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Default 08-19-2021, 10:57 AM

Thanks George.

With map 6 above:
1500 1

2000 2

2500 3

3000 4

3500 4

4000 4

4500 3

5000 3

5500 3

6000 3

6500 2

7000 2
is it less dangerous?
Or thinking about longevity is it better to stay on map 1?rsrsrsr
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Default 08-19-2021, 11:24 AM

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Thanks George.

With map 6 above:
1500 1

2000 2

2500 3

3000 4

3500 4

4000 4

4500 3

5000 3

5500 3

6000 3

6500 2

7000 2
is it less dangerous?
Or thinking about longevity is it better to stay on map 1?rsrsrsr
For the octane this is safe. More torque than map 1 and similar at higher rpm.


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Thank you very much George.
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Talking Questions - 07-02-2022, 05:24 PM

George,

Before the Tcross 250 Flex 1.4 Tsi ( today), I had a Golf Mk7 2017 1.4 Tsi (same engine and TipTronic gearbox), Full on alcohol, with same down pipe and intake k&n) and I rode with it at approximately 180 whp (with remap), with a peak of 1.6 bar of pressure, with an upgrade of turbine rotor that we assemble in the company (31,94 x 35,6 mm)( no problems ). Now with a much bigger upgrade (36 x 38,5 mm), I want to put the same pressure or more because I know it will easily with stand the turbine, because we have the machine that we tested the limit of rotation and pressure before putting it to run.. ( But I know that the flow is different ). I will make a log of 3rd and 4th gear and send you to see what you advise me by monitoring the logs. What do you think ?

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George,

Before the Tcross 250 Flex 1.4 Tsi ( today), I had a Golf Mk7 2017 1.4 Tsi (same engine and TipTronic gearbox), Full on alcohol, with same down pipe and intake k&n) and I rode with it at approximately 180 whp (with remap), with a peak of 1.6 bar of pressure, with an upgrade of turbine rotor that we assemble in the company (31,94 x 35,6 mm)( no problems ). Now with a much bigger upgrade (36 x 38,5 mm), I want to put the same pressure or more because I know it will easily with stand the turbine, because we have the machine that we tested the limit of rotation and pressure before putting it to run.. ( But I know that the flow is different ). I will make a log of 3rd and 4th gear and send you to see what you advise me by monitoring the logs. What do you think ?
Log it and lets see what it does and how the fueling looks.


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