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Postby WeDgE » Wed Aug 30, 2006 3:01 pm

Not too shabby for a low boost run. :D
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Postby KU40 » Wed Aug 30, 2006 3:43 pm

quite the ranch you have under the hood there
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Postby danssoslow » Wed Aug 30, 2006 4:01 pm

That a/f ratio is really fat around 5 grand. Do they run best like that at high rpm?
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Postby WeDgE » Wed Aug 30, 2006 6:09 pm

danssoslow wrote:That a/f ratio is really fat around 5 grand. Do they run best like that at high rpm?



I agree it is a bit rich around there, but that's where the tuners/dyno operator told me to put more fuel.
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Postby Sound_Miata » Wed Aug 30, 2006 7:16 pm

actually, that is correct.

at peak power you are also making peak heat...extra fuel will cool the charge down some and keep you a bit further from detonation or melting something expensive.

looking good so far.

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Postby josh99ta » Thu Aug 31, 2006 9:02 pm

Damn Wedge, you're coming on along with that little thing. Excellent torque numbers too. I'm hoping for very similar numbers with my car this weekend when I strap it down and do some tweaking and tuning.

What are the details on your setup again?
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Postby WeDgE » Thu Aug 31, 2006 11:13 pm

Turns out all my plug gaps were f'd up...none were near spec... :(

0.035", 0.037", 0.040", 0.040", 0.046", 0.047" (4 month old NGK Platinums)

Replaced them with new NGK Plats, all gapped to 0.028-0.029" (OEM spec is 0.031")...it's weird, but it seems to have more pull earlier in the powerband now; almost looped out when I goosed it in 2nd gear today...never would have happened before... :P

I have no doubt that it's over 400rwhp now...hehehe
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Postby WeDgE » Thu Aug 31, 2006 11:35 pm

josh99ta wrote:Damn Wedge, you're coming on along with that little thing. Excellent torque numbers too. I'm hoping for very similar numbers with my car this weekend when I strap it down and do some tweaking and tuning.

What are the details on your setup again?



Thanks, Josh. :D

Tq numbers are a little low for my liking considering the engine (7M's are known for being fairly torquey)...but I suppose they'd be a great deal higher if the turbo spooled earlier...no biggie. :) For the 1/4 mile, I predict high-13s @ 110+mph...lol

Dyno tuning was a blast...I really did enjoy it. What are you using to tune your car? Standalone EMS? Piggyback(s)?


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Postby josh99ta » Thu Aug 31, 2006 11:58 pm

Dude, 400rwhp is good for way over 100mph trap speeds. You should be in the 115mph range easily... and thats standard for a 3400-3600 lbs car depending on the driver. My car pulled 113mph in the 1/4 with 335rwhp through the slushbox.

Nice setup. For some reason I was thinking this was all out of the Accord you were talking about turboing but then I looked at your sig and remembered you stepped up to a RightWD vehicle. :p Good job man, keep up the good work.
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Postby crazyeyes11 » Fri Sep 15, 2006 9:41 pm

nice numbers. im building up a 7mgte, not going to be no drag car i dont think, but im going to put lots into the engine. the the stereosystem of course ;)

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