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I have installed my comp this past weekend and was wondering what level I should use for everyday driving of about 100 miles roundtrip a day for best fuel mileage?
I dont quite understand the sublevels on what exactly they do.:confused013:
 

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what was your sub level?
 

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Edge Comp Sub-levels

Sub-levels 1-3 on the Comp will provide de-fueling below stock. The de-fueling mode is entered only when rpm and boost are below a set value and stock fueling is being increased beyond a set rate. These conditions are different for each sub-level 1-3. During operation, when the de-fueling mode is entered, the rate of fueling increase is limited, which reduces smoke. De-fuel mode is exited once stock fueling equals the fueling controlled by the Comp. This way the transition is smooth and cannot be felt while driving. De-fuel mode is entered the easiest in sub-level 1 and has the smallest allowable fuel increase, while sub-level 3 de-fuel mode is not entered as easily and has a larger allowable fuel increase.

Sub-levels 4 and 5 allow adjustment of the additional fueling above stock based on boost level. Sub-level 5 adds the most fuel at low boost; Sub-level 4, which adds less fuel than Sub-level 5, corresponds to jumper setting 2 on the EZ.

Sub-levels 4 and 5 allow adjustment of the additional fueling above stock based on boost level. Sub-level 5 adds the most fuel at low boost; Sub-level 4, which adds less fuel than Sub-level 5, corresponds to jumper setting 2 on the EZ.

The amount of additional fuel added is calculated, the amount actually added after being compared to boost from the total is as shown below

Product Features:


Sub level 1: 33% is added at 0 psi boost, 100% is added at 20 psi boost
Sub level 2: 50% is added at 0 psi boost, 100% is added at 20 psi boost
Sub level 3: 67% is added at 0 psi boost, 100% is added at 10 psi boost
Fuel may be added at 0 psi boost on all Sub Levels and EZ Jumper settings unless the de-fuel mode is entered as described above.
 

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so basically most fuel economy is based on driving habits no matter what level ur in?
 

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I've played with mine a few times on trips from school to home which is about 200 miles. On 5x5 I averaged 15mpg, 1x5 I avgeraged 18mpg, on 1x2 I averaged 20mpg (best one so far). This was all with my current set up in my sig on 33" tire, and I tried to keep my foot out of the throttle, hope this helps a little! :thumbsup:
 

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Thanks. Ill give mine a try on 1X2. I ran mine on 1x5 on a 140 mile trip and used up a little over a quater of a tank. Im hoping to see better results from a 1x2.
 

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You should, just watch your boost gauge and keep it below 20psi and you'll be saving fuel.
 

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good deal.
 
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