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Old 03-07-2013, 02:56 PM   #101
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Thanks for posting this. Wasn't exactly sure on which injectors to go with for my build, which will basically be this minus a couple things. So now I can feel confident with going with 750's and have an IDC <80%
There's better out there for tuning and idle however! 750 is more than enough for a stock to mild turbo.
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Old 04-22-2013, 01:05 PM   #102
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I can't believe this was parted out. This is an inspiration for sticking with the stock VF52.
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Old 04-22-2013, 08:02 PM   #103
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I hope my 08 with a vf52 swap will make some nice numbers like yours.

My set up

Forged Manley piston 99.75 with .020" bore
Acl race bearings
Tomei elh
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And it will be open source tuned by jr tuner at P&L Motorsports this week.

I am hoping to make 320+ awhp and same for tq
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Old 04-23-2013, 06:47 AM   #104
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I hope my 08 with a vf52 swap will make some nice numbers like yours.

My set up

Forged Manley piston 99.75 with .020" bore
Acl race bearings
Tomei elh
Ap up pipe
Megan dp
Spt cat-back
Perrin inlet
Perrin intake
Gms ebcs
Ipr top mount
Walbro 255fp
Id1000
Group n engine mounts
Act hd street disc
And it will be open source tuned by jr tuner at P&L Motorsports this week.

I am hoping to make 320+ awhp and same for tq
Don't be surprised if you don't. Most of those mods don't add power and I'm wondering with somewhat of a small turbo what that will do with a more bored out motor. Your setup seems to be ready for a larger turbo and not a <40lbs/min one. Will be interesting with Jr behind the wheel though. I personally wouldn't do dyno runs since that top mount will kill you. If you have nice flat safe highways I'd do it all on the road and use Airboy for the numbers.
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Old 04-23-2013, 10:21 AM   #105
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How so will the top mount hurt me?

I did have an 18g recently in with a conservative tune by jr an I made 322/352 so I mean I don't really want any more then that because I don't have money for a new trans. My goal is to one day put a six speed and then a gt28
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Old 04-23-2013, 12:20 PM   #106
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How so will the top mount hurt me?

I did have an 18g recently in with a conservative tune by jr an I made 322/352 so I mean I don't really want any more then that because I don't have money for a new trans. My goal is to one day put a six speed and then a gt28
The top mount won't, the top mount on a dyno will. Personally I don't see the point of a dyno. You're in a hot ass area, not sufficient real world air flow, heat soak of everything extra and your making Ecu changes based off of data thats being effected by where you are and what you're doing. If jr tunes on the street and uses airboy your tune and numbers will be way more accurate! In which case your TMIC will get the air flow it needs.

Why bore the motor? Yeah I'm not a fan of a 18g. Most don't put out that much more than the vf52/vf48.
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Old 04-23-2013, 12:59 PM   #107
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I made killer power on my 18g on my EJ22e setup. 365awhp/369awtq. Also airboys must be used in cordence with a PERFECTLY FLAT ROAD. Otherwise it skews the numbers one way or another.


Who tuned your car last time? I know me and eric worked on it before.
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Old 04-23-2013, 01:01 PM   #108
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Just like no way to mess with the mustang, dynojet, dyna pack you're on right?

what can i say? car weighed 3221 with me in it and 12 gallons of fuel, it was 37* out with 68% humidity, tires are 205/60/16, done in 3rd gear on at flat road at 1130 feet. not really much to alter here little boy.
Dynojet no newer ones can't be cheated with out ****ing with temptures to throw the correction factors off

Mustangs can be cheated easily by recalibrating the weight

DynaPacks are easy to **** with also.
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Old 04-23-2013, 01:29 PM   #109
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I made killer power on my 18g on my EJ22e setup. 365awhp/369awtq. Also airboys must be used in cordence with a PERFECTLY FLAT ROAD. Otherwise it skews the numbers one way or another.


Who tuned your car last time? I know me and eric worked on it before.
That is good for a e22 but that's just medium power. No matter how you got there mid 300's is a FUN car but I wouldnt call it amazing or killer power. Plus 400's to me is killer territory. Weren't you on e85 also? Imagine my number if I was too!!! I'm just saying a 18g isn't anything amazing now a days with what the stock turbos are capable of. As for airboy that's why you find a flat road and do runs in both direction and average the numbers. The end tune will still be better then a dyno.

