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Me78569

Quadzilla V2 Custom Tunes

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I feel that it is time to start building a list of tunes that we all use.

 

Please learn what each tuning variable does.  There V2 tuning article covers everything in depth along with a video explaining each item.

 

Update 1/15/17 V2.2 tunes should include timing maxes for various RPM's and fuel load timing

 

Copy this into your post and fill out the info

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Power Levels:

 

Timing

Fuel Load Timing:

Low PSI Timing Reduct:

Timing Reduct Scaling:

Light Throttle Timing Adv:

Light Throttle Timing Load Limit:

 

Timing vs rpm

1500:

2000:

2500:

3000:

Timing Max:
 

Wiretap

Pump Stretch:

TPS Pump max:

TPS Pump Min

Minimum Pump Tap Fueling Percentage:

Pump Low Boost Scale PSI

 

Boost Scaling:

 

RPM Limit:

 

Power Reduction:

 

0 PSI %:

1 PSI %:

2 PSI %:

3 PSI %:

4 PSI %:

5 PSI %:

6 PSI %:

7 PSI %:

8 PSI %:

9 PSI %:

10 PSI %:

11 PSI %:

12 PSI %:

13 PSI %:

14 PSI %:

15 PSI %:

16 PSI %:

18 PSI %:

20 PSI %:

22 PSI %:

24 PSI %:

26 PSI %:

28 PSI %:

30 PSI %:

 

My Mods

7 x.009 DFI injectors, he351ve arduino controller

 

 

My Tunes

DD:

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Power Levels: 6

 

Fuel Load Timing: 2

Low PSI Timing Reduct: 2

Timing Reduct Scaling: 100

Light Throttle Timing Adv:2

Light Throttle Timing Load Limit: 30

 

Timing vs rpm

1500: 16

2000: 18

2500: 23

3000: 25

Timing Max: 26

 

Fuel Stretch: 1700

TPS Pump max: 100

TPS Pump Min 20

Minimum Pump Tap Fueling Percentage:0

Pump Low Boost Scale PSI: 8

 

Boost Scaling: 40

 

RPM Limit: 3500

 

Power Reduction: 15 

 

0 PSI %:84

1 PSI %:84

2 PSI %:85

3 PSI %:86

4 PSI %:87

5 PSI %:88

6 PSI %:89

7 PSI %:90

8 PSI %:92

9 PSI %:94

10 PSI %:96

11 PSI %:98

12 PSI %:100

13 PSI %:104

14 PSI %:108

15 PSI %:112

16 PSI %:116

17 PSI %:120

18 PSI %:124

20 PSI %:128

22 PSI %:132

24 PSI %:136

26 PSI %:138

28 PSI %:138

30 PSI %:138

 

Tow:

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Power Levels: 6

 

Fuel Load Timing: 1

Low PSI Timing Reduct: 2

Timing Reduct Scaling: 100

Light Throttle Timing Adv:2

Light Throttle Timing Load Limit: 30

 

Timing vs rpm

1500: 16

2000: 19

2500: 24

3000: 26

Timing Max: 27

 

Fuel Stretch: 1400

TPS Pump max: 100

TPS Pump Min 20

Minimum Pump Tap Fueling Percentage:15

Pump Low Boost Scale PSI: 5

 

Boost Scaling: 40

 

RPM Limit: 3300

 

Power Reduction: 15 

 

0 PSI %:92

1 PSI %:92

2 PSI %:94

3 PSI %:96

4 PSI %:96

5 PSI %95

6 PSI %:95

7 PSI %:96

8 PSI %:97

9 PSI %:98

10 PSI %:99

11 PSI %:100

12 PSI %:102

13 PSI %:104

14 PSI %:108

15 PSI %:112

16 PSI %:116

17 PSI %:120

18 PSI %:124

20 PSI %:128

22 PSI %:132

24 PSI %:136

26 PSI %:138

28 PSI %:138

30 PSI %:138

 

Race:

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Power Levels: 6

 

Timing Limit: 

Timing Scaling:80

Low PSI Timing Reduct: 3

Timing Reduct Scaling:100

Light Throttle Timing Adv:2

Light Throttle Timing Load Limit: 30

 

Fuel Stretch: 1800

TPS Pump max: 100

TPS Pump Min 20

Minimum Pump Tap Fueling Percentage:10

Pump Low Boost Scale PSI: 5

 

Boost Scaling: 40

 

RPM Limit: 3700

 

Power Reduction: 15 

 

0 PSI %:94

1 PSI %:94

2 PSI %:95

3 PSI %:96

4 PSI %:97

5 PSI %:98

6 PSI %:99

7 PSI %:100

8 PSI %:102

9 PSI %:104

10 PSI %:106

11 PSI %:108

12 PSI %:110

13 PSI %:112

14 PSI %:114

15 PSI %:116

16 PSI %:118

17 PSI %:122

18 PSI %:126

20 PSI %:130

22 PSI %:134

24 PSI %:138

26 PSI %:138

28 PSI %:138

30 PSI %:138

 

 

@Carbur8tr For your towing tune.

