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    Auto tune set as following.

    Negative 10% fuel at start up for 10 seconds, it would Flood when engine hot and off for a couple hours.

    Idle at 13.6
    2000 -3500 with afr 13.7, 13.8, 13.9
    3501- 5900 with afr 14, 14.1, 14.2
    5901- 6200 with afr 13.8, 13.5, 13.2, 13.1
    6201- 6800 with afr 13.0
    6801- 7500 with afr 12.9, 12.8, 12.7, 12.6
    7501- 8000 with afr 12.5
    8001- 8300 with afr 12.4
    8301-8500+with afr 12.3

    13 psi at 8500

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    Quote Originally Posted by tiderider View Post
    Auto tune set as following.

    Negative 10% fuel at start up for 10 seconds, it would Flood when engine hot and off for a couple hours.

    Idle at 13.6
    2000 -3500 with afr 13.7, 13.8, 13.9
    3501- 5900 with afr 14, 14.1, 14.2
    5901- 6200 with afr 13.8, 13.5, 13.2, 13.1
    6201- 6800 with afr 13.0
    6801- 7500 with afr 12.9, 12.8, 12.7, 12.6
    7501- 8000 with afr 12.5
    8001- 8300 with afr 12.4
    8301-8500+with afr 12.3

    13 psi at 8500
    do you have the pod for the power commander set up?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 05_RXP View Post
    do you have the pod for the power commander set up?
    I am going to use a small laptop to initially create a fuel map. I also have an AEM afr gauge which I was going monitor afrs when running the craft off the created fuel maps. Do you have a 200 or 300 for sale? You can PM if that's the reason for asking?

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    A friend of mine ran I believe it was the 300 pod. It would allow him to data log I believe boost, rpm and afrs. It would also let you make changes to certain area in the curve by set percentages as well

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    I spoke to Dynojet in regards to the 300 pod. It can log and view but can't make changes or adjust. I have the PLX with maptunerX for logging and viewing as well. Thanks.


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    With the pc and auto tune 100% you can make adjustments with the 300 pod.
    now why if your running the pc and auto tune not use the pod to data log and make changes with simple plugging in of a card. Not having to worry about your plx and maptuner and it will correctly line up with software your using to tune your fueling.

    this is right from dynojets website for the pod 300
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    Quote Originally Posted by 05_RXP View Post
    With the pc and auto tune 100% you can make adjustments with the 300 pod.
    now why if your running the pc and auto tune not use the pod to data log and make changes with simple plugging in of a card. Not having to worry about your plx and maptuner and it will correctly line up with software your using to tune your fueling.

    this is right from dynojets website for the pod 300
    I Just called dynojet technical and you can only do global fuel adjustments with the POD300. Add or remove fuel at low end, mid or top end. No fuel changes or AFR target changes to a specific rpm range like the 8000 to 8600 rpm range as an example.

    I won't be pushing more then 13 PSI at wot...

    Should the power commander fail or O2 sensor fail with or without the auto tune working or o2 sensor giving odd readings it would fall back to the installed Riva tune which would be Rich at low end 12ish, leaner in the mid around 15 afr and richer at top end 11.7 which I would notice on my AEM afr Gauge.
    Last edited by tiderider; 09-19-2019 at 10:44 AM.

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    13 psi is on the lower boost side of things, mid 12s will be plenty safe with timing under 31 with 91 octane. That's basically what a 300 doo does in boost and they run leaner up top.

    13.5 - 13.8 up to 6k, taper down to low 13s by 6.5k, then just under 13 at 7k, then slowly down to 12.5 at 8.5k

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    Quote Originally Posted by ptscon View Post
    13 psi is on the lower boost side of things, mid 12s will be plenty safe with timing under 31 with 91 octane. That's basically what a 300 doo does in boost and they run leaner up top.

    13.5 - 13.8 up to 6k, taper down to low 13s by 6.5k, then just under 13 at 7k, then slowly down to 12.5 at 8.5k
    Thank you! Its nice to have a few members with some patience to be helpful..

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    Quote Originally Posted by tiderider View Post
    I Just called dynojet technical and you can only do global fuel adjustments with the POD300. Add or remove fuel at low end, mid or top end. No fuel changes or AFR target changes to a specific rpm range like the 8000 to 8600 rpm range as an example.

    I won't be pushing more then 13 PSI at wot...

    Should the power commander fail or O2 sensor fail with or without the auto tune working or o2 sensor giving odd readings it would fall back to the installed Riva tune which would be Rich at low end 12ish, leaner in the mid around 15 afr and richer at top end 11.7 which I would notice on my AEM afr Gauge.
    that is correct you can globally only make 3 different rpm range adjustments. As you know the WOT is the most critical range. This is why it is important to have your base map as close as possible. This is the downfall to piggybacks is their unknown length of reliability. The other thing where people go wrong is when something acts up they keep running them. I get sometimes you have no choice but it’s better to leave down then harm them

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