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little known facts, makes it perrrrrfectly clear:



- Eddie's car burns refined mixtures of Chuck Norris' sweat

- Eddie's car spontaneously grows a beard 1/2way down the strip

- Eddie's car has a motor strung together with Lumberjack axes and chest hair

- Eddie's car has an intake which ingests Leprechaun fetuses and angel wings



it's all pretty simple really...
Oh he's going to be mad you figured out his combo!

Old 04-23-2013, 07:29 PM
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Forgot to add that many ECU's have multiple maps that can be switched with a steering wheel switch etc. Then anything can change (boost/fuel/ignition timing, even cam timing on vvt/vanos cars etc).
I was tuning a turbocharged BMW in Africa (Togo), made several maps based on the available fuel, including a mix with toluene/xylene and the owner just switches the maps.

BTW on well tuned EMS you can just lower the boost and there will be no issues with fuel and/or ignition because fuel and ignition tables are already tuned for those cells.

This tech is so everyday to tuners world but seems such a hi-tech to 911 crowd, lol



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Matt is talking about "on the fly", you're talking about preprogrammed. I can program my boost levels per gear in TunerStudio, but i believe that's not what Matt was stating.
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Yep, well understood. I guess I took what Matt was saying more like a knob rather a switch. Only thing you could turn would be a boost controller. Everything else EFI related would be a switch I'd imagine.

To what you said, there's no reason to adjust fuel/ignition per boost, it's already there.
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Interesting straight liner. 1000 hp, 100 psi.

Dodge Li'l Red Express drag truck packs 100 PSI, 1,000 horsepower
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7:1 compression ratio plus methanol. All on the charts that have been known since the early 40s.

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