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sen2two
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Breakpoints

I originally built my load breakpoints ending at 21psi. Since I was only planning to run 17-18psi max. I have now realised I may need to go over 21psi.

So, what happens if I leave the breakpoints where they are and I boost past 21psi? Does everything stay where it was at 21psi?

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The system holds the values

The system holds the values from the last breakpoint.  

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So it would be wise to change

So it would be wise to change my breakpoints to 25psi or whatever may be needed in my case.

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That would be my suggestion

That would be my suggestion but it's kind of involved on a Series 1.  If you use AEMTuner which is for the Series 2 with your Series 1, it'll actually auto-rescale everything for you.  Otherwise trying to do with with AEMPro is kind of a pain.

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BTW here's a thread from our

BTW here's a thread from our old forum that might be a handy reference for what you're doing plus some other stuff.

Boost Compensation tuning explained (again) MicroSecBit too.pdf

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Thanks for the link. But I do

Thanks for the link. But I do not use boost comp for tuning. I prefer to tune cell be cell. I always get better results this way.

Also, I can use AEM Tuner with my series 1?

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You need to read the pdf even

You need to read the pdf even if you don't use boost comp because it covers usec/bit which will be very important when rescaling the fuel map.  Yes, AEMTuner will comm up with a Series 1 EMS and allow you to auto-rescale the fuel map.  You're asking questions that had already been answered many times many years ago for a product line that we no longer support.  In other words, if you have questions like this that you want answered, you should think about using a product line that we actually still support like the Series 2 or Infinity.