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Old 09-29-2014, 11:12 AM   #1
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Tuning by Ken Hill of Oracle tuning. This is an end of the day pull at 17psi with an MBC. We need to run another wire from the MS to the EBC on the EFR to get it to work. The hope with this is to run 10psi 1st gear, 14psi 2nd gear, 17psi 3rd to 5th, and maybe 16psi in 6th to be kinder to the transmission. Right now 1st and 2nd are fairly useless. I can get grip in 2nd if I focus on my foot, but I can feel the rear end wanting to move around the whole time.
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Old 09-29-2014, 11:22 AM   #2
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Nice tq curve any videos?
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Old 09-29-2014, 08:39 PM   #3
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Not yet but soon!
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200hp to go to justify the 550hp intercooler :P
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Now *that's* impressive spoolup if the turbo is indeed capable of 325 hp+

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Pretty impressive given the lack of EBC.
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What fuel are you running 91 or 93? Any consideration in moving to E85? This gives me more motivation to finish my build! Congrats!
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Pretty impressive given the lack of EBC.
the difference in spool with a ball/spring mbc vs an ebc is really small
I've yet to see plots that can show consistent significant gains
still doesn't change that this is a fantastic plot though
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Heyyyy this looks familiar! Glad to see you are on here haha
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Thanks everyone. This is with 93 octane. We only have 1 e85 pump near me and it's in the city almost 20 miles away. With e85 economy and the size of a miata tank its not really practical. I don't really want to get Into flex fuel cause of cost right now and if anything I would more likely upgrade to a 6758 down the road

Last time I really was able to floor it it was making 220/200. That was about 1.5-2 years ago and I've been driving a 97 civic since so the level of power is just nuts right now.

I am 100% confident it can make over 325. 13-15psi picked up 25whp, 15-17psi picked up just 11, but again, end of the day runs with hottest everything. The turbo can easily do 20psi which should hit 325 or higher.

Here is a shot of the engine bay as it sits. The catchcan is in the same spot now but routed differently. There's just 2 hoses from either side of the VC going to a vented can. The intake manifold barb is just closed off.


I've been trolling other dyno charts and see that on the EFR cars the curve is a good bit more vertical than with other turbos. The power delivery is not immediate but for the power it makes the spool is nuts.
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13-15psi picked up 25whp, 15-17psi picked up just 11, but again, end of the day runs with hottest everything. The turbo can easily do 20psi which should hit 325 or higher.
Can you show the dyno plots of 13, 15, and 17 psi? And the boost curve too?
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Can you show the dyno plots of 13, 15, and 17 psi? And the boost curve too?
I only have the graph for 17psi which is in the first post. I don't have a boost curve to show
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Was ignition timing and fueling tuned for the 13 psi run? Or was 13 psi untuned, then 15 psi was?
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Was ignition timing and fueling tuned for the 13 psi run? Or was 13 psi untuned, then 15 psi was?
I'm not sure. I took the car to a respectable tuner, he called me and said that he was at 15psi and made 300whp which was a 25whp gain from 13psi. He said he would take it up another 2psi and that's the final 311whp figure. He did some street driving after the dyno as well so I think he has everything correctly.

I left my car for tuning for 2 weeks, turned into 3 because of a hardware problem. He got plenty of tuning time in.
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Jason, fuel and timing were optimized at 190, 205 and 220kPa. At 190kPa the engine made 275hp, at 205kPa it made 300. Encouraged by the power gain from 190 to 205, I suggested to Mazdaspeeder we go to 220kPa. At this level the engine made 311hp.
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Alex, you may want to consider making sme sort of heatshield for your brake master cylinder or atleast flush out for some dot4 fluid. Streetcar so it's not a huge concern, but I'd be worried about heat.
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Alex, you may want to consider making sme sort of heatshield for your brake master cylinder or atleast flush out for some dot4 fluid. Streetcar so it's not a huge concern, but I'd be worried about heat.
All the brake lines near down pipe are sleeved and or wrapped. The fluid is ATE Super Blue. Think it will be ok?
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At least use shiny tape from Home Depot Racing to put on the reservoir facing the hot bits. Think of the manifold and turbo as glowing; anything the glow lights up, will get very hot.
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Jason, fuel and timing were optimized at 190, 205 and 220kPa. At 190kPa the engine made 275hp, at 205kPa it made 300. Encouraged by the power gain from 190 to 205, I suggested to Mazdaspeeder we go to 220kPa. At this level the engine made 311hp.
Hmm I wonder what the reason for the diminishing returns is. Turbo choking? Exhaust system?
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Hmm I wonder what the reason for the diminishing returns is. Turbo choking? Exhaust system?
My guess is it was just heatsoaked from the pulls before-hand. The turbo and exhaust all have the flow to support, its a 3" outlet, 3" downpipe, 3.15" exhaust.
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