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    should any of my safc setting be in the positive?

    Stock tt injectors and NA ecu. Is that running running to rich? I don't have a wideband and the logger I have is useless. Any help would be great thanks.

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    how much boost are you running?

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    Wastegate boost.(7psi) and its a atx

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    then you don't really need an safc....but no, everything should be set at zero.

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    Are you sure? With a NA ecu?

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    Yes, you need the afc with the NA ecu.

    What fuel pump?

    I think they should all be negative but wait till someone with more experience posts to be sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kilo_SME View Post
    Are you sure? With a NA ecu?
    My bad, I didnt realize you have an na ecu....in the positive might be ok then, it depends on some other things..i.e. Fuel pump, injectors, and.a dataloger would really help....do you know if the na and tt engines fpr's are set to the same pressure? And wich do you have?
    Last edited by dpartinvr4; 03-02-2011 at 07:02 PM.

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    Not sure how you're going to tune your car without knowing what the narrowbands are communicating with the ECU but it's not uncommon to richen up the lower rpm values then gradually lean them out.

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    you need a wideband and a logger, bare minimum.

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    I have a logger but it doesn't show any knock sensor, and I think the a/f is in volts or something. The car ran pretty good with the the high settings in the positive. I rather run too rich then too lean, but the way gas is going up I can't afford that.lol. Also im still on the NA fuel pump and fpr.

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