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This is a discussion on Getting tuned , Dynamic advance stays at 0 within the Tuning: Electronic Engine Management forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; You have a leak, it appears. You're maxing out AF Correction (adding 25% fuel). The fact that your tuner didn't ...

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    You have a leak, it appears. You're maxing out AF Correction (adding 25% fuel). The fact that your tuner didn't notice this makes me question their abilities at all...
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    Getting tuned , Dynamic advance stays at 0

    Yea me to . well ill get Hott on finding the leak , I'm assuming it will be post MAF - pre turbo .

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    Quote Originally Posted by v6mx6ls36
    Yea me to . well ill get Hott on finding the leak , I'm assuming it will be post MAF - pre turbo .
    I'd guess either turbo/inlet or turbo/TMIC
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    It's painfully obvious there is a MAF leak or bad sensor since at 19 psi you are only moving 112 g/s or air and show a load of about 1.17. I'm surprised your motor hasn't popped. Your tuner didn't catch this? This is basic troubleshooting for a "professional" tuner.......
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    Getting tuned , Dynamic advance stays at 0

    He mentioned that its not moving air , but I dont understand the tuning lingo to well , but I'm gonna look for the leak

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