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Quadzilla Boost Level Fueling - CAN Bus

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Now for those of you looking to get your "Daily Tune" smoke-free as possible. So I'll say @Me78569 is right you want to set the Quadzilla to level 1 and use the valet mode to find your start fuel percentage. So keep rolling back till you can no longer see smoke from a heavy throttle launch. So once you got that figured out now you need to build a good fueling curve. Now change the Quadzilla to level 3. What I use for building curves is an exponential growth calculator. 

 

http://www.rapidtables.com/calc/math/exponential-growth-calculator.htm

 

Enter initial value (x0): Use your value from level 0.

Enter growth/decay rate (r): Use your growth rate percentage 1-4% typically.

Enter time (t): Enter Boost Pressure number here.

 

Now you want to start with your starting fuel number you got from level 0 and then use that as your starting number. I suggest a growth rate of about 2-3% typically. If you use too much growth percentage you see the smoke come on mid boost so this is a sign to back down your growth percentage. I'm not saying a full -1% but maybe try like -0.1% or -0.2%. 

 

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Keeping in mind that this process if for guys with larger than stock injectors.   With Stock injectors you can start your tune at %110 of so depending on how aggressive you want the tune.  

 

 

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3 hours ago, Me78569 said:

Keeping in mind that this process if for guys with larger than stock injectors.   With Stock injectors you can start your tune at %110 of so depending on how aggressive you want the tune.  

 

 

 

I was starting at 105% and working my way up using about a 2.5% growth rate.

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Our default that seems to match pretty well with what the older ADR2_1000 tune did starts at 105 and grows exponentially from there. (kind of a guess of the exponents) but here are the settings we are putting out there for default stock trucks that nearly match the ADR2_1000 feel:

 

 

0 PSI %: 105

1 PSI %: 107

2 PSI %: 109

3 PSI %: 111

4 PSI %: 113

5 PSI %: 115

6 PSI %: 118

7 PSI %:  121

8 PSI %: 124

9 PSI %: 127

10 PSI %: 130

11 PSI %: 134

12 PSI %: 138

13 PSI %: 142

14 PSI %: 146

15 PSI %: 150

16 PSI %: 150

18 PSI %: 150

20 PSI %: 150

22 PSI %: 150

24 PSI %: 150

26 PSI %: 150

28 PSI %: 150

30 PSI %: 150

 

 

 

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