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Old 04-27-2012, 11:24 PM   #1
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Default First time dynoing the car tomorrow, looking for advices.

Long story short, tomorrow, I'm getting my car dyno'ed. Here's the uncertainties I have if my dyno guy is asking questions.

-I have 440cc injectors (cleaned and balanced), do I need to do anything to the fuel pressure, I'm running stock FPR???

I installed my FIC 6 last weekend and want to get rid of the MAF sensor, any ways possible considering I also have a brand new 3 bar GM MAP sensor, should I swap the MAP in place of the MAF sensor. My dyno guy knows how to clamp MAFs anyway.

-I replaced the narrowband OEM o2 sensor with a AEM UEGO wideband kit. Wired on the ''o21+'' wire on the FIC and got the white 0-5V output from the UEGO on the ECU 2N wire to replace the Voltage source. Can the ECU interpret 0-5V instead of 0-1V??? I also bought a brand new spare narrowband OEM sensor just in case, what should I do??

Please, guys, give me valuable infos considering the seriousness of the step I'm about to do with the car, I spent 350+hours working on it on a six month winter period. Thanks and wish me good luck.

I'm looking for 200whp greddy turbocharged, intercooled, B6T exhaust cam, 2.5inch exhaust at 11psi runs.
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FPR if stock is not agjustable. Just make sure the EMS is set for 440's.

Not familiar with FIC. Most of us here run full EMS systems.

No the ECU needs a 0-1V. It will not read 0-5V. Most WB02 sensors have a wire that imitates a narrowband output that you can wire into the ECU.

Make sure your cooling system is up to snuff.
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FPR if stock is not agjustable. Just make sure the EMS is set for 440's.

Not familiar with FIC. Most of us here run full EMS systems.

No the ECU needs a 0-1V. It will not read 0-5V. Most WB02 sensors have a wire that imitates a narrowband output that you can wire into the ECU.

Make sure your cooling system is up to snuff.
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my cooling system is on par. I will put back the narrowband also...I dont think the AEM uego wideband kit is equipped with a 0-1v simulator output...if it is , let me know...but I dont think so...
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Wait until uou get a standalone ecu
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We got the car dynoed with the MAF and narrowband, they got clamped. We managed 139whp 156wtq at 4800rpm at 8psi until we discovered that the fuel pump wasn't seating properly on the guide tube and losing pressure. After fixing the pump issue, the tuner had to change the fuel tables then it was time to close the garage... It will be done on monday.
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