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Old 02-13-2001, 01:38 PM   #1
kastle
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Well, we are back up and moving along. I ordered a Vortech SFMU from Summit Racing earlier today. This should assist or fix the fuel problems (or lack there of). I hope to get it in late this week and maybe even get the car back this weekend.

Lets hope. I still am really wanting to get it to the track, while working, and post some numbers.

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Old 02-14-2001, 08:49 PM   #2
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What, no comments?
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Old 02-14-2001, 09:21 PM   #3
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programing a Retard in the timing at WOT should take care of the backfire problem (detonation atleast). You can also trick the MAF a bit by only putting it to the left side of the intake manifold(but the more i see, it would take alot of modification wiht your turbo)...then running the right side in sepereatly without the MAF. This will help out a bit for higher boost....the only problem may be that the engine has an MIP mapping sequence that takes the overall air/fuel ratio's and adjust them accordingly to what has already happend(as to the prediction unit invovled with the MAF sensor)....but the vortech unit will not see it(its one of those ultra safty features Subaru added, it retards timing Immeadiatly to funky gas and such to save your engine so unless you run gas from your local *****co station your fine). The stock manifold flows at 900+CFM, so no problem there. Also, Kastle do you drive around town all the time with the resistor disconnected? If so, i suggest putting a 3.4ohm resistor in there from radio shack. its virtually NO resistance at all, (in theory, its the equivalent to the resistance conducted through 200 guage wire) but at the same time, you will recieve no error light.....(this, believe it or not , can cuase the transmission to go into limp home mode...and will shut down after 3300 rounds consistantly. If you dont have the right ECU, crushing the noise resistor on the ecu will do virtually the same thing as the resistance mod, so if you have done that to your ECU...DEFINETLY DONT DONT DRIVE AROUND WITH IT!!!) Well enough chattering for me, keep me informed as to how the dig. ignition does, im curious to see if the injectors are needed.
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Old 02-14-2001, 09:27 PM   #4
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I drive around, when the car is running and down here, with the resistor off. No problems at all with it. But I've only put on about 1500 miles with it disconnected.

Why would you put a 3.4ohm on it?
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Old 02-15-2001, 01:16 PM   #5
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By reducing the resistance, there will be a harder shift(almost as hard) And at the same time it will keep enough current flow through to keep the transmission from taking an interest in a possible destructive problem, and throwing your car into Limp mode
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Old 02-15-2001, 01:37 PM   #6
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OK, makes sense. I am going without due to Roberts suggestion. He feels that without the resistance, more fluid flows through the transmission. He says having the resistor installed is very bad, but I haven't asked about a lower ohm one.

I'll ask when I talk to him next
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