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Old 09-04-2008, 10:38 PM   #1
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Thread of Interest for T7 self tuners

Just thought I would pass this on as it is huge news!

The T7Suite Public Beta is now available...... Once again Big thanks to Dilemma and the gang for the hard work on it.




CLICK ME TO FIND OUT MORE!!!!!
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Old 09-04-2008, 10:50 PM   #2
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Yea, Dilemma really put some great effort into these programs. t7 has many more maps than t5, but if a person wants to put the time in, the tuning can be done. There are a lot more safety maps and maps that will pull back the airmass, but with time, they can be figured out.

I would say tune with an air of caution since t7 does not have that tuning cusion that t5 has and that means you can damage a t7 motor much easier than a t5 motor.

I got a real warning from a pro tuner about the number of blown motors they had and how its important to be very carefull and bring things up slowly and make sure you are monitoring air fuel and egt and be on the look out for knock. It can take only one time for bad knock to take out a t7 piston, where you might get away with it with 5.

So, its great that t7 is out there, but I would warn people to be carefull and not just start turning things up until they fully understand how all the airmass and ignition and fuel and torque maps all inter-relate. Remember the knock fuel and knock timing maps too!

Here in Denver, even the stock t7 motors break all the time because of the higher elevation, bad gas and a questionable sw that cannot pull out enough timing for hard pulls at 10,000' going up the mountain pass.

Its great to be able to look at all this stuff and trade tunes and learn how its all done, I love this stuff, its right up my alley

Good luck to all the t7 tuners out there and now we need to get onto t8

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i can sort my running lean at last! i take it you can still up load tunes for others to look at or even use?
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Yes please.

Fucking awesome, thanks to everyone involved!
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This is awesome news. I can't wait to buy another F'n Saab.
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freakin sweet... now i need to learn how all this works and what it all means
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Awesome! Big round of applause for the ECUProject crew!
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I've been reading through the files all morning... very interesting stuff! Thanks very much to all those involved
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Did you get the "Stage 1" button fixed so it actually gives you a performance boost?
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T8?

Please!?

In the works? Feasible?

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T8?

Please!?

In the works? Feasible?

xoxo
I may have stumbled across a wiki page that may help the guys out for T8. I just have to find it again, and post it up there.
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T8?

Please!?

In the works? Feasible?

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T8 is in the works.. I am working with Dilemma and the guys on breaking down the encryption on it now.. so hang tight! It may be a little bit.
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Did you get the "Stage 1" button fixed so it actually gives you a performance boost?

It seems to work fine now on the 2 bins I have used it on.
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T8 is in the works.. I am working with Dilemma and the guys on breaking down the encryption on it now.. so hang tight! It may be a little bit.
I just got way excited.
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T8 is in the works.. I am working with Dilemma and the guys on breaking down the encryption on it now.. so hang tight! It may be a little bit.
Steve, What system controls the 2.8v6t?
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