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SRT10 Gen 4 WOT Timing advance

Discussion in 'SRT10 and SRT10 Coupe Discussions' started by Getnlwr, Nov 27, 2013.

  1. Getnlwr

    Getnlwr Viper Owner

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    Hey Guys, Looking for some info. If anyone who has a Gen 4 with the Mopar ECU, and has a data logger, I am trying to find out how much (if any) the timing was advanced on the upgrade "race" ECU compared to the stock ECU. The use of 93oct Fuel has me assuming that it's advanced a small amount. I'm just trying to figure out by how much. Thank you.
     
  2. Magnus_

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    For reference, here is the stock table:

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    There are many MANY things in the Gen4 that pull timing and richen up the mixture under load though.
     
  3. Getnlwr

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    Damn! Thank you. Any idea where to get one for the performance ECU?
     
  4. Steve M

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    So you guys can pull the tunes and look at them with HPT? That's pretty cool...
     
  5. Magnus_

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    And change them...

    Maybe I'll call this Project Burrito Warmer.
     
  6. Steve M

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    Well it just so happens that I have a frozen burrito...
     
  7. Magnus_

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    2008-2010 burritos will fit into this warmer.
     
  8. Steve M

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    Projected release date? This burrito has been in the freezer a while....
     
  9. Magnus_

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    I'm hoping January, 2014.
     
  10. Steve M

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    You, good sir, rock.
     
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    Found any throttle response related tables in there for the throttle bodies?
     
  12. Getnlwr

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    I'm investigating nitrous and the WOT issues as well. I need more info to make sure I am doing this right. There are a few guys who have done it. I am just being over cautious about this as the idea of rebuilding a rather expensive motor isn't #1 in my list.
     
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    LOL :headbang:

    Bad ass, about time!

    wonder how much of a jump it is to tune the Gen 5 now?

    :D
     
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    Please keep me informed on this pleassssssssssse!
     

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