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Old 06-17-2013, 01:09 PM   #381
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Heh, does that mean I have a friend on here (ignore my sig, I also have a MK2.5 with a FFS setup and MS3x on it).
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Oh you're so close to a ban right now.
hahaha thanks for the warning, but I don't think you read the whole post. This is supposed to be temporary. As in: I either do this, or keep driving a stock miata til I go EFR. I think this is better then stock

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This plan does not actually upset me. I have never really had a problem with properly set up superchargers as long as someone doesn't try to tell me how superior they are to turbochargers. The future plan for an EFR also helps me swallow your blasphemous behavior.

I hope you have fun with it and I am looking forward to another EFR build in the future.
I have no illusions about this lol.
The day I claim superchargers are superior is the day you all can perma-ban me
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After you experience the amazing effects of E-cool will you be running it with the 6258 also?
No E-Cool.
I'm not running piggies or any of that crap.
I'm running ID1000's, MS3x, and e85. Like a man
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hahahaha.... thats the best... exactly what i was thinking. that was some sixth sense ****...

cool plan though.. would definitely be nice to see a PROPER SC setup... and the EFR setup plan is the hotsauce that makes the **** taste good..

cant wait to see this
I'll do it and document it and then we can all laugh about the time I went SC when I'm rocking EFR.
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Old 06-17-2013, 01:15 PM   #382
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In for MP62 vs EFR dyno comparison with the trubo having more low-end torque
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Old 06-17-2013, 01:15 PM   #383
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the EFR will be sic... but i bet the SC setup will be pretty beastly itself.. (not standing up for SC... just saying.... looks like a good plan if someone WERE to go SC) lol
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Old 06-17-2013, 01:42 PM   #384
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Keep the sc when you add the efr
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Automatic slushbox corvette, supercharged miata... Good god dude.
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Keep the sc when you add the efr
Might make sense if he was going with a 7670 like Patsmx5. But the 6258 will make more torque starting at ~2500rpm than the SC will, so it's kinda pointless.
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Old 06-17-2013, 02:30 PM   #387
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I was on a "photography" site and thought of you vlad:

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This thread just got a whole lot more entertaining.
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I was on a "photography" site and thought of you vlad:

Looks like a screenshot from Dead Island when my video card was ******* up.
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Old 06-17-2013, 04:51 PM   #390
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Might make sense if he was going with a 7670 like Patsmx5. But the 6258 will make more torque starting at ~2500rpm than the SC will, so it's kinda pointless.
I wasn't being serious but....he could just get a larger efr since he hasn't bought anything yet.
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Old 06-17-2013, 05:33 PM   #391
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Vlad I fixed your harness, I'm printing a label as we speak to mail it back tomorrow am.
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Old 06-17-2013, 05:42 PM   #392
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I wonder how many posts there are of Vlad hating on Superchargers? If you put them all together, it would probably compete with the Ramble On thread in terms of number of posts.

Epic irony.
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I never said I like superchargers. Even right now. I just dislike being n/a even more.

Next I should go ITB and band aidz
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With Fae gone we needed a new mascot... and we just got one.
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That's it, I am shipping out my Webers to you.
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I saw the blasphemey in person today, he opened the garage door and I saw it sitting on the floor. I waz confuzed, but I'll be interested to see what it does.

I want a ride
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Old 06-17-2013, 11:17 PM   #397
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In for instant-low-torque glory
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Old 06-17-2013, 11:41 PM   #398
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Alright so I've started on installing this sucker.

In the meantime I'm deleting the charcoal canister and everything associated with it, just co un-clutter the bay and whatnot. Everything including the 2 sensors and solenoid that's connected to the lines coming from the canister and going to the manifold.

My google searching shows threads with people looping the line withe the one going to the solenoid and just bypassing the can.
Others say leave it VTA...
Others capped it....

The problem with this is I don't want to retain the solenoid unless I absolutely have to.
Someone reported gas bubbling out of there when it was VTA, from overheating or something.
Yet others stated that it would constantly build pressure in the tank and never relieve it if capped off completely.

Anyone have the facts on this?
Will I really have fuel heating up and bubbling out from the hardline if I leave it vta? Or is that only on the track? Will it be bad to have the tank pressurized constantly if I capped it? Or should I really re-connect the solenoid and route it to vacuum on the intake mani?

Circled in red is what I'm talking about. It was going straight into the charcoal canister.


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Old 06-18-2013, 12:25 AM   #399
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Not sure on NB's but on my NA I just left it vta. Then when I was doing the fuel lines I left it off completely at the tank. So it's vta at the top of the tank, so far no issues, no excess pressure, no gas smells in the car. But before I yanked the whole line out I just had it vta in the engine bay.
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Old 06-18-2013, 12:39 AM   #400
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This was one of the more entertaining build threads, even had to keep reading while on the *******.

Also, thanks for the Blox. I'ma hit mad vtec.. Yo.

Another also, good to see another "future" EFR build like myself.
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