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Default 08-16-2019, 12:48 PM

For most part this looks OK.

Some timing drops, but I'd attribute that to octane.

Get the rest of your FBO parts thrown on & relog.

One thing to note- may want to look into at least our stage 1 inline LPFP upgrade- your LPFP hits around 60 up top- once you make a bit more power- that will likely drop you own into the 50's psi wise = not good


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