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Old 09-13-2019, 09:13 AM   #326
JarHarms
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Last evening I got a few things done. Swapped in fresh coolant and in process I dumped coolant all over like a fool. Installed the undertray with some added heat shielding underneath the headers.


Hijacked the FF sensor to use as a test bench. So far I ran samples of E0, E7, E80, and E92 to compare the SensVolts to Water Tube results. My attempt to improving the transfer correlation.


My boost leak cap apparently grew legs and walked off. So I pulled the WRX out of the garage and swept the garage floor of all the debris built over it's slumber. Off to McMaster today for some parts to build another boost leak cap and a larger gauge to do some MAP and FPsi sensor tests. Trying to get a few things done prior to being out for a work trip all next week. And yes I still am waiting for my trunk lid....


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Cool. I do like that hose and routing on the first photo, the E% and fuel psi sensors on the bracket. It is nicely packaged for a TMIC application. The control box is a bit "there" but I suppose function over form. I wonder why they do not use the newer (smaller form) Continental FF sensor?
Yellow clamps must indicate they can withstand 6,599 mph hyper-sonic speeds! Best of luck on your project.
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Old 09-18-2019, 08:01 AM   #327
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Cool. I do like that hose and routing on the first photo, the E% and fuel psi sensors on the bracket. It is nicely packaged for a TMIC application. The control box is a bit "there" but I suppose function over form. I wonder why they do not use the newer (smaller form) Continental FF sensor?
Yellow clamps must indicate they can withstand 6,599 mph hyper-sonic speeds! Best of luck on your project.[/quote]

Ya im not to fond of the Control Box mounting. I have constructed a Carbon Fiber Bracket to mount it directly above the fuel filter so it will be out of sight soon........ Yep The Axles are rated just under 1 parsec. maybe Lightspeed IDK

BTW LOVE THE HEAT SHIELDING YOU ADDED! IM GOING TO HAVE TO COPY YOU!


This is my new e85 Sensor I just received
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Old 09-26-2019, 09:38 AM   #328
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Retrieved my trunk lid last week. Surprisingly it was painted, although not quite up to my standards.
On it went then dove right into road testing and data logs. Working through initial stuffs and MAF checks. E-tuning is going really well so far. Some weirdness with this ECM not allowing beyond 20 data log parameters. Only low load drives on 93oct pump fuel so far.
Loud...really LOUD...did I mention it's LOUD? I really underestimated a Tomei catback with a catless downpipe and UEL header. Probably going to have to address reducing volume after tuning is completed. Maybe that dumb silencer that Tomei sent with it. Adding a catalyst might help but I'm doubtful.

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Old 10-09-2019, 08:55 AM   #329
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Have been spending time primarily on driving through map revisions, taking datalogs, and emailing JazTuning. Last datalogs were on E85, 25psi, and some reduced timing. So far so good. Hoping to get this wrapped up before old man winter shows up.

Ordered another catback just in case I get too much attention on the Tomei. Would have liked a MadDad Whisper but not willing to take a risk on ordering it. Looked at Cobb but it's just marked up too much for what it really is. Went with an Invidia Q300 since I got it at a reasonable sale price. At this time I am sticking to the Tomei through e-tuning and will decide later what to do. I like the Tomei on a stock-ish car. Between the sound level on my current mods and also now that "everyone" has a Tomei, it is just a bit ehh...

Between maps I ended up getting the rear spoiler bolted back on. So now I have a 3rd stop lamp and I'm no longer wingless (I'm just not in the wingless camp). Looks alright.


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Old 10-09-2019, 12:26 PM   #330
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Looks good man. better than I expected
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Old 10-09-2019, 04:13 PM   #331
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Looks good man. better than I expected
Thanks.
I am aware this spoiler isn't for everyone, but I like it pretty good.
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