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Old 04-12-2008, 05:53 PM
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I took the '94 MOAB to the dyno today, very pleased with the results.

214 RWHP and just over 170 Torque. I'll post a copy of the dyno plot when I can get it scanned.

Fueling was acceptable and has made me confortable enough to use the AFPR for the summer, I'll pick up a MS this fall/winter.
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screw you for having a 94 Laguna.

What are you currently using for fuel & spark
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Originally Posted by paul View Post
screw you for having a 94 Laguna.

What are you currently using for fuel & spark
Laguna blue is just another blue car in a sea of blue cars.

Just using the BEGI AFPR for now. Want to put a MS in this winter. Need to get the Hydra in the '01 first.
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Nice numbers. Need to post some specs, like your basic setup, what boost your running, etc. No timing control?
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Dyno plot is attached
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wow, just a FPR? those are great numbers for lack of EM. What size pulley, (boost level?)?

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You scared to post specs on your setup or something? Don't be shy.
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I too am curious..
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Originally Posted by patsmx5 View Post
You scared to post specs on your setup or something? Don't be shy.
Not sure what specs you want. As mentioned in the OP, fueling is an AFPR, so obviously there is no timing control. Don't know the pulley size, boost is 9psi.

Internals are stock, I did a compression/leakdown test and compression was good, leakdown test was not. Exhaust valves on cylinders 2 and 3 are at issue.

I have a fresh set of rx7 550cc injectors and want to put a MSPNP on the car. But since I need to pull the blower to install the injectors, I will likely wait until I can afford to do the head since that would be the optimum time pull it.

I'll be happy to answer in any other questions you have
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Very nice. Great numbers and tons of room to improve the setup. Love flat TQ curves. mmmmmmm
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