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  • do remaps get better over time?

    As you know ive had the new map on the car since last monday, and its only several days but the car seems to be getting better and better each day i take it out, is this because its getting used to the car?
    Astra vxr mk2 with stage 1 EDS remap

  • #2
    to a certain degree yes.
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    • #3
      In a nutshell, YES.

      The ECU learns the new settings / parameters its been re - programmed with and adjusts itself.
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      • #4
        good good stuff thanks
        Astra vxr mk2 with stage 1 EDS remap

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        • #5
          Does that go for the Miltek too?

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Adski
            Does that go for the Miltek too?
            well, with the expansion and contraction of the metals,

            and taking into account the root of the mean squared of the materials in which the exhaust is manufactured,

            pressure output can be maximised with a peak ratio upheld in the length of time fitted to the car

            this can be worked out simply using the following equation

            v/R (√ps.2/rs*)/(rms*Ω⅞)

            where v is the exhaust R is the speed of the rotating shaft and Ω is the total noncense i just wrote to keep you amused for 30 seconds

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            • #7
              That was funny!!!

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              • #8
                it was longer than 30secs for me rich
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by VXRich
                  Originally posted by Adski
                  Does that go for the Miltek too?
                  well, with the expansion and contraction of the metals,

                  and taking into account the root of the mean squared of the materials in which the exhaust is manufactured,

                  pressure output can be maximised with a peak ratio upheld in the length of time fitted to the car

                  this can be worked out simply using the following equation

                  v/R (√ps.2/rs*)/(rms*Ω⅞)



                  where v is the exhaust R is the speed of the rotating shaft and Ω is the total noncense i just wrote to keep you amused for 30 seconds
                  PMSL!
                  nice one rich

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by worsy
                    it was longer than 30secs for me rich
                    Yeah me too. I didn't wanna say though incase people thought i was stupid

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Adski
                      Originally posted by worsy
                      it was longer than 30secs for me rich
                      Yeah me too. I didn't wanna say though incase people thought i was stupid
                      everyone already knows


                      hehe :wink:

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