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Base Map - Low Boost Lynx Kit On Omex


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j_turnell

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Does anyone have a map for a low boost lynx setup on Omex 600? Just needed to get up and running before mapping. 

 

cheers, James



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welshpug

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bung the stock injectors in and disconnect the boost pipes and it'll run on your old map, probably need some fuel pulling out.

highly unlikely you'll find a non magnetti map for low boost or high boost.

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j_turnell

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I know it's a long shot. Would be nice to drive it over to get mapped rather than having it trailered.

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Liam

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ring omex they will send you something to get it running



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welshpug

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I wouldn't drive it even if you found a map tbh, not worth the risk.

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Miles

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Omex only having working maps, You'll be surprised what can run what, Had a 1.6 8v on bodies running on a 200bhp 16v map last week, mid range was fine but after 5 is went flat, LOL

 

The std base map from a 16v should get it running with std injectors as WP said



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Tom Fenton

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NA stuff will just go lean and not likely to cause much issue. Anything forced induction if it goes lean on boost its bye bye pistons. Get it running then transport it for setting up. Compared to the overall cost it's not a lot of cash to have it taken to the mapper.

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j_turnell

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I would only drive it if I can get a map for a charged gti-6 and pootle over there as its not far. I will speak to NM and see if they have mapped one before, if not then I'll sort a trailer out when the time comes.