialed in right and the car running sweet, from slow and steady light to light stuff to WOT knocking the carbon off the valves and pissin off the Prius pricks driving.  Good luck with it.

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12 hours ago, Tino said:

12.89 @ 108.

When you get ready to run it let me know I'll come watch 

 

I'm hoping 12.8's at least with tune and RAI only. Catback I doubt adds anything.

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11 hours ago, JohnC said:

@gammey4 Did the stock tune load fine for you?

I watched the video some, but I kept falling asleep. Hard to do this stuff after work. :tired:

 

yes its a completely stock tune you have in there.

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11 hours ago, gammey4 said:

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Running the log 2 against a maf stft error graph.

So where should I start on this MAF? Change those point to be a closer more linear curve up?

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I was just showing you an example of the data you collect with a graph. If I get time tonight I'll post that particular graph and you can load it your scanner. Set it to maf only in editor, write the calibration, Go out and drive the car, fill in as many cells as you can. Then highlight the whole graph, copy, go into editor and open the maf table. Highlight the whole thing, right click, paste special multiply by half. Write the calibration. Check it again with another log.

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11 minutes ago, gammey4 said:

I was just showing you an example of the data you collect with a graph. If I get time tonight I'll post that particular graph and you can load it your scanner. Set it to maf only in editor, write the calibration, Go out and drive the car, fill in as many cells as you can. Then highlight the whole graph, copy, go into editor and open the maf table. Highlight the whole thing, right click, paste special multiply by half. Write the calibration. Check it again with another log.

Thanks, man! :up:

Got to hit the bed... :tired:

I'll try it after work tomorrow morning when I get home. :hyper:

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I don't get how to take your MAF curve edit and apply it. Got a flow chart for dummies?

Just curious, how would adding 10% to the MAF curve effect it since its lean below 4K -- just as a long starting point?

Roll the dice? :fear:

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Run the graph on your scanner (the .table file). Save it somewhere

Open editor

In the graphs section right click, then select graph layouts

Click The file icon (looks like a folder), select "open graph"

Select the graph I posted from wherever you saved it

It should now be in your graphs

Connect to your car, start logging and verify it starts to populate numbers once it's in closed loop

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