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    learning view help, how is mine?

    i recently did a learning view and would like to know how it looks to the more experienced people here. Im not sure what numbers to look for so all the help i can get will be great. Now i believe the IAM is supposed to be at 16 seeing as that is what it was at after i reset it. So i need help with this bad.


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    IAM is supposed to be 16. Stock, it starts out at 8, then works up 4 at a time, many times people will kick it straight up to 16 from the beginning. Either way, 9 indicates a problem. The other points in the table really don't mean much, since the IAM is so far off. We need a lot more information about the car, its mods, the tune, etc. The first thing that jumps out at me - you been using premium fuel?
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    Mods are as follows.

    -Tomei uel headers
    -aem short ram intake
    -sti intercooler
    -catless uppipe and downpipe
    -cat back exhaust
    -gfb hybrid bov w recirc

    The bov might come off though.
    And I am using 93 gas. Not sure what to do with this I don't want to blow up my motor. Can anyone help with an email tune maybe?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CSwrx22 View Post
    -aem short ram intake
    -gfb hybrid bov w recirc
    these.

    You tuned for the intake at least?

    The numbers in the top indicate that your MAF scaling is way off, and you're probably running super lean/rich on OL.

    I'd be willing to email tune you at least for safety (not necessarily top numbers), iff you have a wideband o2 with logging capabilities. Heck, depending where in NJ you were, I'd be willing to go out and tune you - again, iff you get access to a wbo2.
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    i can take the bov off, im not worried about that i kind of just threw it on for the hell of it. The intake was supposedly tuned for, but i have my doubts now. Someone tried to email tune and apparently they didnt know what they were doing. Im going to PM you.

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    So all those mods and no tune?
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    Yeah....definitely not a happy looking learning view shot. Your car has had to do quite a bit of changes to it's current timing and fueling values to get it to work, and it's not even close to working to the best of it's ability.
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