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Old 10-22-2014, 04:14 AM   #121
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I only setup the 90-93 ECUs for sequential if the owner asks for it, as it requires additional wiring.
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Gotcha. Thanks. Pretty sure mine has the wires needed to make sequential fuel injection work, just not sure about the jumpers inside.
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when is this bad boy going to hit the dyno??? hurry it up JOSH/RYAN!!!!
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I predict 144whp/126tq on pump gas, Dynojet. +5% for E85
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Whoa! I'd love to see those numbers. We are dyno'ing with a Dynojet at English Racing. We're hoping the shaved head, sequential injection, 949's intake, and some dyno tuning will bring us close to those numbers.

As to when, hopefully soon. Ryan's doing the 24hr chump race at PIR this weekend, then we'll start planning a date.

With NB2 injectors, a stock '90 FPR & FP, are we able to run E85? 151hp/132ft/lbs would be awesome.
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Whoa! I'd love to see those numbers. We are dyno'ing with a Dynojet at English Racing. We're hoping the shaved head, sequential injection, 949's intake, and some dyno tuning will bring us close to those numbers.

As to when, hopefully soon. Ryan's doing the 24hr chump race at PIR this weekend, then we'll start planning a date.

With NB2 injectors, a stock '90 FPR & FP, are we able to run E85? 151hp/132ft/lbs would be awesome.
Need moar FPR. Find an OEM NB in tank regulator (60psi). Bolts right onto the fuel rail. Otherwise, yeah.
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Old 10-23-2014, 02:41 PM   #127
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Like the MSM one I have sitting in my garage? Just looked at it. Looks easy enough, but there's no vacuum reference?
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that would be amazing, although the biggest issue is the limited number of e85 station in portland, plenty across the river in WA though. Ideally youd have two maps, I imagine with the ms3 map switching shouldnt be too difficult, and all youd need is load up on 5 gallon jugs of e85 before hitting the track. English Racing also has a bunch of E85 so thats always an option. I say go for it, Im considering it for both of my cars at this point as well.
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Yeah one of the db37 needs to be momentarily jumped to ground I believe and itll switch maps. Or something like that. Need to hook up on board data logging too. And launch. Dunno where Ryan is planning on putting all the switches.
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Just do what I did:

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That is badass. Does it tell you which phase the moon is in?
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Holy ****, this is insane...! I guess all that works via CAN from your MS...?! Props given!
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No big red NOS button. :(
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^^^ I love that steering wheel/dash setup, I just wish the owner had installed an aftermarket airbag steering wheel for safety.
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The car has OMP HTE seats and OMP 6-point 3" harnesses.
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^^^ I love that steering wheel/dash setup, I just wish the owner had installed an aftermarket airbag steering wheel for safety.
Are you for real right now?
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Driving around early this morning I noticed headlights and dash lights dimming/brightening/flickering. This happened under steady throttle and idle. We'll take a look today for the cause. It also wants to idle at about 2200rpms when cold.
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Fairly certain something funky is happening with the alternator for the lights to be flickering, and the 2200rpm idle is just Idle Cranking Duty/Steps. I think.
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You are still using the 90 alternator, right?
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