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Old 02-02-2009, 11:38 PM   #26
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so after all day testing and dyno pulls. my Stock fuel pressure regulator is shot. car was running lean from not getting enough fuel. so once some funds come in, i will get an updated plot..

Rob, when i get back in NYC. i will definitely stop by
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Old 02-03-2009, 07:32 PM   #27
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Hey Glenn, I'm glad you got everything sorted out. The power numbers look great. Was the starting issue (before the tune) related to a vacuum leak? The APS inlet is a pain to install.
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Old 02-03-2009, 07:41 PM   #28
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E85 is about 112 octane it says 105 on the pump but its 112 on average. Its will also spool that turbo faster... get that tune lol. But for real sick ride bet it moves, I like the dark look.
Care to share where this information comes from? Please don't say 'someone' told you.

Typical knock-engine tests of pure ethanol (E100) shows up as about 112-113. When blended with a lower octane pump fuel (it is usually blended with 85-86 grade stock), the outcome is something in the 105-106 range. The percentage of gasoline varies by season, and in the winter the E85 can actually be E70, but with equivilent octane by proper blending.

It is also instructive to note the stand alone octane does not always correspond to the blending octane, as in Toluene and Xylene. The blending values are not linear.

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Old 02-03-2009, 10:01 PM   #29
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Hey Glenn, I'm glad you got everything sorted out. The power numbers look great. Was the starting issue (before the tune) related to a vacuum leak? The APS inlet is a pain to install.
Chris. all the lines were good. the issue was we forgot to put a rubber O ring around the fuel lines. something simple like i assumed. once that was worked out. The fuel pump assembly was leaking. once that was fixed, the damn fuel pressure regulator is not delivering the fuel. So i have to swap it out because mine is dead. i have 950CC injectors and they are running at 90%. The car is running too lean under boost because the regulator is not increasing pressure but staying at 43PSi at WOT at 20PSI. the pump is fine. Its always something.lol. i thank Yimisport a lot because of there patience and recommend them to anyone. They spent all day on my car and went above and beyond to help with the solution.
At one point on the dyno, the car made 393 ft lbs but was too lean. Paul said once the issues are worked out, I will be over 400 ft lbs but my horsepower we doubt will be above 370whp which is still awesome numbers crappy 91.
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Old 02-04-2009, 01:46 AM   #30
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Hey Glenn, I'm glad you got everything sorted out. The power numbers look great. Was the starting issue (before the tune) related to a vacuum leak? The APS inlet is a pain to install.
Tsk, tsk, tsk Chris. You do know that leaving out all 4 fuel rail to TGV seats will create a wee little vacuum leak don't cha? Oooooops!
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Tsk, tsk, tsk Chris. You do know that leaving out all 4 fuel rail to TGV seats will create a wee little vacuum leak don't cha? Oooooops!
Hate to pass the buck, but those were already installed when I got there. I am actually pretty meticulous when I start an install. When I did Jaime's (from start to finish) I believe you and Yim commented on how nice the install was. Also when I installed my 20G, Tim Bailey commented on how it was one of the nicest self installed he had ever seen. He said he usually is very leary about self-installed setups, but I was an exception.
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Care to share where this information comes from? Please don't say 'someone' told you.

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E-85 fuel faq Im pretty sure I may be wrong... Care to throw me a link to your information? (Either way I will take 105 for $1.42 a gallon! )

