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Old 09-15-2012, 01:25 PM   #26
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What turbo and cams are you running?
Same Turbo Dom 3.5 xtr w/ a 10 cm h.s ,Kelf R199-j , D25 heads, wild Pnp job, dog leg/bowl blend, supertech,valves, springs n ret, Ap EL headers ,KS 73mm CAI
Still not totally together, need to fig out FMIC set up, I may go reverse manifold
I hope u can get tuned, I'm very interested to see what you put down
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Old 09-15-2012, 02:32 PM   #27
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So no AVCS on your motor. What block are you running? So 10cm HS, IWG or EWG? What are you going to use for injectors? I'm surprised you did not go rotated with your build. I had always planned to rotate but with all I currently have into the stock location set up we figured give the Dom 3.5XT-R/ 8cm a go with my EWG.

I basically had this complete mod list from above on the stock EJ255 with the VF48 and made great power on both 93 and E85, huge torque gains and top end with the EWG. I really like the KB Holy Header, they help fast spool and great flow. Dom advised me to stay with the 65mm intake as he will tune it with MAF/ Speed Density hybrid, so good drive-ability and good performance up top.

There is no dyno data on this turbo yet, Even Blouch has not posted up any data on it. I spent a bit of time discussing it with Mike and he said go with the 8cm HS because of my EWG set up. He said I won't loose much at all up top. l may have one of the first graphs up on this turbo. I psyched to see what it produces and like the more closely matched hot and cold side wheels of this turbo, it's similar to the GTX3576 and that looks to be making good power!

Good luck with your build!!

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Old 09-19-2012, 06:39 PM   #28
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Same Turbo Dom 3.5 xtr w/ a 10 cm h.s ,Kelf 199-j , D25 heads, wild Pnp job, dog leg/bowl blend, supertech,valves, springs n ret, Ap EL headers ,KS 73mm CAI
Still not totally together, need to fig out FMIC set up, I may go reverse manifold
I hope u can get tuned, I'm very interested to see what you put down
Robert
shoot me a pm this weekend...depending on your fmic, I may be able to help you.

i just reversed my IM also, and have had a hellova time making it work
Hopefully done this weekend
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Old 09-26-2012, 05:51 PM   #29
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I talked to both Dom and Dewey today to keep this moving and the dates that seem like will work for Dom, Dewey, Layvon and myself looks like 2nd or 3rd week of October. SEMA is the last week of the month so that is out.

Dewey is working on getting Dom into Chicago and securing a dyno. I am going to check back with him the end of this week. We will need firm commitments on the cars that need to be tuned at that point.

I will report back here so stay tuned.

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Old 09-26-2012, 08:02 PM   #30
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So no AVCS on your motor. What block are you running? So 10cm HS, IWG or EWG? What are you going to use for injectors? I'm surprised you did not go rotated with your build. I had always planned to rotate but with all I currently have into the stock location set up we figured give the Dom 3.5XT-R/ 8cm a go with my EWG.

I basically had this complete mod list from above on the stock EJ255 with the VF48 and made great power on both 93 and E85, huge torque gains and top end with the EWG. I really like the KB Holy Header, they help fast spool and great flow. Dom advised me to stay with the 65mm intake as he will tune it with MAF/ Speed Density hybrid, so good drive-ability and good performance up top.

There is no dyno data on this turbo yet, Even Blouch has not posted up any data on it. I spent a bit of time discussing it with Mike and he said go with the 8cm HS because of my EWG set up. He said I won't loose much at all up top. l may have one of the first graphs up on this turbo. I psyched to see what it produces and like the more closely matched hot and cold side wheels of this turbo, it's similar to the GTX3576 and that looks to be making good power!

Good luck with your build!!
Ooops, forgot the R in the 199-j, yes AVCS, EWG(38mm) Sleeved Destroked 2.5, ID1k Injctrs
Like you, I have waay to much into my stock location set up to got rotated... I sorta "fell" into this turbo, otherwise I'd have done a precision 6260 or similar , My build isn't quite done, so this moving the date thing is fine by me.
I'm looking @ the middle of Oct before she's up n moving
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Old 09-26-2012, 08:37 PM   #31
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Lets shoot for November 2nd! Will give us all a bit.more time to get things 100% ready. I know I changed so much there's bound to be one leak or something.

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Old 09-26-2012, 09:18 PM   #32
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Lets shoot for November 2nd! Will give us all a bit.more time to get things 100% ready. I know I changed so much there's bound to be one leak or something.

