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Default New to tuning. Looking for log read and useful threads to read. - 07-27-2022, 07:08 PM

Hello all,

I was hoping for a log read to see if there are any issues to be corrected.
ing2-6 look a little high, and I recently tried to modify the boost by gear to stop the tire spin during launch with no luck.
I am doing all I can to absorb as much information as possible. So any links to further reading about how to adjust tuning and what not to touch would be fantastic.

Here is my set-up
Kia Stinger - 2020 - RWD. - 3.3. - 93 Octane
Map2- 0-120mph pull in Sport mode - I let the transmission shift itself. No launch control as the tires spin way too much

HKS Sparkplugs gapped at 0.22
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Thanks everyone! Happy to be apart of the community.

Edit: I just realized, this was done in Map0. I will redo this tonight in Map2 and post the log read out. Sorry about that.

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Default 07-28-2022, 02:09 PM

Start here by downloading the software and open up the csv. JB4tech.com - International Turbo Tuning Discussion - View Single Post - JB4 laptop connection directions
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Default 07-29-2022, 07:13 AM

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Default 07-29-2022, 12:27 PM

Yeah, I removed the old log as it was done in Map0 by accident. Please see the attached log! Thank you both.
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Default 08-03-2022, 07:23 PM

Hey Terry, AWDGT2

Sorry for the confusion. I have attached my map1 0-120 in this post and my map2 is in my previous reply.

Any pointers on what I could fix is greatly appreciated.

Thank you both.
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Overall, not bad, except some higher-than-expected timing deviations. Shown on the graph above the 0 line. With HKS and 93, Map1 should look cleaner. Who gapped and installed the plugs? If you're confident in that install, then I would do an ECU reset by disconnecting the battery. If the deviations come back, you need to look at the quality of the gas.
I would also take DWP down to 0 until this is sorted.
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Default 08-05-2022, 02:35 PM

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Overall, not bad, except some higher-than-expected timing deviations. Shown on the graph above the 0 line. With HKS and 93, Map1 should look cleaner. Who gapped and installed the plugs? If you're confident in that install, then I would do an ECU reset by disconnecting the battery. If the deviations come back, you need to look at the quality of the gas.
I would also take DWP down to 0 until this is sorted.
Thanks for the review AWDGT2. I did the gapping and install myself, which makes me a little less confident. Any recommendations on the gap? I am using BMS spark plug gapping tools and shims.

I will take DWP down to zero and reset.

Thanks again man!
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Default 08-08-2022, 02:37 AM

.022-.026 is fine, anything smaller and you will have idling issues, any larger during WOT the additional boost can interfere with the ignition spark.

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