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Default N20 TMAP settings - 08-16-2017, 09:54 PM

Besides setting TMAP to 1, is FF duty bias required to be set to 20?
I'm using the iOS 3rd party interface, and didn't see that setting on the user adjustment settings page.
Any other settings change info would be great. This is the first time I'm running the 3.5 bar TMAP.
I read through the threads from 2013, but I'd imagine some of that info is outdated by now.


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Default 08-16-2017, 10:26 PM

As for the TMAP changing the value from 0 to 1 that is correct, but as for the FF duty bias you don't need to change it unless you want to match the boost curve on the boost target, so you better know how to use it.


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Default 08-17-2017, 02:16 PM

^Thanks for the info! For the time being I won't mess with the ff duty bias.

Just for my own sake of knowing, what does the following statement mean?

"and also realize your FF/duty bias values will be approx 20% lower than they were with the 2.5bar factory sensor. An easy way to offset this is by adding 20 to each duty bias value across the board to keep FF within a usable range."

Is this just outdated info?


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Default 11-16-2018, 02:44 AM

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^Thanks for the info! For the time being I won't mess with the ff duty bias.

Just for my own sake of knowing, what does the following statement mean?

"and also realize your FF/duty bias values will be approx 20% lower than they were with the 2.5bar factory sensor. An easy way to offset this is by adding 20 to each duty bias value across the board to keep FF within a usable range."

Is this just outdated info?
Is this outdated info?????


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Default 05-20-2019, 08:14 PM

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^Thanks for the info! For the time being I won't mess with the ff duty bias.

Just for my own sake of knowing, what does the following statement mean?

"and also realize your FF/duty bias values will be approx 20% lower than they were with the 2.5bar factory sensor. An easy way to offset this is by adding 20 to each duty bias value across the board to keep FF within a usable range."

Is this just outdated info?
Iím curious as well, is it still necessary to adjust duty bias??
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