 

lvl's I like 6 because I don't like having to push the plus button 1000 times.  but you can set this to whatever you like

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Power Levels: 6

 

Fuel Load Timing: 2

Low PSI Timing Reduct: 2

Timing Reduct Scaling: 100

Light Throttle Timing Adv:2

Light Throttle Timing Load Limit: 30

 

Timing vs rpm

1500: 16

2000: 18

2500: 23

3000: 25

Timing Max: 26

 

TPS Pump max: 100

TPS Pump Min 20

Minimum Pump Tap Fueling Percentage:15

Pump Low Boost Scale PSI: 0

 

Boost Scaling: 40

 

RPM Limit: 3300

 

Power Reduction: 15 

 

0 PSI %:94

1 PSI %:94

2 PSI %:95

3 PSI %:96

4 PSI %:97

5 PSI %:98

6 PSI %:99

7 PSI %:100

8 PSI %:102

9 PSI %:104

10 PSI %:106

11 PSI %:108

12 PSI %:110

13 PSI %:112

14 PSI %:114

15 PSI %:116

16 PSI %:118

17 PSI %:122

18 PSI %:126

20 PSI %:130

22 PSI %:134

24 PSI %:138

26 PSI %:138

28 PSI %:138

30 PSI %:138

 

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Looks good, the only thing I'm thinking is maybe go up a little bit on the TPS minimum to keep from using so much of the pump. It's good for the power when I need it, but otherwise would probably hurt mileage a bit since I would be using a bit more throttle while pulling.

 

Thoughts?

 

Daily drive tune low altitude:

 

Fuel Load timing: 2

Low PSI Timing Reduct: 3

Timing Reduct Scaling: 100

Light Throttle Timing Adv:3

Light Throttle Timing Load Limit: 30


 

Timing vs rpm

1500: 16

2000: 18

2500: 23

3000: 25

Timing Max: 26

 

Maximum Fuel Stretch: 1700

TPS Pump max: 100

TPS Pump Min: 20

Minimum Pump Tap Fueling Percentage:0

Pump Low Boost Scale PSI: 5

 

Boost Scaling: 35

 

RPM Limit: 3700

 

Power Reduction: 70

 

0 PSI %: 97

1 PSI %: 97

2 PSI %: 98

3 PSI %: 99

4 PSI %: 100

5 PSI %: 101

6 PSI %: 102

7 PSI %: 103

8 PSI %: 105

9 PSI %: 107

10 PSI %: 110

11 PSI %: 113

12 PSI %: 116

13 PSI %: 119

14 PSI %: 122

15 PSI %: 125

16 PSI %: 126

17 PSI %: 127 

18 PSI %: 128 

20 PSI %: 129

22 PSI %: 130

24 PSI %: 131 

26 PSI %: 132 

28 PSI %: 133

30 PSI %: 134

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@Me78569 I think it's crucial that we also put the major modifications in the post too. That was someone can find a setup close to theirs and use that to tune. Also missed the Max Fuel Stretch

 

300 hp injectors, 62/75 twins, SBDD with G56 

My DD tune. Usually doesn't come above level 2 unless I need to get moving. 

Power Levels: 11 

 

Fuel Load timing: 2

Low PSI Timing Reduct: 3

Timing Reduct Scaling: 100

Light Throttle Timing Adv:4

Light Throttle Timing Load Limit: 30

 

Timing vs rpm

1500: 16

2000: 18

2500: 23

3000: 25

Timing Max: 26

 

Maximum Fuel Stretch: 1200

TPS Pump max: 99

TPS Pump Min: 50

Minimum Pump Tap Fueling Percentage:0

Pump Low Boost Scale PSI: 25

Boost Scaling: 35

 

RPM Limit: 3700

 

Power Reduction: LOW

 

