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    Eurodyne Tuning Software - Purchased

    I couln't wait for the COBB 996 Turbo S software so to amuse myself and get some nitty gritty testing experience I bought the Porsche 996 Turbo Eurodyne Maestro 7 Tuning Suite.

    http://www.eurodyne.ca/shop/porsche/...r-porsche-996/

    The car currently has a tune which we thought was GIAC but it appears from my emails and phone calls with them seems to have been overwritten by a higher boost tune that is too strong for my fueling system currently and/or I have boost leak/s [see below AFRs and boost charts off a 3rd gear pull]

    My plan is to get everything dynoed here in NY then take it all from there. The car pulls very hard above 3500 rpm but runs very rich 3500-4500 rpm before levelling more normal and safe AFRs at 4600-7000 rpm

    On one pull I hit overboost near 1.45 bars and 7300 rpm (which came up on the dash as an over-rev warning). The car is lightning quick once it gets going but feels a little sluggish when it runs rich on that 3500-4500 rpm band.

    The Eurodyne software ships from Ottawa, CAN in about a week and comes with some very basic operating instructions and some youtube videos which people have done. I must say the data is NOT GREAT at all, but being an engineer my now useless degree may come in useful for something !

    I will try as best as I can as a newbie to post the install, mods and updates as I can. There is NOT a lot of information out there on Eurodyne for Porsche but I know USP and a few others use it for their "tuning".

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    2005 Porsche 996 TTS RWD - Eurodyne 60-130 in 6.50s
    2015 Audi A3 2.0 TFSI - Eurodyne 0 - 100 in 10.67s
    2015 McLaren 650S (RHD) - UK - 1/3rd owner yet to drive


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    Will you be able to read and tweak your current tune with this package? I thought most tunes disabled readouts?
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    I am going to start this Tuesday so will update as I go along.... I have a fair idea of Durametric what the old tune is doing (or trying to do), so will advise as I get into it

    When it comes to TURBOs I am just learning (quickly)
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    i have eurodyne whit my 996tt to send me a private message if you wanna share

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    Read ECU - Email to Eurodyne Canada

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    2005 Porsche 996 TTS RWD - Eurodyne 60-130 in 6.50s
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    This is so cool but please be careful. It's awesome you can play with it yourself but you don't want to take some parameters too far.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    This is so cool but please be careful. It's awesome you can play with it yourself but you don't want to take some parameters too far.

    I WILL NOT take parameters too far but I think my current TUNE is probably too aggressive given the current mods... I am yet to get anything back from Eurodyne on my ECO flash and/or indeed my other emails and enquiries !

    The 1.3-1.4 bar runs were in 4th gear wth the existing tune and at over 6600 rpm I got some overboost spikes as well and on th latest Durametric tests I still get very rich AFRs
    2005 Porsche 996 TTS RWD - Eurodyne 60-130 in 6.50s
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    i run 1.5bar all day stock engine with afr 11.0 -11.9 or lamda 0.75-0.81 very rich so better for safety you should do some datalogging before playing with timing and chek for knock
    dont overrev it pass 7K rpm cuz you put stress on stock rod

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by schwarz996 Click here to enlarge
    i run 1.5bar all day stock engine with afr 11.0 -11.9 or lamda 0.75-0.81 very rich so better for safety you should do some datalogging before playing with timing and chek for knock
    dont overrev it pass 7K rpm cuz you put stress on stock rod

    Thx, I appreciate your advice, everyone telling me I have fueling problems but the car runs like a beast and even better at higher rpms 5000-6300... I will not go over 6600 in future

    I have seen other tunes very rich as well

    My Lambdas are as low as 0.73 at 3600 rpm, 0.75 at about 4000 rpm up to 11 at 4500 to 11.8 at 6000 rpm
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    I am a dufus,

    Chris Tapp at Eurodyne responded last night, they have a full 4 day break for Easter like the rest of the world not named USA
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Group.america Click here to enlarge
    I am a dufus,

    Chris Tapp at Eurodyne responded last night, they have a full 4 day break for Easter like the rest of the world not named USA
    Just had 5days of easter here in Stockholm Click here to enlarge
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    USA apparently is NOT a Christian country... separation of Church and State and all you know
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    Okay, I did many runs today using the Eurodyne logging data off the Eurodyne flash.... think of this as a better and more advanced version of Durametric... it is really nice to have.........



