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Old 07-14-2010, 08:23 PM   #141
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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.
IIRC He is using a point and shoot, well at least he owns one.

Stoked to see dyno results, and sorry to hear about the tranny. Be sure to post updates with what you find out.
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I doubt he'll need any more flow than the ID1000's will provide. And I doubt he'll need more pressure than that afpr will provide.

I think he's set. Once everything is dialed in I want to see a video of him rowing through the gears. I'll bring a towel
90psi rail pressure with these injectors should supply ~540bhp on E85.
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The car will be on display at MiataFest in Irvine on Saturday.
I plan to go and see this beast. Seen it on track but never upclose.
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I am currently using the stock fuel lines. Eventually I will switch both over to feeds and run a single -6AN return line.

Dumped a new 6-speed into it today, I'll be at the dyno this week. It made 310whp at 18psi last time, on 100 octane through the stock intake manifold. That should be 340-350 on 100 octane, 360-370 on E85. If the head will flow it, I think 400whp should be obtainable at ~24psi. In reality, I'll be happy with ~370 at ~21psi.
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If you'd like to discuss fuel line sizes, please start a new thread.
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These little beauties arrived today. 12-tooth OEM-location trigger wheels. More timing resolution, no fabrication required. Can't wait to get it on the car.
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Sick!!!!
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Kit please w/AEM map settings. Thanks. XOXO.
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Got to the dyno today, very pleased with the results. 351whp, 292wtq at around 17psi. Flat torque of ~290 from 4000 to 6000. I will post a chart later on.
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Wow, great numbers...can't wait until I see the graph.
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These little beauties arrived today. 12-tooth OEM-location trigger wheels. More timing resolution, no fabrication required. Can't wait to get it on the car.
Yes please! Will these be available through trackspeed?

Do you use the oem cam trigger or have you made your own up?
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Yes they're available through TSE. There's a group buy in the group buy section.
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^^^ This, the wheel is specifically designed for the OEM sensor so there's no need to mess with an aftermarket sensor.
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^^^ This, the wheel is specifically designed for the OEM sensor so there's no need to mess with an aftermarket sensor.
Sorry, being UK based means I rarely (ever) venture into the GB section
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Torque crew signing in, lulz.
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Yes please! Will these be available through trackspeed?

Do you use the oem cam trigger or have you made your own up?
https://www.miataturbo.net/trackspeed-engineering-miata-accessories-85/trackspeed-engineering-12-tooth-crank-trigger-wheel-49814/
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