MAP ECU usually doesnt affect throttle response, unless the map is way off... and the 550cc map should not be that far off. Get it tuned with a wideband A/F meter to see.freshjive1682 said:I cant find that map anywhere. Just the problem I am having is poor throttle response at low throttle and full throttle.
MTR said:I have been getting a bunch of emails and PMs asking for my map. So I am going to post it here for easy access. I created this map for my PT63 with .68 hotside car (very similar to stock twins in TTC), with a stock rev limiter (6800), stock 550 cc injectors, and sea level. But, if you blow up your car with my map I am not responsible so use at your own risk.
PT63 MAP ECU
Hi Scott, please dont take my reply in the wrong way, but this frustration is what caused us to discontinue MAP ECU sales in the first place. All of your questions are answered in previous posts in this forum, if you'll do a search you can find 1000s of MAP ECU answers.BWsupra97 said:not trying to hijack your thread but i just installed my map ecu, but was only able to put in the base map because the shops dyno broke before i could get on the dyno... with the base map when i go WOT my afr are a dangerous 12.6-13.2 at 18 psi...i only floored it once because i was curious and as soon as i saw that i stopped...they asked me to go back next wed. but i need to drive the car before then...is it bad if i just cruise with the settings its at now? around 14.7-15.3 when cruising... also the car runs like crap because they werent able to fine tune anything...the map ecu kept disconnecting from the computer...has anyone else ever had issues like that? the computer is brand new and has the right port...my tuner uses if all the time.