Well since my last update (if anyone cares) I've served my term in the military and moved back home. (DFW area of Texas)
I've also done a quick (not really) and crapp job of painting the miata, it looks like hell but still looks a lot better than three shades of red and one shade of red faded to pink.
Sorry I know the pics suck, they were taken on my iphone, it's not much to look at anyway.
I've also gotten to car running well and tuned pretty good for 10psi, as well as gotten to meth/water injection running, turning on at 7psi.
The past few weeks I've been turning up the boost a few psi at a time and tuning for the new boost level, today I turned it up to 14psi and did a few runs with the autotune feature, it's running really well.
I am left with a few questions for you guys though.
I'm not sure how much is too much, do I keep turning up the boost until my injectors (550cc) are at 80% DC? Or is my setup (stock pistons, forged rods, meth injection) not able to handle that should I just aim for a certain boost level and call it a day?
My other question is about timing number when in boost while meth/water injection is spraying. I'm currently running the Y8's/diyautotune base map hybrid from a thread a long time ago.
I've been thinking though I should be able to get away with more timing up top due to the lower CR than his as well as the meth injection (I'm currently running 30% meth and 70% water, may change do 40/60 soon) I was thinking something like this in the top three rows and leave the rest as the hybrid table:
I know going to the dyno and tuning for real on a dyno is the best way, but right now I can't afford that, I was just wondering if you think I could safely get away with running those numbers with the meth injection, if not I guess I'll leave it how it is for now.
Here is the first run I did today at 14psi, and yes I know the turbo is super laggy, but it's staying for now so I'll just deal with it until I make a new mani, I may switch turbo's then maybe not.
Lemme know if you have any suggestions, thanks.