Your timing should be slightly higher than that while cruising and it should be around 16-18 at WOT with no KR. The fact that you are getting KR at 11* WOT timing is unsettling to me, but then again you have a ZZP PCM so that would explain it.
Parameter ranges vary depending on driving conditions, and there are too many conditions to just write a list. Pick a parameter to monitor for awhile, research the parameter and make a logical guess at what the range should be then compare.
ZZP isn't the greatest at box tuning PCM's, the best I can say is that as long as there is little to no KR and your LTFT is locking to +/-5 you are as good as you can get with the tune you have.
ya not to sure what's going on with overkill.. but lots of people had issues with zzp and almost any other tune would have been a better choice, but hey its your car so as long as you like it that's all that counts. glad your getting no kr
lots of people had issues with zzp and almost any other tune would have been a better choice,
Not really. I there's examples of a lot of people having tune problems from them, but you can't just say almost any other tune would be better. Sure the ots pcm might not be the greatest, but the fact is they ran and tuned some of the highest hp and fastest 3800's. So dyno tuning is another story.
I would still use dyno brian or some other options over them simply based on tune, but driving 2.5 hours to zzp from me vs 10 hours to dyno brian or intense would not be fun either. ZZP isn't bad, they just aren't the best, IMO
I ran a zzp pcm with no Kr on 93 octane and only about half a degree on 89. Not the best tune, but pretty decent
Yeah, on a NA car
I had a ZZP tune before my overkill tune, night and day difference between the two. Get proficient with tuning and then open up a ZZP tune and count how many times you have a WTF moment
I don't feel like getting into my other issues with ZZP, but my experience has been sub par. If there was another place that offered support for the 3800 like them then I would have taken my business elsewhere. Since that isn't the case, I was forced to suck it up.
Don't get me wrong, I understand the hate for ZZP, with customer service, and them just dropping the platform (which is arguable since its a dead platform these days) and all that, I was just saying their tuning isn't all that bad.
At least, on s**t they care about, such as the twin turbo gp
I just can't understand why the tuning avenues seem so limited and almost like some exclusive club that nobody dare infiltrate or embark upon. I realize I'm a noob to these cars...but,can someone explain why it seemingly remains to be uncharted territory?
If it's simply because a 10 year-old car doesn't draw much interest anymore...I'd somewhat understand.
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