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Old 03-19-2013, 09:55 PM   #1851
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I need to do a VD of my car to see how she is doing. Is VD easy to setup?
Super easy. Download the VD file, It's in excel. Then log the parameters when doing a pull. Save the log as a csv td file. Then open it with VD. You'll have to input info about your car and save the profile for your car in the custom list.

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Old 03-19-2013, 10:12 PM   #1852
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3d gear 19 psi pump numbers "need to lean it out a bit was tuning with ecu not reading gauge correctly"

10 psi at 3300 rpm
20 psi at 3800 rpm

EGT was at 1300 F on this pull which is low any ideas guy?
Excess fuel?

I'd start the pulls earlier 2200-2500. Looks pretty good for 19psi!
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Old 03-19-2013, 10:22 PM   #1853
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Excess fuel?
yeah it had lots of stumble when gas was pressed,

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I'd start the pulls earlier 2200-2500. Looks pretty good for 19psi!
i know, i had cars behind me on freeway 2200 rpm is like 40 mph in 3d
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Old 03-19-2013, 10:34 PM   #1854
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yeah it had lots of stumble when gas was pressed,

i know, i had cars behind me on freeway 2200 rpm is like 40 mph in 3d
Yeah the other drivers would be like WTF the guys doing 40.....and now he's gone probably doing 100! What a crazy azz!! Lol
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Old 03-20-2013, 01:44 AM   #1855
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Super easy. Download the VD file, It's in excel. Then log the parameters when doing a pull. Save the log as a csv td file. Then open it with VD. You'll have to input info about your car and save the profile for your car in the custom list.
You also need to open the log before importing it into vd and delete the non WOT cells or your curve will look all goofy before you stomped the gas and after you let off.
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Old 03-20-2013, 04:09 AM   #1856
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i noticed that before, now in vipec i zoom in to 100 TP area and export that to csv.
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Old 03-20-2013, 08:01 AM   #1857
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You also need to open the log before importing it into vd and delete the non WOT cells or your curve will look all goofy before you stomped the gas and after you let off.
Yep forgot to note that. It's not Excel based either which I thought it was.
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Old 03-20-2013, 12:32 PM   #1858
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Airboy is the excel based road dyno.

Also, if you're utilizing fast poll in romraider you really need to disable it for dyno runs....or go through and delete all the dual rpm data points. There are a bunch of them in fast poll logs, especially on 16bit cars and they screw up teh curves also since its basically showing the rpm didnt rise over a time stamp increase.
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Old 03-20-2013, 12:56 PM   #1859
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next thing i want is to silent the demn exhaust, what you guys thing of Q300 will i notice big difference from G200?

Or buy varex adjustible muffler "i can have vipec open the vavle when say i press over 60% TP or over 120 kpa
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Old 03-20-2013, 01:00 PM   #1860
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Airboy is the excel based road dyno.

Also, if you're utilizing fast poll in romraider you really need to disable it for dyno runs....or go through and delete all the dual rpm data points. There are a bunch of them in fast poll logs, especially on 16bit cars and they screw up teh curves also since its basically showing the rpm didnt rise over a time stamp increase.
Yep, Airboy is Excel and VD is a stand alone program. Both work well, but I think VD is far easier to use.

Definitely turn off fast polling if you're logging to make a power plot. Not only are there duplicate data points, but there are some that even go backwards! This creates big spikes that can skew the numbers.

Also, VD is set up to automatically trim to only 100% TPS. As long as you don't go WOT more than once in a single log, then it should show you the correct plot without any manipulation.
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Old 03-20-2013, 01:06 PM   #1861
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next thing i want is to silent the demn exhaust, what you guys thing of Q300 will i notice big difference from G200?

Or buy varex adjustible muffler "i can have vipec open the vavle when say i press over 60% TP or over 120 kpa
I did that very swap on my car, g200 to q300, no difference at all power wise, the q300 is still a straight through exhaust, just with a little more bend in the axle pipe section, a larger canister and the rolled tip which i firmly believe is what makes it less raspy. It's still loud after a few days of use, but nowhere near the g200 levels. I love mine, especially the fact that it resembles the oe muffler.

Hope that helps some!

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Old 03-20-2013, 01:12 PM   #1862
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^ there are differences in the plots if you take teh same log and plot it trimmed vs utrimmed. 25-50 ft*lbs difference at low rpm. at least on the log i just checked.
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Old 03-20-2013, 01:25 PM   #1863
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Yep, Airboy is Excel and VD is a stand alone program. Both work well, but I think VD is far easier to use.

