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Hey guys

I'm looking for someone that has a stage 2 map for a 04 Forester xt MT that I can work off.
Or
vf39 map for the same car
Just bought a tactrix cable and started to log, I would like to compare the maps and try to tune.
I would really appreciate the help:Banane37:
 

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Someone elses map won't help you.
 

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I would think that I can get a stage 2 map and modify it to suit my car.
Would it be less work than editing my stock map from scratch.
Something like a AP ver1 stage2 Rom.
 

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I would think that if you don't have the skill to tune from a stock map, then you shouldn't be tuning in the first place. Someone elses map isn't just a quick touchup to suit your needs. It could do nothing but frustrate you, or at worst, damage something.

That's just my opinion.
 

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Thanks for the input I'm new to opensource and tuning.

I just got a tactrix, wideband,egt and started loging and analizing data.
I'm still trying to go through the NASIOC opensource tuning guide as well as some books that i got.
It seem like a long way to go but I would love to learn and will try.
 

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Don't listen to Phil, he is an opensource hater...:evilatyou:

With that said though, he does make a good point. Don't tune if you don't know what you are doing.

But looking at other peoples work is a good place to start learning. I'd do a lot of reading up on the topic as well before you really start to mess with anything.

You can get stg2 maps at romraider.com to look at.
 
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