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mrmut

peugeot 306 itb megasquirt

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mrmut

peugeot 306 daily driver car

M16 Engine , porting and polishing head , stock camshaft IN retard timing , ITB 45mm , homemade exhaust manifold 4in1 and exhaust system F 63.5mm , flat top pistons CR12.5 , megasquirt 1 Alpha-N :D

 Ignition map , Ve map , acceleration wizart TPS - mapping on the street 

the car behaves well on the street and can drive normally

sound on hi speed rpm is like a bike

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petert
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Looks like it's got too much total ignition timing to me. Even a std XU9J4 doesn't have more than 28 degrees. Have you confirmed this on the dyno?

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mrmut

It might be a lot  total ignition timing , I need to check the dino , on the street is behaving well without a knock

I'll try it with a lower total ignition time , but I would have kept on the slogan ,,more ignition advance more power,, 

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wicked

Did you check with an ignition strobe light that 10 degrees of advance according to the megasquirt is really 10 degrees? 

Otherwise it may look more advanced than it really is... 

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mrmut

Yes, it's a shame

 

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opticaltrigger
12 hours ago, mrmut said:

I'll try it with a lower total ignition time , but I would have kept on the slogan ,,more ignition advance more power,,

Hi Dejan, 

To much ignition lead can very easily result in much, much less power even before you see knock.

As Wicked said, double check with a strobe light...

 

All the best,

O.T.

 

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petert
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I run 23 degrees total on mine, with 12:1, 98 ron.

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mrmut

I changed the ignition map but the also changed the fuel map

this is how I think it's moving better :rolleyes:

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