0 PSI %: 69

1 PSI %: 70

2 PSI %: 71

3 PSI %: 72

4 PSI %: 73

5 PSI %: 75

6 PSI %: 77

7 PSI %: 79

8 PSI %: 81

9 PSI %: 83

10 PSI %: 85

11 PSI %: 87

12 PSI %: 89 

13 PSI %: 91

14 PSI %: 93 

15 PSI %: 95

16 PSI %: 97

17 PSI %: 99 

18 PSI %: 100 

20 PSI %: 100

22 PSI %: 100

24 PSI %: 100 

26 PSI %: 100 

28 PSI %: 100

30 PSI %: 100

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33 minutes ago, Carbur8tr said:

Looks good, the only thing I'm thinking is maybe go up a little bit on the TPS minimum to keep from using so much of the pump. It's good for the power when I need it, but otherwise would probably hurt mileage a bit since I would be using a bit more throttle while pulling.

 

Thoughts?

I would leave wiretap TPS low as if it is too high you will feel wiretap ramp up VERY quick once it comes on.  If you are concerned about wiretap at cruise sucking down fuel just leave it on lvl 3.   I would do that regardless, but I dunno if lvl 3 is enough fuel for you or not.

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@Dieselfuture

 

here is a tune I would try

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Power Levels: 6

 

Fuel Load timing: 2

Low PSI Timing Reduct: 3

Timing Reduct Scaling: 100

Light Throttle Timing Adv:3

Light Throttle Timing Load Limit: 30


 

Timing vs rpm

1500: 16

2000: 18

2500: 23

3000: 25

Timing Max: 26

 

Fuel Stretch: 1550  ** turn this up if you need more power up top

TPS Pump max: 100

TPS Pump Min 20

Minimum Pump Tap Fueling Percentage:0

Pump Low Boost Scale PSI: 8

 

Boost Scaling: 40

 

RPM Limit: 3400

 

Power Reduction: 25 ( truck might not really idle this low)

 

0 PSI %:98

1 PSI %:98

2 PSI %:99

3 PSI %:100

4 PSI %:101

5 PSI % 102

6 PSI %:104

7 PSI %:106

8 PSI %:108

9 PSI %:110

10 PSI %:114

11 PSI %:118

12 PSI %:122

13 PSI %:124

14 PSI %:126

15 PSI %:128

16 PSI %:130

17 PSI %:132

18 PSI %:134

20 PSI %:136

22 PSI %:138

24 PSI %:140

26 PSI %:140

28 PSI %:140

30 PSI %:140

 

 

If it is lazy off the line and smoke free, try bumping your starting point by a few %

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I noticed a lot of you guys have your Pump Low Boost Scale PSI: at 0  ,is that ok

 

So much to learn but I'm loving it.

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Low boost scale give you a 0-100% of how much wiretap you want before you reach the pump low limt.  I changed it to be % rather than PSI as that was confusing.

 

If you set this at 0 it iwll give you no wiretap until you hit the psi in the setting above it, in this example 8 psi.  at 8psi you will get 1/3 of the difference between your setting, 0 in this example, and %100.  At 11 psi you will get 2/3 and 14 psi you will get 3/3

 

If you had your low limit % set to 25 then you would get 1/3 or 75% ( 100-25 = 75)

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I'm running only 6* of timing. Then my low boost scale is set for 25%. I've taken a stock tune and tweaked it to my own liking. 

 

Power Levels: 7

 

Fuel Load timing: 2

Low PSI Timing Reduct: 3

Timing Reduct Scaling: 100

Light Throttle Timing Adv:2

Light Throttle Timing Load Limit: 30


 

Timing vs rpm

1500: 16

2000: 18

2500: 23

3000: 25

Timing Max: 26

 

Fuel Stretch: 1400  ** turn this up if you need more power up top

TPS Pump max: 100

TPS Pump Min 20

Minimum Pump Tap Fueling Percentage:0

Pump Low Boost Scale PSI: 5

 

Boost Scaling: 38

 

RPM Limit: 3200

 

Power Reduction: 5 (Barely pulls at 5 MPH great security feature)

 

0 PSI %: 100

1 PSI %: 102

2 PSI %: 104

3 PSI %: 106

4 PSI %: 108

5 PSI %: 110

6 PSI %: 112

7 PSI %: 114

8 PSI %: 116

9 PSI %: 118

10 PSI %: 120

11 PSI %: 122

12 PSI %: 124

13 PSI %: 126

14 PSI %: 128

15 PSI %: 130

16 PSI %: 132

18 PSI %: 134

20 PSI %: 136

22 PSI %: 138

24 PSI %: 140

26 PSI %: 142

28 PSI %: 144

30 PSI %: 146

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Looking for some input on helping me get my quad set for better Mpg. Currently I get 13-14mpg weather I am running around town or Hwy (75-80mph could be part of my problem).

