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Old 12-31-2007, 09:58 PM   #21
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What's your fuel pressure? Turn it up a little...?

Oh and that 271/235 is on the stock clutch, right?

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No way that will last for more then a few pulls.

Props to Paul.
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Old 01-01-2008, 07:40 AM   #22
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Amazing numbers from that turbo. Nice job.
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Old 01-01-2008, 11:06 AM   #23
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can't just "turn up" the fuel pressure. i don't run an AFPR. I'd rather just run bigger injectors than clutter up the engine bay with bandaids. It is the stock clutch too, put in in in June. I use a slightly higher force pressure plate, MazdaSpeed SS. It's only like 30% higher clamping force. I guess the car's weight is helping the clutch hold on the street. Until I drop in an XD I can't use the Launch Control or Flat Shift options on the MS.
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holy ****
mad props to mr turbotim
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paul, you did datalog your pull right? please share the datalog and msq please. thx
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paul, you did datalog your pull right? please share the datalog and msq please. thx
Good ****.

Paul - "**** I was going to log the first pull, then I forgot so I will log the second, then I forgot and was going to log the third, but then I forgot and now I have no logs."
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Good ****.

Paul - "**** I was going to log the first pull, then I forgot so I will log the second, then I forgot and was going to log the third, but then I forgot and now I have no logs."
i heard paul say it myself
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tis true. i was so excited about 269 on my first pull i forgot to datalog the 2nd, i busied myself loading the stock timing map from DIY. then i saw how much worse it was so i spent time between the 2 and 3 pull reloading my custom timing map and turning EGO off.
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my msq if you still want it without my datalog here http://www.miatamx5.com/ms_files/dyn...vetiming-2.msq

Tim is getting better with age as shown here:





as far as the dip in HP and TQ between 4000 & 4500 rpm should I look at the timing map as the reason? Alll the more reason to get it on a loading dyno and tune cell by cell. I was able to make nice gains though over the DIY base timing map in TQ and HP and it was much smoother. So as not to inundate you all with pics here is a link to all 3 of my pulls, 2nd pull is the DIY PNP base timing map.
http://www.miatamx5.com/dynoruns/12-31/paul_tq.jpg
http://www.miatamx5.com/dynoruns/12-31/paul_hp.jpg
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can you post up your dynojet file?
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