AFC NEO Tune

Autocross, Drag Racing, Road & Track, and general Tuning.
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ScottyC
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by ScottyC » Thu Aug 14, 2008 1:47 pm
i have the AFC Neo air fuel managment.. i was wondering what is a good setting to have for my car right now... when i installed my full exhaust and intake. it needed to be redone...any tips or idea what to set it up as...keep it simplified im not the smartest at the comp raquit

 

viperssaturn
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by viperssaturn » Thu Aug 14, 2008 6:56 pm
Every car is going to be different. Also, you are extremely far away from us so the weather and all that is different and plays a part for sure. You need to find a speed shop there that can tune your car for you.

 

Slayer
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by Slayer » Thu Aug 14, 2008 9:07 pm
yes, not just weather, but the altatude in paradise, arent you liek 50 feet above sea level? if i recal correctly, when i drove down to St Johns Harbour you were just up the hill correct?

you'll definalty have different settings than anyone aroudn here higher you go, thinner the air
so no street racnig in the Rockies out west hahaha

 

coppertop_01
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by coppertop_01 » Thu Aug 14, 2008 10:05 pm
might be a good idea to install a wideband O2 sensor before you do too much tuning, without knowledge of your car is running, you can do some serious damage.

Jer

 

Viperoni
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by Viperoni » Thu Aug 14, 2008 10:50 pm
Don't cut more than 10%, you should be alright as a baseline.

Anymore and you really should get a WB02 sensor.

 

ScottyC
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by ScottyC » Sun Aug 17, 2008 2:18 pm
anyone know where i can find the factory fuel trim for me car

 

coppertop_01
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by coppertop_01 » Sun Aug 17, 2008 7:23 pm
You keep asking...........Nobody has the stock settings for a Saturn tune, GM has never released the information on stock tunes, and only one person that I have ever heard of has been able to crack a saturn tune, and reflash a ECU.

Again, the only way to tune a saturn is with a wideband O2 and a AFC, or even better would be a stand alone fuel management system. Unfortunately nobody can give you AFC values, because all cars are different, and what may work on one car, might not work on your car. Well they can give you their values, both viperoni and viperssaturn have AFC's on their cars, but both are different years, with different mods.

Jer

 

sc2_projekt_97
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by sc2_projekt_97 » Wed Aug 20, 2008 5:16 am
even with two cars that has the same exact mods AFR settings will differ on both cars. what is perfect for one may cause the other to go lean or rich and vise versa. so get your own wbo2 and tune away!

 

ScottyC
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by ScottyC » Wed Aug 20, 2008 7:03 am
yes i dont wanna know youir guys set ups i was wondering the factory fuel trim the trim that thay were coming straight of the manugfacturing line...... jesus this crowd here is so hostile

 

sc2_projekt_97
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by sc2_projekt_97 » Thu Aug 21, 2008 11:35 am
coppertop_01 wrote:You keep asking...........Nobody has the stock settings for a Saturn tune, GM has never released the information on stock tunes,
Jer



well there is your answer
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