 

Power Levels: 6

 

Fuel Load timing: 2

Low PSI Timing Reduct: 3

Timing Reduct Scaling: 100

Light Throttle Timing Adv:2

Light Throttle Timing Load Limit: 30


 

Timing vs rpm

1500: 16

2000: 18

2500: 23

3000: 25

Timing Max: 26

 

Fuel Stretch: 1800

TPS Pump max: 100

TPS Pump Min 20

Minimum Pump Tap Fueling Percentage:0

Pump Low Boost Scale PSI: 9

 

Boost Scaling: 40

 

RPM Limit: 3200

 

Power Reduction: 93

 

PSI %: 93

PSI %: 93

PSI %: 95

PSI %: 96

PSI %: 97

PSI %: 98

PSI %: 99

PSI %: 100

PSI %: 101

PSI %: 103

10 PSI %: 107

11 PSI %: 111

12 PSI %: 115

13 PSI %: 116

14 PSI %: 117

15 PSI %: 119

16 PSI %: 121

18 PSI %: 124

20 PSI %: 124

22 PSI %: 124

24 PSI %: 124

26 PSI %: 124

28 PSI %: 124

30 PSI %: 124

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On 11/7/2016 at 7:03 PM, 903Dodge said:

Looking for some input on helping me get my quad set for better Mpg. Currently I get 13-14mpg weather I am running around town or Hwy (75-80mph could be part of my problem).

 

Power Levels: 6

 

Fuel Load timing: 2

Low PSI Timing Reduct: 3

Timing Reduct Scaling: 100

Light Throttle Timing Adv:2

Light Throttle Timing Load Limit: 30


 

Timing vs rpm

1500: 16

2000: 18

2500: 23

3000: 25

Timing Max: 26

 

Fuel Stretch: 1800

TPS Pump max: 100

TPS Pump Min 20

Minimum Pump Tap Fueling Percentage:0

Pump Low Boost Scale PSI: 9

 

Boost Scaling: 40

 

RPM Limit: 3200

 

Power Reduction: 93

 

PSI %: 93

PSI %: 93

PSI %: 95

PSI %: 96

PSI %: 97

PSI %: 98

PSI %: 99

PSI %: 100

PSI %: 101

PSI %: 103

10 PSI %: 107

11 PSI %: 111

12 PSI %: 115

13 PSI %: 116

14 PSI %: 117

15 PSI %: 119

16 PSI %: 121

18 PSI %: 124

20 PSI %: 124

22 PSI %: 124

24 PSI %: 124

26 PSI %: 124

28 PSI %: 124

30 PSI %: 124

You're missing the most crucial variable.... cruise timing advance. I'm not seeing it here.

 

You're also missing the timing reduct. 

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17 minutes ago, 903Dodge said:

Looking for some input on helping me get my quad set for better Mpg. Currently I get 13-14mpg weather I am running around town or Hwy (75-80mph could be part of my problem).

On your Iquad app reselect your truck, that wll load the update for the variables needed.  Once your custom tune shows the missing timing stuff I am sure your MPG will come up.

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1 hour ago, Me78569 said:

On your Iquad app reselect your truck, that wll load the update for the variables needed.  Once your custom tune shows the missing timing stuff I am sure your MPG will come up.

You are correct about the settings. I have updated them and we will see what happens

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you should see timing jump to whatever you have your setting at when mph is stable above ~40 and tps is stable between `15-40%

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7 hours ago, Me78569 said:

you should see timing jump to whatever you have your setting at when mph is stable above ~40 and tps is stable between `15-40%

Does it meter if you use cruise control, on my truck it shows 0 for tps because cruise is electronic 

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Cruise control is working for late year trucks.  Took a lot of time to get figured out but it is working.

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On 11/7/2016 at 4:21 PM, Mopar1973Man said:

I'm running only 6* of timing. Then my low boost scale is set for 25%. I've taken a stock tune and tweaked it to my own liking. 

