Originally Posted by Equilibrium Tuning
What spring is in your BOV? If its opening at idle you won't be able to tune properly with that setup. If you're going to stick with a draw-through MAF, get a recirculating BOV. Or just switch to blow-through and Cobb's Hybrid SD tuning.
Originally Posted by Clark Turner
In my opinion, That car will never run correctly with the maf in that intake pipe. It can be made to run but not up to my standards for Drivability, response, mileage and power.
As for the 255, Its no where near enough fuel for the ID2000 and a GT35R on E85. Rewiring off a relay with will help for sure but the main limiting factor is the fuel lines and rails. Once the lines are -6 up and back, The flood gates will open and you will have plenty of fuel.
The BOV was staying open at idle so we changed the spring out, this was when we first finished the setup. It stays shut at idle now.
There is no doubt in my mind that a blow through/SD setup would do wonders for the car. But at the same time, we are not trying anything that hasn't been done everyday the last 5 years. It's a rotated turbo kit Subaru. Only thing different about it is that it's a stock block car. I don't see a reason it shouldn't at least idle and run halfway decent on the current setup.
If anything, I think the car needs to be left with P&L so that Junior can spend some hands on time with it. It needs to be examined by more than just an Excel file from RomRaider.