This posts tune here I believe was a friend that got me started then I finished it up after I felt like I knew enough. My sig numbers was Phatron which I had him look at a few things because my normal drive map was a little bouncy. Ended up being the modified TXS CAI and me opening the front bumper for a ram air affect. The air was messing with my MAF sensor under light throttle and coasting.

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Old 04-23-2013, 01:32 PM   #110
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The top mount won't, the top mount on a dyno will. Personally I don't see the point of a dyno. You're in a hot ass area, not sufficient real world air flow, heat soak of everything extra and your making Ecu changes based off of data thats being effected by where you are and what you're doing. If jr tunes on the street and uses airboy your tune and numbers will be way more accurate! In which case your TMIC will get the air flow it needs.

Why bore the motor? Yeah I'm not a fan of a 18g. Most don't put out that much more than the vf52/vf48.

I spun a bearing so I did a small built with a bore
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Old 04-23-2013, 01:41 PM   #111
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Dynojet no newer ones can't be cheated with out ****ing with temptures to throw the correction factors off

Mustangs can be cheated easily by recalibrating the weight

DynaPacks are easy to **** with also.
Well you only cheat yourself if you or your tuner messes with stuff!! I know you printed me out a sheet before by clicking different correction numbers. You wanted the best looking with the biggest numbers so that's a form of cheating with a dynojet is it not? Specially since the numbers change more than a little.

As for airboy I didn't cheat. I averaged a road, weighed my car with me and correct amount of gas, plugged in the correct tire and wheel size, correct gear, checked the temp and atmos pressure right after the run etc. I'll admit I "cheated" a little doing the runs at night when it was cooler but that's also when there's no traffic. I'll never be convinced airboy isn't the best dyno tool.
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Old 04-24-2013, 05:40 PM   #112
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315whp on the local dynojet does about 109-110. 305 on the airboy usually gets me 110 on customer cars.

In your case, your not one of the guys bragging about a 400whp vf

You know what you make, you know how the car feels, and your ready to get traps.

So regardless of power, you know whats up!! hahah,

have fun with it dude,

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Just checked and I was actually wrong. The dynojet I use on SAE, 315 will get you 107, 325-330 110ish. So your dynojet is right on there.
hahah ur so funny
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Old 04-24-2013, 05:42 PM   #113
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i make almost the same power with the same mods... 350/380 on 20psi
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Old 04-24-2013, 05:43 PM   #114
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enjoy the car tons of fun!
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Old 04-24-2013, 06:37 PM   #115
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i make almost the same power with the same mods... 350/380 on 20psi
This statement always bugs me. U can't say just one psi!! TQ will be one psi and will be your bottom end. HP will be your other psi on the top end and you have to state that! Unless you have an aftermarket turbo that can run the same psi all the way to redline, u still have to say your full range.
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Old 04-24-2013, 07:19 PM   #116
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This statement always bugs me. U can't say just one psi!! TQ will be one psi and will be your bottom end. HP will be your other psi on the top end and you have to state that! Unless you have an aftermarket turbo that can run the same psi all the way to redline, u still have to say your full range.
Also one psi is not pushing the same cfm from car to car.
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Old 04-24-2013, 10:09 PM   #117
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Update with my set up and tune. I believe I ended up with 309hp and 346tq but I don't have the dyno sheet to be sure
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Old 08-18-2013, 04:27 PM   #118
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How do you mod your stock fpr , and is it safe ?


Also, at what kinda horsepower figures , do I have to start considering an aftermarket/modded FPR ?
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Old 08-18-2013, 04:43 PM   #119
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How do you mod your stock fpr , and is it safe ?


Also, at what kinda horsepower figures , do I have to start considering an aftermarket/modded FPR ?
You delete the bypass that's in the unit. Fuel goes into the unit but can then leak back out to the gas tank. I'd say its safe because I did it durr.

Stock horse power! These motors can blow for a lot of reasons. One reason I believe is the horrible fuel line configuration and bypass back to the tank. Run a parallel fuel line configuration and a two way fpr and you're gtg.
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