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How To Set Pfc To Run Z32 Afm?


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ive got a r33 s2 and want to put my z32 afm and to have the car run , I know you have to go to settings then air flow but when I go there it says r33 normal and when I press next it goes to a list of voltages what am i supoosed to do the set it up run a z32 i havnt been able find my answer searching or on pauls faq

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its in the FAQ - select VG30 AFM From the menu - the VG30 is the engine which uses the Z32 AFM

this will load the base ramp values for the Z32 - it still needs a full tune when you change AFM

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if your car is relatively stock it will be fine if u drive it steady. I put my PFC in for a bit one day for a play and just ran around off boost at lower revs and it displayed next to no knock. The base map is pretty fuely i think but as long as u drive it to your tuner (if hes not a great distance away) really lightly it should be fine. If you have any doubts just run the stock ecu till u get there or nearby and change it then

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It wont be driveable.

Yes it will!

I put a Z32 AFM in my R33 GTSt about four weeks ago, changed the PFC over to VG30 AFM, and have been driving it daily on the base PFC maps. Got a wideband Oxygen sensor and it holds around 12 when accelerating hardish, and around 14 when cruising...cruise is a bit rich for my liking...knock is always low though...

Other related mods are FMIC, 3" turbo back exhaust, pod filter, 10psi boost etc...

Going to put bigger injectors in soon, and then off for a tune... :D

Peter

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Willing to put his motor on it?

It has been tuned for the current AFM, so it wont be running hell rich like a stock map which basically couldnt kill a motor if you tried...

Most likely the tune will be close to perfect, not rich and so on. Adding in a larger AFM could spell disaster.

I think its a silly risk when it is a 15min job to change at best, i would drive to the tuner, change the AFM when you get there, rest assured you will not mince anything.

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Willing to put his motor on it?

It has been tuned for the current AFM, so it wont be running hell rich like a stock map which basically couldnt kill a motor if you tried...

Most likely the tune will be close to perfect, not rich and so on. Adding in a larger AFM could spell disaster.

I think its a silly risk when it is a 15min job to change at best, i would drive to the tuner, change the AFM when you get there, rest assured you will not mince anything.

Fair enough....my oversight...I agree....

Quick reply I must say...your like a hawk! :D

Pete

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