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PostPosted: Tue Jun 12, 2007 2:23 pm 
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Does anybody has an idea of how's the timing map of a g16?
I'm working with my megasquirt and i'm i little bit suprised becuase it works quite well with 25 degrees of final advance (25@3500rpm an higher@WOT)
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PostPosted: Thu Jun 14, 2007 9:36 pm 
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Location: Sydney Australia
I have a Wolf V500 ECU in my Baleno and I am very happy with it.
Internally standard G16B engine running 12psi with a Garrett T25 Turbo
I have MY03 Impreza WRX Injectors in it. (380cc)

http://www.wolfems.com

It has full electronic boost control via a 3 port PWM style MAC valve.

It is as close as you can get to a MoTeC M400 without spending the money and IMO is the best bang for your bucks ECU currently available.

Below are links to shots of my Fuel and ignition maps.
They are at 500RPM resolution simply so it would all fit on the screen... it does go down to 125RPM resolution.

The Wolf Scaling (in my set up) from 0 to 107 translates like this:

WOLF LOAD --- CALCULATED PSI --- CALCULATED KPA
107 --- 15.7 --- 108.1
100 --- 13.8 --- 94.8
93 --- 11.8 --- 81.5
86 --- 9.9 --- 68.3
78 --- 7.7 --- 53.1
71 --- 5.8 --- 39.8
64 --- 3.9 --- 26.5
57 --- 1.9 --- 13.3
50 --- 0.0 --- 0.0
43 --- 3.9 in Hg --- -13
36 --- 7.7 in Hg --- -26.1
29 --- 11.6 in Hg --- -39.1
21 --- 16.0 in Hg --- -54
14 --- 19.8 in Hg --- -67.1
7 ---- 23.7 in Hg --- -80.1
0 ---- 27.5 in Hg --- -93.2


HI RESOLUTION PICTURES ARE NOW AT:
http://www.untubbed.com

IGNITION MAP
http://untubbed.com/pics/displayimage.p ... m=24&pos=4


FUEL MAP
http://untubbed.com/pics/displayimage.p ... m=24&pos=3

Cheers,
Damian


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 18, 2007 11:14 am 
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Thank you very much.
I'm now using a timming map that looks like quite like yours.


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