Outback XT

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Outback XT

Postby o313 » Thu Apr 17, 2008 10:38 pm

This is my first go around and I would like some input. this is the ROM info:

USDM OB XT 05 auto
Internal ID:A2WC511R
FlashMethod:sti05
MemoryModel:SH7058
ChecksumModule: subarudbw
Inherits:A2WC510C

I have been lurking about the forums and had heard a few things like using the STI throttle maps etc.... Where do we "get" the maps and what years are compatible? Is my ECU version an older one?

Is there a basic map reading section?
Target Boost A
Target Boost B
Why the two maps?

What is generally considered MAX boost on a stock motor?

Thanks ahead of time for such an amazing group of people!
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anybody?

Postby o313 » Mon Apr 28, 2008 6:45 am

Come on there has to be some experts out there to answer a few questions.
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Postby AlGontsov » Fri Dec 12, 2008 12:12 pm

It's may be similar to high and low octane maps, you can make it the same :)
Try to make smooth changes from stock values at the low rpm and load to 2.0-2.2 boost, up to 80-90% wastegate duty, decrease AFR on 1,5-1 at middle and high load areas, add timng up to 10-12 degrees in same areas. And next get the time to drive and look to the logs, corrrect the knocks, e.g. temperature, etc.
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A Big Thanks!

Postby o313 » Fri Dec 12, 2008 12:23 pm

AlGontsov wrote:It's may be similar to high and low octane maps, you can make it the same :)
Try to make smooth changes from stock values at the low rpm and load to 2.0-2.2 boost, up to 80-90% wastegate duty, decrease AFR on 1,5-1 at middle and high load areas, add timng up to 10-12...4-6 degrees in same areas. And next get the time to drive and look to the logs, corrrect the knocks, e.g. temperature, etc.


Thats what I was wondering, Thanks for the initial starting point.
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