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I see a few people have Adaptonic ECU's now and although I believe there is a good manual, it would be potentially useful if we could have a thread which includes mx5 specific tips, and maybe base maps or settings to get other mx5's started. This could also be expanded maybe to cover any other ecu's people are running?
 

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1. When you are checking the triggering, disable the fuel and spark. Also worth disconnecting the coilpack, especially on mk1.

2. Always be richer than you think. First time start is easier to with 100% too much fuel than its is with 20% too little.
 

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1. When you are checking the triggering, disable the fuel and spark. Also worth disconnecting the coilpack, especially on mk1.

2. Always be richer than you think. First time start is easier to with 100% too much fuel than its is with 20% too little.
Keep 'em coming.

Anyone have a link to a base map or can anyone offer to send one if contacted by PM?
 

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1. When you are checking the triggering, disable the fuel and spark. Also worth disconnecting the coilpack, especially on mk1.

2. Always be richer than you think. First time start is easier to with 100% too much fuel than its is with 20% too little.
Keep 'em coming.

Anyone have a link to a base map or can anyone offer to send one if contacted by PM?
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have a look at this John ve tuning it doesn't take long to get a rough tune using the rapid learning mode
 

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1. When you are checking the triggering, disable the fuel and spark. Also worth disconnecting the coilpack, especially on mk1.

2. Always be richer than you think. First time start is easier to with 100% too much fuel than its is with 20% too little.
Keep 'em coming.

Anyone have a link to a base map or can anyone offer to send one if contacted by PM?
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have a look at this John ve tuning it doesn't take long to get a rough tune using the rapid learning mode

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Wow nice link, that seems really easy, is it really as simple as entering engine and injector size, what about temperatures for cold start etc does it sort all that stuff out for you?
 

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I believe that if you go to the Adaptronic site download area there are a couple of maps/settings you can download for the NA mx5.
Quite right, in the download page of http://www.adaptronic.co.uk/ there are a couple for std and turbo'd to get you started.
 

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I'd think that there are alot of general tuning tips you could get from any standalone owner.

Miataturbo.net is a good place to start with install questions, they have an adaptronic forum and it's obviously specific to our cars.
 

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Wow great link, didn't know about that. Looks like a adaptronic rep posts answers on there too
 

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