 

Power Levels: 7

 

Fuel Load timing: 2

Low PSI Timing Reduct: 3

Timing Reduct Scaling: 100

Light Throttle Timing Adv:2

Light Throttle Timing Load Limit: 30


 

Timing vs rpm

1500: 16

2000: 18

2500: 23

3000: 25

Timing Max: 26

 

Fuel Stretch: 1400  ** turn this up if you need more power up top

TPS Pump max: 100

TPS Pump Min 20

Minimum Pump Tap Fueling Percentage:15

Pump Low Boost Scale PSI: 8

 

Boost Scaling: 38

 

RPM Limit: 3200

 

Power Reduction: 5 (Barely pulls at 5 MPH great security feature)

 

0 PSI %: 100

1 PSI %: 102

2 PSI %: 104

3 PSI %: 106

4 PSI %: 108

5 PSI %: 110

6 PSI %: 112

7 PSI %: 114

8 PSI %: 116

9 PSI %: 118

10 PSI %: 120

11 PSI %: 122

12 PSI %: 124

13 PSI %: 126

14 PSI %: 128

15 PSI %: 130

16 PSI %: 132

18 PSI %: 134

20 PSI %: 136

22 PSI %: 138

24 PSI %: 140

26 PSI %: 142

28 PSI %: 144

30 PSI %: 146

Good lord this is an aggressive curve.  How quickly does the power come in and do you haven any issues with smoke below 10 PSI?

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Just a light puff just as the wire tap hits then clears right up. I might bump the wire tap back to 10 PSI. Pulls like a mule getting on the interstate. Gotta be careful it's been known to break the tires loose getting to the top end of 3rd gear. 

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4 hours ago, Mopar1973Man said:

Just a light puff just as the wire tap hits then clears right up. I might bump the wire tap back to 10 PSI. Pulls like a mule getting on the interstate. Gotta be careful it's been known to break the tires loose getting to the top end of 3rd gear. 

:lmao: pizza cutter life 

 

I'm going to make a tune tonight up to 140% and see if I can make it smoke free. @Me78569 your wish is my command.

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31 minutes ago, TFaoro said:

:lmao: pizza cutter life 

 

I'm going to make a tune tonight up to 140% and see if I can make it smoke free. @Me78569 your wish is my command.

Hahahaha there are actually a few lines of code in the new tuning commented with Tyler's wish is my command....

 

Also really anything over 125-130% up top will max out the fueling message.  The ECM can and will ask for a fuel message of 3600.

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31 minutes ago, TFaoro said:

:lmao: pizza cutter life 

 

There is very little difference is size. 

 

Width 1.1" inches narrow, Height it's 0.04" taller. But the key feature is 235's are 23-25 pounds lighter! Only 1 rev/mile difference. Way less rotational mass.

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3 minutes ago, Me78569 said:

Hahahaha there are actually a few lines of code in the new tuning commented with Tyler's wish is my command....

 

Also really anything over 125-130% up top will max out the fueling message.  The ECM can and will ask for a fuel message of 3600.

Every now and then I have a decent idea! Glad my name is stuck somewhere haha. Got the tune made. If it's pretty clean I'll post it up. 

 

4 minutes ago, Mopar1973Man said:

 

There is very little difference is size. 

 

Width 1.1" inches narrow, Height it's 0.04" taller. But the key feature is 235's are 23-25 pounds lighter! Only 1 rev/mile difference. Way less rotational mass.

Those are right at 2" narrower than the tires I have. Wider tires do help keep the rubber stuck on the pavement. I don't break the tires loose often with 200+ more hp. 

Had to go with taller tires on mine to get the revs down. Early G56 OD ratio isn't the best IMO

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235mm = 9.25

265mm = 10.43

10.43 - 9.25 = 1.18 inch difference. Math doesn't lie...

 

235mm x 85% = 199.75mm 

265mm x 75% = 198.75mm

199.75 -198.75 = 1.00mm difference in height... Math doesn't lie...

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11 minutes ago, TFaoro said:

Those are right at 2" narrower than the tires I have

 

6 minutes ago, Mopar1973Man said:

235mm = 9.25

265mm = 10.43

10.43 - 9.25 = 1.18 inch difference. Math doesn't lie...

 

235mm x 85% = 199.75mm 

265mm x 75% = 198.75mm

199.75 -198.75 = 1.00mm difference in height... Math doesn't lie...

I've got 285's, which are 11.2205" wide.  1.96853" wider than 235's

My sidewall height is 199.5mm or 32.708" from top to bottom.  (285/70/17)

 

Yours are 31.725, assuming you have 16's.

 

Aren't the stockers 265/70/17? Can't for the life of me remember. 

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