Matt, this tune was being done with the ZDyne computer, and an Innovate Wideband O2. This was purely a fuel session, as i started out with the B16Fi.zdy file. The ignition maps pull out .5 degrees of timing per lb of boost, and that is perfectly fine for this setup. Mainly it was to add fuel to make up for the larger displacement of this motor.
When it goes to the dyno, i'll get a bit more playful with the ignition maps since it is much easeier to hear detonation, and you'll of course be able to easily see it on the dyno graph. Doing this on the road, there is way too much going on to be able to mess with that stuff reliably.
On this car, the fuel ratio was in the 12.8-to-13.1 range throughout the pull... much nicer compred to the 16:1~ ratio it had when we started.
You can definitely write something up, but i'd be very very careful at giving out advise for tuning... if someone blows their motor following advise because they didn't posess the knowledge to see something else being wrong, then that would not be too great.
What WOULD be of use, is a complete, step-by-step tutorial on using a program like TurboEdit, or Chrome.... i know htere is forum, but i mean like a "Tuning for Dummies" tutorial... spell everything out, step-by-step, so that way people won't be forced to sift through a few forums trying to piece it togehter.... i mena, part numbers to stuff, and where to buy, etc... everything. That way it would be freely distributable, and -anyone- can chip their own ECU with that stuff.
But as for the tuning, no, it isn't magical voo-doo, but you DO have to pay attention to things in a certain way. This isn't something that can easily be taught on a message forum. THere is a reason why there are 2-day long schools just to teach the basic stuff, and then advanced classes beyond that.
Anyhoo... i'll be glad to help where i can if you want though. Jus let me know
BY THE WAY..... dunno if anyone noticed or not, but ZDyne cut their prices nearly in HALF on the ZDyne GOLD SECU... it is now $595 instead of $950, which brings it into the realm of what it would cost to chip your own stuff... i mean, it is still more by a couple hundred dollars, but thats worth it to me to not have to constantly burn chips and crap to get a tune or just to change a rev limit... 8)