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    Tuning with map edit

    Maptuner x any one edited maps with their editor.... What's the best way considering I don't know my hpa vs rpm for fuel maps any help greatly appreciated


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    You really need a logger to take full advantage of editing maps.

    1050 (1013 but editor uses 1050 step) hpa is about 0 psi boost and will be at about 6000 rpm. 2000 hpa is about 15 psi boost but after 6k rpm the boost/rpm will vary depending on your setup so you need to log to see what boost at what rpm your ski is doing.

    450-550 hpa is around where idle rpm is at.

    You can use a hpa to psi converter to get boost psi, you just need to subtract 15 psi from the number it gives you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ptscon View Post
    You really need a logger to take full advantage of editing maps.

    1050 (1013 but editor uses 1050 step) hpa is about 0 psi boost and will be at about 6000 rpm. 2000 hpa is about 15 psi boost but after 6k rpm the boost/rpm will vary depending on your setup so you need to log to see what boost at what rpm your ski is doing.

    450-550 hpa is around where idle rpm is at.

    You can use a hpa to psi converter to get boost psi, you just need to subtract 15 psi from the number it gives you.
    Appreciate it yeah I'm sorta tunning right now off wimb until Riva launch's their logging through map tuner which is soon I hear

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    Quote Originally Posted by meinstein1987 View Post
    which is soon I hear
    Hasn't it been soon for a year now? Has anyone been able to hear what issues they were having on this? Not much (if any) info as to why it's been delayed. I watched it last year go through 5 release dates. Those have all come and gone.

    Just curious - not complaining, i know they want it out as well so that the revenue can start flowing to pay for the R&D on it.

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    cough mooooteeecccc cough

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    Quote Originally Posted by imp0ster View Post
    cough mooooteeecccc cough
    That's enough swearing from you. Haha

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    You guys are a bad influence.......shit.

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    My logger is for sale.



    For ONE MILLION dollars!

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    MaptunerX datalogger is not far away from a release.

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    My bet is tuning with MapTun is going to get way easier real soon.

    Andy
    Last edited by whittlebeast; 02-23-2017 at 07:58 AM.

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