Type: Posts; User: DMVDUB
Where did you get mafless from? It says MAF READINGS "1400kg/hr peak" :rolleyes:
But hey... What do I know? I've never gotten my IC tables reeled in by making sure my MAF corrections were on...
Have you adjusted the MAF Correction?
Sounds like you could be using the wrong IC or BVC. I see big sways in correction especially when BVC is wrong. My advice would be to adjust the constant and see what happens.
The NA thing isn't important, I just thought it would be fun in a light car.
It's up to who wants to post... and what their experiences are. It's just an idea, obviously different NA vs 600hp I just kinda tossed that in there as something that would be fun in a light car. ;)
I'd like to hear some opinions from the hardware experts out there,
If you were going to build a high revving 1.8T that could handle in excess of 600hp what would be your combination of parts.
Bother me it's fine. I don't remember who people are by there screen names on here. If you don't have my Email PM me.
Would that be Puerto Rican? :laugh:
Do you even know how to pronounce your own last name? :laugh:
Simply said, lose the Hemi TB. It's popular because it's cheap and it's not worth the hassle at all.
I've got a bunch of projects (not just car stuff) I'm working on, and I need to make a contact list for those people I'm helping / contracted. I want to make sure everyone is getting what they've...
I like string cheese :D
Seriously... Don't waste your time.
Unless you have 80mm piping from the IC to the TB and then a plenum / manifold big enough for the extra flow you won't gain anything worth tuning for. Buy SEM...
about a million
FMIC... this is one of the simplest installs there is. Just install it.
Nah... I just make threads. Just ask all the people I've helped and tuned how all I do is make threads... :rolleyes:
I understand that Steve. But like I said it's the power delivery that is the issue. A BT setup is much more capable for drag and hybrid is much more capable for auto-x. They all have their place....