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Old 08-29-2010, 10:07 PM   #1
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Default mp62 9psi stock motor

225whp/198flbt on mustang dyno (add ~10% to numbers)

ran out of fuel at ~6300rpms, have to install a fuel pump and go back

added: boost gauge was reading ~9psi with a lot of vibration and was getting into the 180kpa table with 105 kpa @ 0psi will have to run a log to get real psi

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not to bad what managemnet are you using?
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thats a whole lot of power for a blower on 9psi.
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not to bad what managemnet are you using?
Adaptronic, his first time tuning with it. went to kantuning, steve is saying with fuel no cutting out he thinks that the car will put nos 250 on a dynojet.


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thats a whole lot of power for a blower on 9psi.
the turbo kids can hate but the **** is still fast =D


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Congrats on the numbers!
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definitely not bad for a supercharger.

did you get aggressive with the timing?
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definitely not bad for a supercharger.

did you get aggressive with the timing?
we pulled timing from 6k-7k seeing as i'm running 12:1 afr and only dropped 2hp. a lot a timing was pulled all around to make the car 91 oc safe. will get retuned later with some 720cc to make it all work better.
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Show us the spark table!

I bet that lower static compression added a lot of output in general. This car is light and fast. In for 1:25's at Hallett.
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Id like to see the ignition table as well

and maybe a datalog?
what are the IATs like?
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Show us the spark table!

I bet that lower static compression added a lot of output in general. This car is light and fast. In for 1:25's at Hallett.

Until he revs past 6000RPM, in for 99:99:99 lap times at any track
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Id like to see the ignition table as well

and maybe a datalog?
what are the IATs like?
need to get a log going and not sure on my iats yet.


timing set to top dead (no corrections)



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Until he revs past 6000RPM, in for 99:99:99 lap times at any track
if a fuel pump doesn't give me the fuel i need i will be setting the red line to 6k
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lol @ conservative spark table too. That's crazy output considering that spark table.
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lol @ conservative spark table too. That's crazy output considering that spark table.
so he wasn't lieing to me about the spark being safe?
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so he wasn't lieing to me about the spark being safe?
I have 10* more advance in mine at target boost and I'm under prime efficiency. Did you end up putting a cage in this car? What does it weigh? Are you running NASA TT next year? Please tell me know before I consider removing more weight from my car because I'm not going to waste my time if I constantly get embarassed...at 250lb more than your car with less power, I'm not even going to show up and put up will all the bullshit I'll catch for going slow.
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I have 10* more advance in mine at target boost and I'm under prime efficiency. Did you end up putting a cage in this car? What does it weigh?
weight unknown, estimated under 2300lb no cage yet

i think you need this link http://forum.miata.net/vb/archive/in.../t-229571.html

i'll be at nasa tt taking home tires.
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that spark is hella conservative im amazed u made that much power.
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weight unknown, estimated under 2300lb no cage yet

i think you need this link http://forum.miata.net/vb/archive/in.../t-229571.html

i'll be at nasa tt taking home tires.
You're going to be under 2100lb easily. My car is 2335 with nothing removed from it.
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You're going to be under 2100lb easily. My car is 2335 with nothing removed from it.
strip your car and go fast or just drive it and enjoy it. ether way you still kill vetts on the highway
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just remembered the car had the biggest gain from gapping the plugs from +.040 to .028
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Damn not bad at all, throw some WI on there and go back.

Which motor do you have in there?
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