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Discussion in 'Mazdaspeed 6 Build Diaries' started by davychronic, Aug 28, 2016.

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    Will it work with the speed perf6rmanc3 plug and play harness?


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    No idea what their harness looks like, but I wouldn't see why not
     
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    Controlling boost in VT is not bad but your goal is to do a load based tune so you will generally not hit the same boost just close to it. The ecu will adjust boost based on the load you are looking to hit. Tuning in VT goes, MafCal , Hit Load Targets / Adjust WGDC, More MafCal, Set Timing "simplified tuning lol"
     
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    Yea im just used to setting wgdc and it generally stays around there. In vt it is like 10 higher than what i set it. I have all my load targets set at 1.7 and im achieving 1.65 generally sometimes 1.8. I just need to dig into how much it lets it stray away from the wgdc and get that closer to 0.
     
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    WGDC is generally set to -100 and +20 so that the ECU can adjust to meet your load requirements with weather and temp changes. You can adjust these if you want but they are safety features and handy for hitting the same power no matter what the climate is like.

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    Its on sticky summer tires so i dont drive it in temps below 45-50. So no need for protection from winter.
     
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    Nothing new is really going on with the 6. Its kind of sitting in line behind a couple other projects i have going on. I bought an f250 so right now im trying to get my tundra all cleaned up and hopefully have that sold this next week. Then i have another quick project to finish then its harvest and i wont get shit done on the mazda til maybe mid november. I need to run out the e50 and put 91 in it since its going to be sitting a little while. Im going to start with working on the ls coils. Im going to try and spend any little free time i have to get a solid coil mount setup going.
     
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