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The wheels are already in motion. Nothing like a deadline to get things buttoned up! LOL
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Old 09-29-2012, 11:07 AM   #33
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Hey Dewey,
Any luck lining up things and nailing down dates? I have some dates below that will hopefully work out with you guys.
SEMA show is 10/30- 11/2 so these dates are taken.
I am booked for work on Saturday 10/27 but could be in Chicago on Sunday 10/28.
I am open the weekend of 10/20-21.
We could do it right after SEMA on the weekend of 11/3-4 if that works better for folks. I am booked for work the following weekend 11/8-12.
Let me know what's up.
Thanks!
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Old 09-29-2012, 09:57 PM   #34
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I'm available pretty much any weekend as long as my car starts and Dewey / Dominic can make it. Any other from up there in the first posts?
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Old 09-30-2012, 01:06 AM   #35
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I was but I am.out. just picked up Wagon from.parents after sitting for few months and.have a. Decent oil leak somewhere..
And clutch pedal feels.extremely low
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Old 10-02-2012, 09:37 AM   #36
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Unfortunately I can't make this happen anymore. I was hit by a car on my bike and now have medical bills to pay. Sorry guys.
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Old 10-02-2012, 01:04 PM   #37
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Wow that sucks guys. I still think we can make this happen. I should have a bit of time to iron this out today. I'll get back with you guys a bit later
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Old 10-02-2012, 01:23 PM   #38
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h2oridr, that sucks big time! I am an avid rider, both road and mtb. I've had close calls with cars on the road bike but luckily have averted collisions. Sorry for your misfortune. Did the driver stop and are they helping you?

Dewey, Please keep us posted, all systems go for tuning per dates above ^^ thanks!
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Old 10-02-2012, 05:41 PM   #39
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Alright guys this is skinny. The soonest we can pull this off is the 8th-11th unfortunately. We can go later than that but this is the soonest. What are we all thinking?
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I think a little later. Can it include a weekend? Layvon what are your needs with the timing?
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8-11th of October or November? I am by no means ready to go by Monday

I could care less if I have to wait a little longer. It will give me time to do everything nicely and not have to rush. Could pull motor out, retorque head studs and check clearances out one more time.

Dom is hopefully getting me my base tune this week, so once it's fired up, 1000-1500 miles is nothing to put on. Could drive up to houghton and back with a mountain bike and tear it up for LSPR And come back ready to rock the dyno.

Obviously I want my car done, but I've learned to be patient.
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Dewey I pmed ya about valve cover gasket labor.
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8-11th of October or November? I am by no means ready to go by Monday

I could care less if I have to wait a little longer. It will give me time to do everything nicely and not have to rush. Could pull motor out, retorque head studs and check clearances out one more time.

Dom is hopefully getting me my base tune this week, so once it's fired up, 1000-1500 miles is nothing to put on. Could drive up to houghton and back with a mountain bike and tear it up for LSPR And come back ready to rock the dyno.

Obviously I want my car done, but I've learned to be patient.

Sorry, November. We have to wait after SEMA basically.
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The Later the better for me too... But I AM getting CLOSER!!!!
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Sorry, November. We have to wait after SEMA basically.
Perfect.

That will give me 2 weekends to put miles on, and 2 weekends to Yank motor and verify everything. Assuming I get my basr tune this weekend.

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The Later the better for me too... But I AM getting CLOSER!!!!

What do you have left to do?
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Old 10-03-2012, 08:31 AM   #46
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h2oridr, that sucks big time! I am an avid rider, both road and mtb. I've had close calls with cars on the road bike but luckily have averted collisions. Sorry for your misfortune. Did the driver stop and are they helping you?

Dewey, Please keep us posted, all systems go for tuning per dates above ^^ thanks!

Unfortunately the driver did not stop. Without going into detail, a passer by called it in so no help. Thankfully I have insurance but that doesnt help with the deductible, missing work and fixing my bike. Im lucky I relatively walked away from it. If anything changes with my status I will let you guys know.
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Old 10-03-2012, 11:19 AM   #47
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Sorry, November. We have to wait after SEMA basically.
I can't make it November 8th thru 12th as I will be on a business trip. I could do it before then or after that time. Lets get this scheduled so we can plan for it
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Old 10-03-2012, 12:13 PM   #48
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Unfortunately the driver did not stop. Without going into detail, a passer by called it in so no help. Thankfully I have insurance but that doesnt help with the deductible, missing work and fixing my bike. Im lucky I relatively walked away from it. If anything changes with my status I will let you guys know.
F' ing unbelievable, someone hits you on your bike with their car and they don't stop. What an ass hole! Anyone ID the car license? Sucks deductible, work and bike. It's good that you're OK! It's looking like November now so hopefully you can make the session.

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Old 10-03-2012, 12:35 PM   #49
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So we don't lose Manitou, can we do this from Nov. 15th-18th then?
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Old 10-03-2012, 12:41 PM   #50
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So we don't lose Manitou, can we do this from Nov. 15th-18th then?
I hope so, since I was the one that instigated this tuning session This works for me and I am putting it on the calendar.
Thanks Dewey!
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