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Old 02-26-2011, 04:27 PM
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hey ed what do the vf's hold psi at 7100? 23-25?
Not even close . On a 2.5l, they usually taper off to about 15-16psi by redline and about 18-19psi on a 2.0l. I did have one car, however, that would hold 19psi to 7k RPM on a 2.5l. We could never figure out why that particular turbo was so gifted.

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Old 02-26-2011, 04:28 PM
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I have ever bolt on, plus full Aeromotive full kit and FPR. Stock motor, I think Miles tuned it very conservative so my motor will last! 18psi was 379whp on there dyno! Only thing left to do is upgrade my TMIC and work on a nice custom oil cooler. Been holding off on gauges because I don't like the look of having bunch of gauges inside my car, built my car to look stock. Plus my car has only 4,200 miles on the car and have owned it for 4 years! Don't really drive her much, I'm running a Blouch Dom 2.5xtr.

[email protected]? wow! look into the zeitronix digital display small and reads afr,egt,boost,lambda or fuel pressure too. its clean and holds peak readings.

4200 miles stop posting and start driving.
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Originally Posted by EQ Tuning View Post
Not even close . On a 2.5l, they usually taper off to about 15-16psi by redline and about 18-19psi on a 2.0l. I did have one car, however, that would hold 19psi to 7k RPM on a 2.5l. We could never figure out why that particular turbo was so gifted.

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ok cool nice #s

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Old 02-26-2011, 04:44 PM
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I would go at least 1200cc...unless your running a vf?
Yep, just a little vf-39.

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They're the ID1000's with plug and play harnesses. I know he will be selling them for sure. Very nice injectors in my experience. Congrats on the good compression numbers!

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Yeah, was very happy to see the motor is still healthy. Car is ready for next Thursday.
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Old 02-26-2011, 04:53 PM
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[email protected]? wow! look into the zeitronix digital display small and reads afr,egt,boost,lambda or fuel pressure too. its clean and holds peak readings.

4200 miles stop posting and start driving.
Yes I was looking into that, and mounting in my glove box, going to get Link display unit that will tell me alot and data log if need to. Car put down 371whp 387wtq at 20psi, 379whp 364wtq at 18psi. Know idea why put down more power on 18psi, maybe it's due to the injectors being maxed out! I know they have had a ATP 3076 put out 400whp on alot of psi! There dyno reads low in torque, I think on Ed's dyno I will gain torque and may lose HP. Waiting for next dyno day, my car is tuned and runs well. Just don't drive it and when I start it once a week it takes 2 to 3 turns to get it to start. I think it's normal with E85! I can start it 6 hours later when it's cold and will crank first try. Seems to be when it sits for 24 hours plus. It drives amazing, and looks stock under hood....... When's next dyno day Ed?

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Yes I was looking into that, and mounting in my glove box, going to get Link display unit that will tell me alot and data log if need to. Car put down 371whp 387wtq at 20psi, 379whp 364wtq at 18psi. Know idea why put down more power on 18psi, maybe it's due to the injectors being maxed out! I know they have had a ATP 3076 put out 400whp on alot of psi! There dyno reads low in torque, I think on Ed's dyno I will gain torque and may lose HP. Waiting for next dyno day, my car is tuned and runs well. Just don't drive it and when I start it once a week it takes 2 to 3 turns to get it to start. I think it's normal with E85! I can start it 6 hours later when it's cold and will crank first try. Seems to be when it sits for 24 hours plus. It drives amazing, and looks stock under hood....... When's next dyno day Ed?

mine is mounted in the garage door/ sunglass holder from the roof and I can close it up if need be. yea e85 is kinda a pain to start in colder climates mine takes 3-5 time before it starts unless I plug in the block heater. then shes happy on the first try.
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When you get some time send me some pictures of your setup. Would like to check it out.
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Originally Posted by SeaOfGreen View Post
Yes I was looking into that, and mounting in my glove box, going to get Link display unit that will tell me alot and data log if need to. Car put down 371whp 387wtq at 20psi, 379whp 364wtq at 18psi. Know idea why put down more power on 18psi, maybe it's due to the injectors being maxed out! I know they have had a ATP 3076 put out 400whp on alot of psi! There dyno reads low in torque, I think on Ed's dyno I will gain torque and may lose HP. Waiting for next dyno day, my car is tuned and runs well. Just don't drive it and when I start it once a week it takes 2 to 3 turns to get it to start. I think it's normal with E85! I can start it 6 hours later when it's cold and will crank first try. Seems to be when it sits for 24 hours plus. It drives amazing, and looks stock under hood....... When's next dyno day Ed?
HP is a function of torque, so in general, if you lose one, you lose the other as well . Of course it depends on where in the power band you're talking about.

Its very odd that it made more power on 18psi than 20psi. Were both tunes done on E85?

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Sounds good man. How's tuesday sound?
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Old 02-26-2011, 08:37 PM
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HP is a function of torque, so in general, if you lose one, you lose the other as well . Of course it depends on where in the power band you're talking about.

Its very odd that it made more power on 18psi than 20psi. Were both tunes done on E85?

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Yes both on E85, I know it was tuned on 18psi. Was tuned late around 9pm and was very cold and over boosted to 20psi! Not sure if that makes a difference, he tuned it for 18psi not 20psi. If that makes any sence!
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Ah.. he probably just set up the tune to pull out a significant amount of timing over 18psi, so when it overboosted it just pulled timing and made less power. That's just a guess of course

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Ah.. he probably just set up the tune to pull out a significant amount of timing over 18psi, so when it overboosted it just pulled timing and made less power. That's just a guess of course

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Ah ok, make sence. How much is a data log? Road dyno? Regular dyno? Been waiting for another dyno day, have a date for next one?
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No date set. We got too much going on right now. It's $95 for a few dyno pulls with wideband and I'll be happy to data log at no extra charge.

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Next mods. Element tuning GT52, boost guage, EGT guage, radiator, clutch. Saving up now

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