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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 06-15-2006, 04:02 PM Thread Starter
 
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custom mapping question!

if accelerator pump is on when a custom map is being created, will the custom map be "correct" only with the pump feature on?
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Good question. I can't directly answer your question, but I opted to not only disable the Accelerator Pump prior to my custom map the other day, but decided to completely disable it entirely.

Also, make sure the PAIR valve hose(s) is pinched for the custom mapping by the one who is doing the tuning (he/she should know this). I don't know if having it enabled is only an issue during the tuning, so I decided to completely remove it prior to my tuning.

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i guess my question is when the custom map is being made, do they turn the throttle quick enough to activate the accel pump? mine was set at 80% sensitivity... come on birdman i know you're out there!
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No makes no difference to the rest of the map, as if you think about it, the map is done at TP's and rpm. When does the pump feature work? Hope this helps.
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