Mine's off by 4 psi. I run the rmr adapter.
So an interesting event occurred today:
I shipped the ECU out from my job to Eurodyne in Canada. My company provides nuclear power products internationally and government defense products to the US. Canadian customs rang up my boss today asking why they were receiving a package for Eurodyne with an invoice for a nuclear valve going to Korea. Seems like paperwork got mixed up and I've become the start of a running office joke.
Guess my Canadian bound packages I'll pay full price for in the future...
haha yea it was an adventure. Still hasn't made it there yet even though it was schedueled for delivery today.
Today got another cluster in the mail. My old one's gas gauge didn't work and it was really super special in the winter- wouldn't function for about 5 minutes. Just crossed my mind how do I change the milage amount on the cluster?
Aside from this ordered some other toys for inside the car including an A2DP setup.
Last edited by Doooglasss; 12-05-2011 at 07:06 PM.
While the ECU is out here's some photos from the motor work from a few months back.
ARP Main studs and IE rods
JE Pistons and fresh walls and decked block
AEB head, dipped, decked, new valve guides and seats cut
Last edited by Doooglasss; 12-08-2011 at 09:48 AM.
Cable and ECU are on their way back to me!
ECU checks out, cable needed some repair- a big thanks goes out to Eurodyne's Chris Tapp
Now to try and squeeze my car into Force Fed for some intercooler piping and hopefully after that I can finally drive this thing...
Most I have seen and I used myself was non syn oil and run through the rev range to get good heat to seat the rings properly. Limiting the revs may keep you from getting a good seal. A hundred miles later, change the oil still with non syn again for 500 miles then back to full syn. There is also break in oils you can try.
Just did front control arms on the BMW. First side took hours then second about 30 minutes. Nightmare.
While I did that AAA picked my car up and now I'm going to see it at Force Fed. Intercooler piping should be getting done or at least started today. I'm sure there will be photos to follow.
I am here: http://maps.google.com/maps?ll=40.772394,-73.333785
I am here: http://maps.google.com/maps?ll=40.705493,-74.008603