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Old 04-28-2010, 07:26 AM   #1
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Stragety Flash 9415 settings

About 2 years or so ago i bought one of these and never did anything with but put the pre-loaded tune it had on my SVT, and now i was just wondering if i could tweak the extra settings, like the spark and WOT fuel% increase, since i have installed a few engine of bolt ons since then.

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Taylor wire with copper core plugs ( sp463? )

and just the tune that came on the SF 9415 for the SVT focus.


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You would need to be on a dyno to do the timing , the fuel can be set to a safe 13.0 if you have a wide band air fuel gauge installed , there are a log of other things that need to be set as well

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Old 04-28-2010, 07:57 AM   #3
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on this tuner it just goes in percentage richer , so puting it to 13%, would that be the same thing? For the WOT fuel % setting
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If you have to add 13% something is wrong , Do you have a wide band ?

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no i do not
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You are going to want a wideband if you are going to be making changes.

Wide band 02 is a MUST have
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no i do not
If you do not have a wide band , I sure wouldnt be messing with any changes to the xcal

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