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    Map editor ignition maps

    Just purchased map editor , main reason I wanted to lower my fuel due to cold start issues, my question is I'm see 6 ignition maps , what is each one for and which do i adjust? I'm not doing any tuning yet until maptuner x if ready to datalog , just want to gain some knowledge before I do start playing around . I'm more interested in adjusting my fueling , but would like know how to adjust all parameters in the future. Thanks guys


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    From what I know Ignition 3 is sport mode, 2 is default and 1 is eco.

    Personally I copy my timing map to every one of them so they are all the same.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ptscon View Post
    From what I know Ignition 3 is sport mode, 2 is default and 1 is eco.

    Personally I copy my timing map to every one of them so they are all the same.
    My ski is a 05 I don't have those modes .

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    vtech has never said what all the maps do
    they may not know
    I found using the "rescaled" tunes had higher boost timing table
    15* max rpm/boost timing is a joke
    Last edited by skidoochris; 09-19-2016 at 07:31 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skidoochris View Post
    vtech has never said what all the maps do
    they may not know
    I found using the "re calibrated" tunes had higher boost timing table
    15* max rpm/boost timing is a joke
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greggpru View Post
    Here are all my Maps from my rescaled id1000 9000 . So do you edit all of them ? My other question is atmospheric pressure is 1040 hpa approx. Or 14 psi so I'm guessing the map sensor sees boost at anything over that? So 2160 hpa is approx . 31 psi which would be atmospheric pressure +17 psi boost ? And I was playing with table 3 but should I adjust all that tables when I am ready to start tuning ( after I start logging of course)Click image for larger version. 

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    That's interesting, my vt11 timing tables don't use boost but "relative air charger" percentage, whatever that means.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ptscon View Post
    That's interesting, my vt11 timing tables don't use boost but "relative air charger" percentage, whatever that means.
    I'm just messing without my fuel because of hard starting , but as soon as I have datalogging I want to know which table to use or if I just do all 6.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skidoochris View Post
    vtech has never said what all the maps do
    they may not know
    I found using the "re calibrated" tunes had higher boost timing table
    15* max rpm/boost timing is a joke
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    you can see they added another line to the table in only a few (rescale) tables

    the older (siemens) ecu do not have those modes..lol
    like I said I dont think they know what every table does

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