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Old 08-31-2010, 11:16 AM
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Originally Posted by hustler View Post
There was a lot of talk in Dallas on how little "proper" engine management does on motors, specifically with blowers. I guess this puts the speculation to bed.
yet i still foresee lots of power card sales

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I'm getting back on the dyno next week with my crank wheel and I'm tuning up to 16psi...again. I have to show Jeff that I'm still his daddy.
don't go braking stuff again

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Do it.
will later and post results

added: http://clubroadster.net/vb_forum/sho...518#post637518

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Old 08-31-2010, 11:46 AM
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LMAO!
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wtf kind of pictures are those
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Old 08-31-2010, 11:57 AM
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I still think this is the best thread I've read all month:

We have just completed testing the '90 Coldside, which is running the dual injector setup and E85 now. Got a tad over 190rwhp which is about double the stock power. It is running a stock '90 engine (short nose crank and all), Raceland Header and Racing Beat catback exhaust and of course, the FFS Coldside. I put in the 280cc injectors that are the later style as used in the '99-'05 along with an adjustable fuel pressure regulator to allow easy conversion between gasoline and E85. Here are the specs:

Pulley Ratio: 110/65
Adjustable Fuel Pressure Regulator: Vacuum Only, set to 60psi at idle on E85, 25psi on Gasoline
Fuel Injectors: 280cc
Extra Injectors: 750cc/310cc Combo
Main PC Pro File: Main_9093_Ver002
Main PC Pro Settings: 3-3-2 (GB-YB-RB)
Timing Card File: TC_9093_Ver002
Tming Card Settings: 3 (GB) = 5-6 deg retard at 16psi
Max Boost: 16psi

The EGTs were absolutely incredible! They got closer as rpm rose so that they practically overlaid. I believe this shows how well the dual injector setup works. Attached is a comparison dyno showing the E85 setup in blue, 91 octane gasoline in red, and the bone stock setup in green. I have also attached the EGTs on E85.

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Old 08-31-2010, 12:01 PM
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god damn it, now i'm not going to get any work done today ******* with CR, need more hustler thugging

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Old 08-31-2010, 12:23 PM
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No hellaflush, no care
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Originally Posted by Braineack View Post
I still think this is the best thread I've read all month:
I don't get it...
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16psi and e85 required to get an mp62 powercard 1.6L setup to 190rwhp...

on 93 octane and 16psi, I'd be around 300rwhp on my 1.6L setup.
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lol, I see now, slow morning
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Originally Posted by Braineack View Post
16psi and e85 required to get an mp62 powercard 1.6L setup to 190rwhp...

on 93 octane and 16psi, I'd be around 300rwhp on my 1.6L setup.
Yeah what about all the low-end torque a S/C provides. And not to mention the turbo lag.


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Originally Posted by Braineack View Post
16psi and e85 required to get an mp62 powercard 1.6L setup to 190rwhp...

on 93 octane and 16psi, I'd be around 300rwhp on my 1.6L setup.
that's some sad ****
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Originally Posted by buffon01 View Post
Yeah what about all the low-end torque a S/C provides. And not to mention the turbo lag.



you mean the powerband below 2.5K where it beats my setup? I tend to clutch dump from 3K with 5-10psi of boost built already built up at the light...no worries.
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Old 08-31-2010, 05:25 PM
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Dudebro, a spark is a spark. As long as the a/f ignites with the boost you got, you will have power......
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Oh my god, CR hurts my ******* head. They are so ******* retarded . That Fabel guy should be riding the shortbus
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i'm looking at my log and i'm seeing a max kpa of 180 (105 is motor off) but i'm only seeing my boost gauge ~9 so i don't know what is going on with that.

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Holy **** I sincerely hope you don't think we're going to look through that log.
Were you logging grass grow?
**** is 1361.935 data points long.
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I'd trust the MS WAY more than the boost gauge, my gauge showed 13psi while MS showed 16.2ish
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He has an adaptronic but ya
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Old 09-04-2010, 09:13 PM
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kpa the ecu seeing is based on calibration values you give it. i got them from Travis over a year ago so who knows. going to try and see how good my calibration numbers are and change the vac line to my gauge from the cheap **** i found on the floor to real line.

it's a ten min log and you can drop it in mega log viewer
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hehe i need a good laugh. Back to writing papes.
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