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Old 11-26-2006, 02:03 AM   #21
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Yeah, my MS install was a bitch too... I fried an ignitor tyring to get a tach signal. Fried some other junk before I got it right.
I built and installed the Megasquirt becasue it's so cool and I thought it would be a good learning experience. It was. However, the AEM is still much more capable.
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Whats your total timing at peak boost?
Yeah what he said. What is your total timing at peak boost? Everybody? I wanna know how far off I am.
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Old 11-28-2006, 06:55 PM   #23
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Yeah what he said. What is your total timing at peak boost? Everybody? I wanna know how far off I am.
Here's my timing map
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Looking really nice...

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Sweet setup!

With all this talk about turbo sizing, do you guys reckon a GT3071R would be a good match for a built 1.8? Or would you suggest a GT2871R? Not interested in drag, but it will be for circuit racing so top end is important.
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Here's my timing map
Ahh ok, I'm not that far off. 200kpa is around 14.7psi, right?
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