2014 Dmax ECUWEST Remap Dyno results v leading chip

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2014 Dmax ECUWEST Remap Dyno results v leading chip

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Check it out here guys, we also can do M-ux.

http://ecuwest.com.au/isuzu-d-max-ecu-remapping/
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Have you got one of the torque curve?
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Post by sucksqueezebangblow »

any graphs with boost? or EGT?

interesting to see the factory tune keeps making power right up to 3500rpm, whereas the chip and ECU tune both drop off earlier.

I can't say I'm not a fan of more power.
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How many times do you take the car post 3000rpm :?:
But yes torque graph would be interesting as well.
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freezy11 wrote:How many times do you take the car post 3000rpm :?:
But yes torque graph would be interesting as well.
Me? never, all it does is make more noise.
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Post by sucksqueezebangblow »

yeah I don't either. I'd say the turbo is reaching its limit of efficiency with the extra boost
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Post by Turkey »

Danno wrote:
freezy11 wrote:How many times do you take the car post 3000rpm :?:
But yes torque graph would be interesting as well.
Me? never, all it does is make more noise.
When do you take it past idle Dan? she still got 5k on her I take it ;-)
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Turkey wrote:
Danno wrote:
freezy11 wrote:How many times do you take the car post 3000rpm :?:
But yes torque graph would be interesting as well.
Me? never, all it does is make more noise.
When do you take it past idle Dan? she still got 5k on her I take it ;-)
I back it in and out of the shed every now and then Turkey...but not often..
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Post by bravoboy300 »

So ive been doing a bit of research into remapping, looked at ECU west and Diesel power unlimited so far. My main concern is the idea of a "road tune". I understand that one car is tuned on a dyno, then that tune is flashed into multiple cars, but no 2 cars will be exactly the same. Shouldn't each and every car be run on the dyno during the tune?
also do you have a dealer in NSW?
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Post by Hunter »

For a newbee....What is the difference between re-tuning and re-mapping or are they one and the same.

Since fitting the EGR plate the light came on a couple of times but comes on and stays on even after being cleared so I was thinking of having something done to remove it altogether..

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