Definitely turn off fast polling if you're logging to make a power plot. Not only are there duplicate data points, but there are some that even go backwards! This creates big spikes that can skew the numbers.

Also, VD is set up to automatically trim to only 100% TPS. As long as you don't go WOT more than once in a single log, then it should show you the correct plot without any manipulation.
Interesting I did not know that about the less than 100%. I just assumed that you needed to trim that out so I always did. I use the Cobb AP V2b for logging and it's very easy with VD.

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^ there are differences in the plots if you take teh same log and plot it trimmed vs utrimmed. 25-50 ft*lbs difference at low rpm. at least on the log i just checked.
Are you saying you get different readings/ plots with and without the trimming of the less than 100% TPS on VD?

I have the full logs and the trimmed logs so I'll have to check that out!
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Old 03-20-2013, 01:30 PM   #1864
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Are you saying you get different readings/ plots with and without the trimming of the less than 100% TPS on VD?
Yes, thats what i said.

Took a log, trimmed out the non 100% throttle, saved as "trimmed"....loaded that file and the origianl into VD....plots are different.
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Old 03-20-2013, 01:33 PM   #1865
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^^ then I'll continue to trim mine before loading, Thanks!
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Old 03-20-2013, 01:37 PM   #1866
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I'll have to check that out. I wouldn't expect that. Does it read higher with or without the trimming? What happens if you don't trim it and move the little RPM sliders?
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Old 03-20-2013, 01:46 PM   #1867
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this particular log, the trimmed data reads higher.

you can see it in the sliders too....trimmed log 3000rpm to 6500rpm, the non trimmed sliders are 800rpm to 6900rpm. its not removing the data like you think it is.
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Old 06-01-2013, 11:46 PM   #1868
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Yo Anton. Getting my knock control sorted out a bit. I had a timing mishap last night but I got to see what actual knock looked like and with my gains I am able to listen to kncok on all 4 cylinders. I need to tweak the gain on clinder 4 but you can see all four cylinders pretty clearly with the filters and gains setup right.

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Old 06-02-2013, 02:07 AM   #1869
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Yo Anton. Getting my knock control sorted out a bit. I had a timing mishap last night but I got to see what actual knock looked like and with my gains I am able to listen to kncok on all 4 cylinders. I need to tweak the gain on clinder 4 but you can see all four cylinders pretty clearly with the filters and gains setup right.

Dangit. I was waiting for someone to post something like this. Now I NEED to switchover to the vipec. I really want the per cylinder gain. I hope the process I explained earlier didnt confuse you.
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Old 06-02-2013, 07:46 AM   #1870
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Dangit. I was waiting for someone to post something like this. Now I NEED to switchover to the vipec. I really want the per cylinder gain. I hope the process I explained earlier didnt confuse you.
You wont regret it! Start learning the software now though. Its closer to the cobb style stuff. But you can setup the table axis so it looks kind of like the aem. Haha. Everything is so smooth. I went from a -8ish psi idle vacuum to a -9.1 to -9.4 psi vacuum. The idle is rock solid. Can't even tell I have big cams. It's ridiculous.
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Old 07-15-2013, 09:15 PM   #1871
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Hey guys, been long time sine i checked this place

Just did oil change decided ti try out Enos 5w40 as castrol turns to **** after 1k miles...

Also did compression check on engine everything at 125 psi, i got about 6k miles on it.
Runs strong!
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Old 07-15-2013, 09:35 PM   #1872
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Yo Anton, where you been? How's your beauty running? You have the nicest and most stealth 07 STI in my opinion!

I've been running Motul 5w40 and I can't believe how clean and well it holds up!

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Old 10-21-2013, 01:27 PM   #1873
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Thanks Allan, car runs great!
Found some old pics of my turbo setups

My first Blouch Dom3 R 10cm "not so much of big pimping this days lol"


Garret 35R Twinscroll twijn gated


Current: EFR TS 7670 IWG
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Old 10-23-2013, 11:06 PM   #1874
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good to know she still runs strong. i figured as much, since we havent seen any pissed off anton posts lately
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Old 10-24-2013, 12:19 AM   #1875
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Nice progression Anton! Glad she's hanging tough! I do like your car!
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