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Hi,

I'm getting my b16b which is throttle bodied NA ready for first start up. I have heard the map values will go a bit crazy as it's a cammed also.

Should I avoid using VE?

I have set the base fuel and ignition tables based of the Tps.

Using elite 1500

Thanks

When you say "Throttle Bodied NA", do you mean individual throtte body? If yes, Alpha-N (TPS as load axis) is the way to go.

If it's just a normal single throttle body, I would start with Speed Density (MAP Based) and depending on the idle MAP values and idle quality, I would decide if I switch to Alpha-N. It will depend how aggressive the cam is.

Yes individual throttle bodies. I've switched to tps as load axis do I still use the ve method for my fuel map or a pulse width table?

Thanks

VE would be the preferred method.

Thanks will give it a go

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