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    Procharger tune HELP !!

    Hello everyone, I know more about tuning NA cars, but in BOOST tuning I know little, I've done a lot of research in other topics and the things that I found and know I will put the differences between My stock NA tune, And after installing the Procharger Tune:

    1- Installing New map sensor (2BAR)
    2- Changing the OS to 2 BAR
    3- Decreasing the Timing on the spark table 1 degree to 1 psi
    4- Increasing the VE table ( going for SD Tune)
    5- Editing the Power and Boost Enrichment Tables
    6- Installing new injectors 50lb, and editing the Injector Data (Before was 32lb injectors)

    so let me guys know if there is any problem with my tune or something is wrong


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    GM Sierra 6.0 (Forged LQ9 block, with LS3 heads)
    Vortech Procharger V2, Stock pulley 5-6 PSI
    Kooks headers
    3.5 inch magnaflow exhaust
    50lb fuel injector
    450LPH Walbro fuel pump
    Cold air intake
    AEM Fuel Pressure Regulator (return fuel style)
    few other thins..
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    Anyone can help please

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    Do you have a wideband ?

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    I'm not sure what's up with your timing tables.
    Make the high octane and the low octane tables look like the timing table below and you'll be safe at 5-6 psi.
    Are you sure that you have the correct injector data? You mentioned that you have 50 lb/hr injectors, but the flow rate in the tune is 42 lb/hr.Spark table.jpg

    You'll need a wideband to get it dialed in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brewster View Post
    Do you have a wideband ?
    Yes i have AEM 30-0300 X-Series Wideband Gauge

    Quote Originally Posted by kevin87turbot View Post
    I'm not sure what's up with your timing tables.
    Make the high octane and the low octane tables look like the timing table below and you'll be safe at 5-6 psi.
    Are you sure that you have the correct injector data? You mentioned that you have 50 lb/hr injectors, but the flow rate in the tune is 42 lb/hr.Spark table.jpg

    You'll need a wideband to get it dialed in.
    I will check the timing tables, My injector part number (12613412) flow rate 42lb/hr at 43.5 psi , I adjust my base fuel regulator at 43 psi