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Your main aim in tuning a turbo is to enhance the airflow through the turbo. This applies equally well on the exhaust and intake side. Enlarging the intake channel and polishing the internal surfaces will dramatically reduce internal friction.
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Re: Tuning for a turbo ?
put pistons in it and run 10. kb motorsports has cp's for a smokin deal. 5-7 wont make you happy, trust me!!
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This is a discussion on Tuning for a turbo ? within the RZR ECU Tuning forums, part of the Technical category; So I have the idea to turbo my 2013 800. I've got a tiny Mitsubishi I believe a TD04, it came off of a dodge ...
This article details the basics of tuning a turbocharged engine running on pump fuel. You will be programming 2 different parameters here, RPM IGNITION and IGN RET/MAN PRESS. The RPM parameter has a timing slot every 250 rpm on most systems. The timing at idle is usually in the 5 to 15 degree range on most engines, 10 being a good starting point. From this point, most engines will run well if you add around 3 degrees per location, with full advance being acheived at 2500 to 3000 rpm. With SDS and most engines, you should avoid more than 30-35 degrees total timing at rpms below 2500. This is counterproductive to power, longevity can cause high current draw on F type coil packs leading to blown fuses and possible failure.