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2012-05-18 13:28:59
I always throw a bottle of WW in my cooling system, sometimes I just put the liquid contents in though.
2012-05-24 03:39:45
I went for a little spin today, loaded up a new bin I've been meaning to try, plus I noticed my idle afr's an cruise afr's were on the rich side since I'd fixed some serious vac leaks. So after a bit of driving I pulled over and leaned out the injector multiplier a bit. Then I did a pull in 3rd gear on as flat of ground as I could.

Here's a run from before, with the greddy bov knockoff and some serious leaks and a slightly richer tune (down low).

The tires now spin in 2nd gear after vvl hits then I gotta back off the throttle a bit or shift because wheel hop Not sure if it'll do it with more then just me in the car though.

This is all on wategate pressure still, using the small blue Tial spring which is 8.7psi. I think I need to just lean out the actual fuel map a bit more in the pre-boost section and then a bit more in the boost section.
2012-05-24 04:13:10
Looks good. You're really dialing it in.
2012-05-24 05:42:02
Thanks man, 21hp and 30tq gain an I still haven't upped the boost. I bet if I lean out the boosted area from 10.6 to like 11.8 or so I will get even more power.
2012-05-24 08:50:21
Nice looks like our VET's running same numbers. How much psi are you running again?
2012-05-24 08:51:58
8.7psi using the small blue spring. haven't even hooked the mbc up.
2012-05-24 17:02:33
hmm...looks like it is coming along ...
2012-05-24 18:14:19
68whp more until it stop building interest!
2012-05-24 18:16:21
Get it on a real dyno and see if the magic calculator is close.
2012-05-24 18:28:18
Originally Posted by BlueRB240
Get it on a real dyno and see if the magic calculator is close.

Check: http://www.sr20-forum.com/767621-post6.html

Plus John Kerr from JKTuning has done some side by side tests and it was well within physical dyno margin of error.
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