    I just did some logs using my new Eurodyne software and my old ECU tune

    The great news is the Eurodyne logging stuff is brilliant and it measures what the ECU tune wants to do and what the car is actually doing (Lambda comparisons in real time)...

    The really dumb thing is whoever tuned my car deliberately runs EXTREMELY rich Lambdas of 0.74-0.80 and then in actual running the car's ECU lowers them a teensy bit more.....

    The trouble with this is the car then tries to make up for this by pulling timing and asking for more fuel than the 100% maximum the injectors can handle (ie more fule less air)...... so my problem may just be the dumb $#@!ing tune and not boost leaks, injectors etc.....

    So after getting my dyno done on Friday, I will either add the recommended Eurodyne flash they are going to send me or get a pro-tune and take it from there

    Nice advice on this forum has really helped me here
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    awesome and subscribe !cant wait to see more from your dyno friday

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    Same want to see the dyno.

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    Dyno will be before the Eurodyne stuff is added..... will update afterwards
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Group.america Click here to enlarge
    Dyno will be before the Eurodyne stuff is added..... will update afterwards
    Question (maybe dumb) but your low AFRs, you dont think you are running a E85 tune?
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    Not a dumb question, but no-one can tell me

    I asked AWE Tuning who did the 2010 mods, no idea, asked GIAC who tuned originally = no idea, the 3 Porsche dealers who worked on the car previously no idea....


    Dealer I bought it from sold it for the previous owner, now overseas, no-one knows where he is.. but t

    The dealer was filling it up with 93 octane

    The carfax shows no fueling changes, nor the Autocheck etc

    I don't even know if it has billets or pure stock K24's

    But with a tune, exhaust, K24s and vflow intake it shouldnt be hitting and holding 1.25 bars. so I dunno

    Kind of worried about letting it rip above 6000 rpm on a dyno now

    I do know it WANTS more gas above 4000 rpm and pulls timing and the injection time and cycle indicates an Injection DC >> 120%

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    I would bet you have K24's. I highly, highly doubt you have any turbo modifications. Billet K24's are enough to push your stock rods too far.

    Take it to a dyno where the operator knows what he is doing and understand what to do if it goes lean.

    Additionally, if you are worried, use race gas on the dyno for added protection.

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    TY will do
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    Eurodyne 3rd Gear .pdf


    This is the fueling DC% chart I did today... sorry cannot get in picture format from this computer
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by xbox_fan Click here to enlarge
    Question (maybe dumb) but your low AFRs, you dont think you are running a E85 tune?

    If this had a RACE GAS tune would the AFRs show up like this... they would be lean if I was using only 93 octane ?
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    Your tune targets lambda at around 0.74-0.78 but then your ECU goes bananas and start compensating making things worse, right?

    This is from a Honda AFR chart for E85 vs Gas lambda targets:
    0.730 7.125 10.731 @ Max Power Multi Turbo
    0.740 7.222 10.878
    0.750 7.320 11.025 @ Supercharged/Turbo
    0.760 7.418 11.172
    0.770 7.515 11.319 @ Max Power NA
    0.780 7.613 11.466
    0.790 7.710 11.613
    0.800 7.808 11.760 @ Consistant Race

    Your tune seems to be targeting E85 AFRs?, maybe you should try E85 and do some careful logging?

    Todd at Protomotive told me when I asked about what to do on a E85 tune with only normal fuel, that its ok as long as one doesnt go WOT.

    Maybe you should contact him with your logs and ask?

    Maybe your tune is fine but you are just running the wrong fuel?
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