Gen II standard engine in Race car

Discussion in 'Gen II Busa Information' started by rustysprocket, Apr 3, 2011.

  1. rustysprocket

    rustysprocket Registered

    I'm after an Engine MAP or advice about a reliable MAP for a standard Gen II engine in a LeMans type chassis/body work race car.
    It has a 4 into 1 ceramic coated header exiting via can through the body next to the engine. It has a large air ram above the bodywork.
    It uses standard 98 octane Australian fuel (BP Ultimate).
    The Gross weight with driver is 530kg.

    An emphasis on reliability over maximum performance is vital.

    Can the Ecu editor auto tune facility generate a suitable MAP? Is this done while driving?
    What type of switch do I need to allow for the use of the 3 standard MAP setting as on the bike- wet, sport, race?

    Are there any MAPS available to download for Australian bikes?

    Is it possible to find out about the engine numbers and the year of manufacture etc?

  2. smithabusa

    smithabusa Site Sponsor

    You don't want an Internet map for this, you need to tune your engine in your car in the type of driving you do for best performance. You could use the ecu editors auto tune feature after collecting some data, it doesn't adjust live, collect data, then go back and it makes tuning adjustment for you.
  3. rustysprocket

    rustysprocket Registered

    Thanks, I'll give it a go when the ecu harness gets here.
    Any idea's about the engine number system?

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