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Default Civic Type R, Map 5 - 09-10-2019, 09:31 PM

Hey all.

I am just checking to see if everything looks ok on Map 5.

Aside from the driver Mod, I -think- everything is ok...


Should I try using Map 6 with custom values instead?


EDIT: This is with 93 octane
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Default 09-12-2019, 03:34 PM

It might be on map5 but at part throttle it runs a lot less boost.. So we can't really evaluate. I expect map5 will be too aggressive though once you go full throttle.


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Default 09-13-2019, 06:23 AM

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It might be on map5 but at part throttle it runs a lot less boost.. So we can't really evaluate. I expect map5 will be too aggressive though once you go full throttle.

I was running Map 3 for a while and compared to Map 3 Vs Map 5 the boost numbers seen pretty similar.... However, you are the expert.

Are you saying that Map 5 runs lower boost during normal and spirited operations than Map 3?

What signs are showing it may be too aggressive so I know what to look for?

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Perhaps it is important to note I live in South Florida with Ambient Temps around 85-95 right now depending on the time of day (85 at night and 90-95 during the day)

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All maps run less than maximum boost at less than maximum gas pedal input. So depending on how far you push down the pedal map1 could be stronger than map5 in some situations. Like pressing the gas pedal 30% on map5 vs. 70% on map1.


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Default 09-16-2019, 08:28 PM

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All maps run less than maximum boost at less than maximum gas pedal input. So depending on how far you push down the pedal map1 could be stronger than map5 in some situations. Like pressing the gas pedal 30% on map5 vs. 70% on map1.

Ok this makes sense. Thank you for the explanation.
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