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Old 02-04-2009, 09:45 PM   #33
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Hate to pass the buck, but those were already installed when I got there. I am actually pretty meticulous when I start an install. When I did Jaime's (from start to finish) I believe you and Yim commented on how nice the install was. Also when I installed my 20G, Tim Bailey commented on how it was one of the nicest self installed he had ever seen. He said he usually is very leary about self-installed setups, but I was an exception.
this is true Paul, those were installed by another buddie who had to drill the TGV.
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Old 02-05-2009, 06:37 PM   #34
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thumb up, nice numbers, nice car!
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Old 02-05-2009, 08:58 PM   #35
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thanks a lot
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Glad everything panned out for you!
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Old 02-21-2009, 01:17 PM   #37
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You got the ATP installed yet?
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Old 02-21-2009, 01:35 PM   #38
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You got the ATP installed yet?
Yeah its been in awhile now, haven't fully tuned it (way too busy) last run I plotted put me in the 380/380 range at 21.5 psi.
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Old 02-21-2009, 01:45 PM   #39
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Nice.
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Old 02-21-2009, 02:00 PM   #40
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nice #'s man.but i think your leaving power on the table with the tmic.especially because you said you would sacrifice spool for more power up top.i would think you would be closer to 400whp on a dynojet with this turbo.nice car none the less.

oh and how much is the e85 in brentwood?
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Glad everything panned out for you!
well everything still wasnt planned out. we were having fuel issues. finally fixed it hopefully and we will see in two weeks when i return from S.D.
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Yeah its been in awhile now, haven't fully tuned it (way too busy) last run I plotted put me in the 380/380 range at 21.5 psi.
was this on camel piss or corn???
what injectors did you end up running??
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Old 02-21-2009, 06:40 PM   #43
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nice #'s man.but i think your leaving power on the table with the tmic.especially because you said you would sacrifice spool for more power up top.i would think you would be closer to 400whp on a dynojet with this turbo.nice car none the less.

oh and how much is the e85 in brentwood?
definitely leaving alot on the table. a FMIC i think will put me over the 400whp mark on pump i think. but i know i will need a bigger intake with E85.
i might go with the FMIC when i deploy in may along with a clutch. all this is still on the stock clutch.


E85 is about $2.29 i think.. havent been there in two weeks
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Damn E-85 is $1.40 here in MN lol...
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105 octane for $1.40 is beautiful.
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wow,i did not know e85 was that cheap!now im definately doing it now.ya,no way stock clutch will hold on e85.


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definitely leaving alot on the table. a FMIC i think will put me over the 400whp mark on pump i think. but i know i will need a bigger intake with E85.
i might go with the FMIC when i deploy in may along with a clutch. all this is still on the stock clutch.


E85 is about $2.29 i think.. havent been there in two weeks
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was this on camel piss or corn???
what injectors did you end up running??
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That is on ca91, my software reads about 5-9% lower than a DJ as well. Haven't had time to see where E85 would put me, hell this is already more than I need.
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That is on ca91, my software reads about 5-9% lower than a DJ as well.
I've had a few cars that had run on other real dynos that were supposed to read lower than my DJ. One made exactly the same power and the others made LESS power here than on the other dyno.

As for 5-9% less.... well.... that would mean you would be making 400-414whp here if your claim and math are correct. You are more than welcome to bring the car up and run it here. If it makes what you claim for 2 out 3 runs the dyno time is free. If it falls short you owe me double our normal $90 3 pulls fee... How confident are you?
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I've had a few cars that had run on other real dynos that were supposed to read lower than my DJ. One made exactly the same power and the others made LESS power here than on the other dyno.

As for 5-9% less.... well.... that would mean you would be making 400-414whp here if your claim and math are correct. You are more than welcome to bring the car up and run it here. If it makes what you claim for 2 out 3 runs the dyno time is free. If it falls short you owe me double our normal $90 3 pulls fee... How confident are you?

I like it.

I will put my money on infamous. But who knows. Would love to see it though.
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I've had a few cars that had run on other real dynos that were supposed to read lower than my DJ. One made exactly the same power and the others made LESS power here than on the other dyno.

As for 5-9% less.... well.... that would mean you would be making 400-414whp here if your claim and math are correct. You are more than welcome to bring the car up and run it here. If it makes what you claim for 2 out 3 runs the dyno time is free. If it falls short you owe me double our normal $90 3 pulls fee... How confident are you?
Nice a challenge...
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