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Default 2017 Elantra Sport Map 1 log - 10-07-2020, 01:12 PM

Hello,

Could someone please take a look at my Map21 logs and see if they look okay?

I want to move up to Map 2 if everything looks good

This is gear 1-3

Thanks!
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Default 10-07-2020, 01:14 PM

Looks fine to me so far. Let's see map2.


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Default 10-07-2020, 02:11 PM

Awesome thanks for looking!

I took logs for gears 1-4 and a separate log with just gear 4

How come the ecu psi goes so high in the gear 4 pull? I thought it should be limited around 17
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  • JB4 Map 1 wired connection
  • 93 Octane
  • HKS M45XL spark plugs
  • Pierburg EBCS
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  • Dual OCC
  • SXTH V2 Engine Mount
  • SXTH rear sway bar
  • Shifter Bushings and Boomba short throw adapter plate
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Default 10-07-2020, 02:44 PM

Looks normal to me. ECU_PSI is what the factory boost target would be. Since the tuning is load based as intake temps and modeled EGT increase so does boost target to compensate.
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Default 10-07-2020, 02:51 PM

Sweet I'm glad it looks normal then!

Should I just stick to Map 2 or should I look into doing a custom Map?

Thank you again for taking a look!


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  • 93 Octane
  • HKS M45XL spark plugs
  • Pierburg EBCS
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  • Shifter Bushings and Boomba short throw adapter plate
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Default 10-08-2020, 03:05 AM

Here's where pushing pump gas becomes a bit foolish.

Exactly what do you expect from going with a custom map? One thing you can do is reduce boost in the first couple of gears to help with wheel spin.

If you can't run Map 3/4/5 safely on pump gas then increasing boost higher is out of the question.

So how do you make more power?

That gets into Gale Banks, Smokey Yunick and Ak Miller territory.

I recommend water-methanol injection because that is what all of them would say. You can't squeeze much more out of the turbo but you need to keep temps down and increase octane as you increase boost with each Map beyond 2.

Race gas especially aggressive leaded race gasses slow down the ignition burn rate, chemical timing retard.

You don't need less timing, you need more.

Water-methanol injection on a turbo car makes more power than the best unleaded race gas (VP MS109). It has a higher upfront cost than other options but pays for itself in other ways, such as cleaning intake valves.
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