I don't know if you already have one, but I have a racelogic performance box I can lend to you if you want to do some performance measurement by yourself. Whenever we have a chance, I would also be very interested in seeing how bad your car will pull on my stage3 v2. If you want we can also do some runs against the other turbo car.
took the car to work today and played with the launch on the WOTBOX..i dont know why but i get some vicious wheel hop in 1st and 2nd.. got bfi mount and inserts..last car with the same mount setup had no wheel hop...not to happy about it, going to hurt my launches...
You guys that have it got any input for me before I buy?
I was talking about traction at the track. And was wondering why the wheel hop on this car and not the other car. I have DR's for the track and I will see how the car launches with them. I'm not really into street racing that's why I don't go crazy replacing tires for street.
Let's look at some data logs.
Shoot me a couple round 5 logs.
Can't really tell much just on a dyno chart. We need VE tables and AFR's and some IAT's and MAP to get a better idea of what's going on. Maybe throw in some duty cycle data and we're good.
If I had to guess by looking at the graph alone I would say you're running into fueling issues and you might want to consider getting a higher flow pump (depending on duty cycle - if that's 90-100% then you need more injector) and figuring out how to get more rail pressure with some sort of FPR.
Although it could easily be a heat issue, a component issue (maybe an intake tube is compressing under high load and restricting airflow), or just something funky with the dyno.
Not sure if VW has some crazy bs going on with their fuel pumps on the GTI's. If not, it should be a direct swap, maybe with the addition to a new bracket to hold the new pump and a little bit of creative wiring. If so, then you would probably have to get a pump off a vw car that has a much higher output.
Also, if low pressure fueling is ever an issue, a walboro pump will not drop in. The system is returnless and runs off a PWM controller.
Search for FSI and TSI self study guides. It's pretty crazy stuff! Very different.