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Old 04-15-2010, 10:03 AM   #121
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How about putting soft cut on at 6700RPM and it pulls to 10* before your 7200rpm redline...
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Old 04-15-2010, 10:15 AM   #122
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How about putting soft cut on at 6700RPM and it pulls to 10* before your 7200rpm redline...
Why would I want to do that? I'm not running any knock control at all, I'm relying on headroom from the detonation point.
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Old 04-15-2010, 10:25 AM   #123
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im saying i did that last weekend and loled at myself.
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Old 04-15-2010, 10:35 AM   #124
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im saying i did that last weekend and loled at myself.
Its better than leaving the spark timing at 10* static, leoulz.
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Old 04-15-2010, 10:51 AM   #125
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yes it is!
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I'm tuning Johnwag's car in the near future and I may put mine back on the roller to get a 11psi and 16psi pull just to floss on the internet.
How about you keep going till you max the injectors out, say 20psi.
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Old 04-16-2010, 12:08 AM   #127
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How about you keep going till you max the injectors out, say 20psi.

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Old 04-17-2010, 12:49 PM   #128
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so witch is the dyno to trust???
no such thing ^^^^^ if you want big numbers to make you feel good about yourself, then any dyno can be manipulated to read whatever you'd like.

if you wanna actually use it for tuning purposes, then pick any reputable shop, and always use that same dyno. the # doesn't matter, only the difference in number's from your baseline and after changes in tune or mods.
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I hope you don't mind, but I'm envious of your success. I'm going to use a Skunk2 mani and do what you did. Pretty much just bought it actually. Hondtech classifieds ftw. This should go well with the head that I need to get done. Getting closer.. but pretty far off from finishing my ****.
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Old 06-18-2010, 04:31 PM   #130
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I should of kept that VVT head


In for new manifold and MOAR BOOOST



edit: Sav would you ever sell your car for $30k? Just curious....
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Please post more car ****
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Finally found the time last night to fab up my fuel system. The rail is an AF piece, .500" ID, twin -6AN feeds and a single -6AN return. Fit and finish is flawless, obviously.

Injectors remain the same, ID1000s, the best money can buy. E85 compatible, unlike RC. Max rated pressure of 130psi, and they recommend 90psi for the best spray pattern, unlike RC (RC says 65-70psi max.) They will also idle at stoich due to the incredibly low, stable minimum times (0.8ms IIRC), unlike RC. These will literally idle better than an RC750 and probably even better than an RC550, despite being a SATURATED 1000cc injector.

Not taking any chances with fuel lines going soft, so the lines are Aeroquip -6AN PTFE, teflon internals rated for constant use with methanol/ethanol. It uses steel PTFE-specific fittings as well. Not cheap at nearly $12/ft, but the fuel lines are not a place you want to be skimping.

FPR is a Fuelabs piece, which is so nice we're going to start selling them. It's a one-in one-out, so no bottom port to block off like the Aeromotive A1000 unit. It's adjustable from 25-90psi, A1000 maxes out at 70psi base pressure. It also uses standard -6AN union fittings, not the retarded expensive ORB fittings. It's physically tiny as well, as you can see, which means it can get tucked back into the depths of the engine bay if you want. Fully E85 compatible, of course.

All that's left now is to reinstall the intake manifold, set base pressure, and fire it back up. My replacement tranny goes in this weekend, and hopefully I'll hit the dyno next week for some more oomph.



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Sorry for the shitty pics, I promise I'll have some good ones this weekend. The car will be on display at MiataFest in Irvine on Saturday.
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Old 07-13-2010, 03:13 PM   #133
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**** You, I want it now!

It looks amazing, is trackspeed planning on selling them?
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I can certainly put together the same system as a package deal for someone.
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I can certainly put together the same system as a package deal for someone.
Are you still using the stock fuel lines that run to the gas tank or have those been replaced with something else? Also it is sized for normal length injectors right? IE I could still use my RC550's with it.

When I am done shitting money out my *** on my engine build I might be interested in the setup. It would have been so much easier then making the 1.6fpr work on the stock rail. Braineack bent the **** out of it and that was why I was having issues fitting it.
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I can certainly put together the same system as a package deal for someone.

Could you let me know, I am currently thinking about running E85 and need a fuel system to support it. I currently already have a aftermarket fuel rail, as well as a FPR. Thanks a lot
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make sure not to take pics of your IM!
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Lookin' good Sav. I'm glad to hear the rail fit without issue. What are you using for a "Y" before the fuel rail?
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make sure not to take pics of your IM!
yeah, yeah. I had to remove it to get clearance to cut the stock hardlines for the compression fittings.
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I'm going to donate my old Canon point and shoot to Track Speed so I don't dry heave every time a pic is posted.
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