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Old 10-16-2015, 06:51 PM   #4661
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I found you a fuel pump installation guide: https://www.miataturbo.net/general-m...-intank-56407/
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Old 10-16-2015, 06:56 PM   #4662
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lolol. No mention of wiring though. Also I have walbro 400. Not Bosch 044 with the shitty pickup sock.
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Old 10-16-2015, 07:19 PM   #4663
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AC is for sissys.
AC is for tow vehicles.

My FM 9.5 pound flywheel worked fine with AC for many years, though.

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Old 10-16-2015, 08:18 PM   #4664
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Oem bulkhead connector uses some weird **** that is like pressed in. Not for flat surfaces gay.

OEM sock fits in walbro400. Should solve pickup issues.

Still need to deal with gay wiring.
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Also currently in talks with the MS guys about adding an air temperature correction to the new boost control.

Megasquirt Support Forum (MSEXTRA) ? Tuning Boost Control With Bias Table (View topic)
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I know that a lot of OEM's boost control tables include an IAT input. Subarus certainly do, and while its kind of complicated its my favorite boost control scheme.
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Old 10-16-2015, 08:28 PM   #4667
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I desperately need it. My boost dc varies by up to 5% depending on air temps. And the new control scheme takes the bias table into account very heavily.

If you are interested in testing it and have megasquirt head over there and pipe up. Things get moved along faster if you have willing testers and can get results quickly.
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I desperately need it. My boost dc varies by up to 5% depending on air temps. And the new control scheme takes the bias table into account very heavily.

If you are interested in testing it and have megasquirt head over there and pipe up. Things get moved along faster if you have willing testers and can get results quickly.
Are you running open loop EBC, or closed?

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Alright I think I finally figured out this god damn fuel pump wiring.

E85 safe connector to pump. Teflon wire with teflon heat shrink. Up through some sort of wire bulkhead. 12 gauge. Some sort of connector. Relay. Battery.
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sounds about right
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If any other company made that bulkhead connector I would do it that way. Instead I'm using a grommet and fuel safe sealant.
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Hows that going to work? You're putting a connector in the grommet? You did see all the heing and hawing I did over my electrical solution right, because I didnt want the wiring to wick fuel up out of the tank. Funny story about that. I've got oil all over my center console because it wicked up my oil temp gauge wire.
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If my wire is sealed from fuel everywhere how will it wick up?
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The same way coolant leaks out of a sealed coolant system and how your ac charge slowly decreases over time.
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The same way coolant leaks out of a sealed coolant system and how your ac charge slowly decreases over time.
I guesssss. Maybe I'll keep searching. Looking at some deutsh bulkheads too.
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I've never communicated with ractronix. I just click click lick on the website and the stuff shows up like a week later.
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Any updates on the caliper rotor rubbing? Did you get those shim washers?
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Yes. I used 2 per side. Ended up about .005 off center.
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Any rubbing with the spacers in there? Or do you have to wait until the next track day before you can really tell.
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