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Default Veloster N - Map requirements and best log method - 09-14-2021, 09:15 AM

I have a 2021 manual Veloster N, I am currently running map 1. I have HKS spark plugs and I always run 93 top tier fuel. What other mods would be required if I want to go up to map 2? I have a forge intake that I am waiting for delivery for.

What is a good method to getting good logs with a stick shift? My last car was an automatic and it was basically just full throttle up to a decent speed. For stick what is best? Also, how does one go about making a custom map 6, is this something that is just a map that can be slightly adjusted and used?
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Default 09-14-2021, 09:21 AM

Should be fine on map2 with 93 octane as is.

For logs 40-90 on a safe private track usually shows us all we need to see.

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