Thanks, much obliged!
The average airpressure here in the Netherlands is actually between 1015 and 1018 for the whole country from the year 1981 till 2010. But offcourse I want to read it via OBD, but I assumed this average as a baseline for starters.
Also when going on holiday, I do not want to overboost when in the mountains so I left everything below just stock for protection.
I wasn't aware (or told/had read about) that the VNT map needs editing. I did read why NOT to edit it unless you change turbo other then stock. I will check for overboost now.
The temperature here and now, summertime, is 16 degrees
but we sometimes have 30 degrees.
I am also going to modify the intake so it only gets cool air from outsite the engine bay, but that is yet to come.
I also have WMI but this only cools the air after MAF en turbo, so has no effect on the sensor data and thus maps.
Now copied the linear map into the none linear map (only copied existing rows and columns).
Will return smoke to stock and will focus on (possible over) boost
But I will have to search and find out how to change the vnt maps. If a spike occurs, do I have to lower the numbers in that region?
P.s. I cannot test WOT yet because the clutch slips.. installed a stage 1 with SMF last year an 34.000 km ago but the garage messed up.. I now guess it has oil on the plates. Planning to do it myself soon, when the wether is better and I collected the guts to do it.