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Whisper MAP needed

Does anyone have a MSD map for std Muzzy w/ whisper cores. I could really use one. I'm running at around 11.5 though out the throttle range.
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I would check with Todd at Hunterworks or Steve at Dasa

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Does anyone have a MSD map for std Muzzy w/ whisper cores. I could really use one. I'm running at around 11.5 though out the throttle range.
I would go in and take about 5 to 10% from all blocks in map if it is running 11.5 in all areas then recheck it



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I would go in and take about 5 to 10% from all blocks in map if it is running 11.5 in all areas then recheck it
So if the block says 0 right now, I would put a -5 to -10?. Todd do you have any Updated Maps, that are little leaner then your # 5.
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You actually should watch your air/fuel as you drive and look where the colored dot is on the screen in the MSD software as you drive and when the air/fuel drops below or above 12.5 to 13.2 then make the adjustment by changing the number. The change is made as soon as the number is changed no transfer needed

If the box has zero in it and you need leaner then you put a negative number in it.

I usually jump in increments of 5% then make more fine tuned adjustments as needed.



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How much difference in performance does it make when you go from 11.5 to 12.5 or so? I know we all bash our brains trying to get these PERFECT but I was jut wondering how much it really matters. I'm tuning my 840 still....to this day it aint perfect.

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The dyno might know the difference but your butt won't notice most likely.

The place you may notice it is leaner is faster on top end but don't want to go over 13.2 or so



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You actually should watch your air/fuel as you drive and look where the colored dot is on the screen in the MSD software as you drive and when the air/fuel drops below or above 12.5 to 13.2 then make the adjustment by changing the number. The change is made as soon as the number is changed no transfer needed

If the box has zero in it and you need leaner then you put a negative number in it.

I usually jump in increments of 5% then make more fine tuned adjustments as needed.
Thank you. I actually did 3% less across the board on your MAP 5. Pretty close. I'm going to have to drive and tune a little more. How/ do you need to adjust the MAP for both cylinders?
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Thank you. I actually did 3% less across the board on your MAP 5. Pretty close. I'm going to have to drive and tune a little more. How/ do you need to adjust the MAP for both cylinders?
You put the bung in front cylinder and tune the engine off that one then move it to the rear and if it needs a across the board change you go to settings where you change RPM and speed limter and there is a setting for cylinder trim in percent



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