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Default Log Review 24psi - 05-25-2019, 03:33 PM

Hey guys, here's what I got. FBO, Stage 2 Turbo, running an E40 mix with 100% meth. How does it look? Thanks!
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Default 05-27-2019, 09:02 AM

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Hey guys, here's what I got. FBO, Stage 2 Turbo, running an E40 mix with 100% meth. How does it look? Thanks!
This doesn't look bad- what stage 2 turbos?


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This doesn't look bad- what stage 2 turbos?
Thanks! Their Super Evo RB's.
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Thanks! Their Super Evo RB's.
Yeah these are hardly breaking a sweat!

Probably near the limit of your HPFP, but everything else looks to be in order.

Car probably feels like a rocket!


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Yeah these are hardly breaking a sweat!

Probably near the limit of your HPFP, but everything else looks to be in order.

Car probably feels like a rocket!
Oh it's definitely a beast. There's still times when the power will surprise me when I step on it and snaps my head back lol. Well, I'm glad everything is looking good so far besides the HPFP. Just looked up HPFP logging info and its definitely an issue. So I should focus on better fueling? Even if I'm running 100% meth and E40? Thanks for the help!
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Oh it's definitely a beast. There's still times when the power will surprise me when I step on it and snaps my head back lol. Well, I'm glad everything is looking good so far besides the HPFP. Just looked up HPFP logging info and its definitely an issue. So I should focus on better fueling? Even if I'm running 100% meth and E40? Thanks for the help!
corret, imo the more headroom in fueling the better : P


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Default 05-29-2019, 10:08 AM

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Hey guys, here's what I got. FBO, Stage 2 Turbo, running an E40 mix with 100% meth. How does it look? Thanks!

Fun. When my factory turbos cook, I know I'll be bringing in RB. At that time we'll see what my 'needs' are.

Any chance you can get a typical log, from 2000 to 7000 RPM in just 3rd gear, no shifting, traction off? (safety first)

What size nozzle is your WMI? Single or dual?

What is your WHP, or estimate with this setup at 24 PSI?

Inlets/Outlets?

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Fun. When my factory turbos cook, I know I'll be bringing in RB. At that time we'll see what my 'needs' are.

Any chance you can get a typical log, from 2000 to 7000 RPM in just 3rd gear, no shifting, traction off? (safety first)

What size nozzle is your WMI? Single or dual?

What is your WHP, or estimate with this setup at 24 PSI?

Inlets/Outlets?

Thanks
Based on his mods at 24 psi- Id guess mid 5s whp


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