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Default FBO+RBs+Inlets+E40= 583/543.... - 10-30-2015, 06:51 PM

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E40 vs pump on JB4 with Rbs:




Had more in it but fuel pump decided no....





Oh and the WGDC on 'run 24'. Turbos+Inlets have alot left on the table...
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Default 10-30-2015, 07:11 PM

is that without port injection?
what LPFP are you using?

I ask because I have a similar setup just I have PI and MT but I havent tried anything other than 100% e85 and my LPFP is begging for mercy (40psi or < !!!) wondering if switching to e40 will help me.
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Default 10-30-2015, 07:35 PM

Usual boost a pump setup LPFP no PI... If you have PI you absolutely have to have a Dual or 455 LPFP...
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Default 10-30-2015, 07:38 PM

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Usual boost a pump setup LPFP no PI... If you have PI you absolutely have to have a Dual or 455 LPFP...
Yeah I think I have to get a dual walbro. my stg2 just can't flow both sets of injectors at the same time.
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Default 10-30-2015, 08:04 PM

Maybe I missed it but no meth?


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Default 10-30-2015, 08:11 PM

I'm a little confused-

Was the pump Dyno 428/414 or the 503 represented on the first chart posted? Or is the 428 represented in chart 2, stock turbo?

Great #s btw


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Default 10-30-2015, 09:41 PM

What boost are you hitting with e40?
Curious as my setup is similar as soon as Rob sends me RB inlets.

edit: OK, opened my eyes and saw 25 psi which is what I was expecting. Ignore.


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Default 10-30-2015, 09:44 PM

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What boost are you hitting with e40?
Curious as my setup is similar as soon as Rob sends me RB inlets.

edit: OK, opened my eyes and saw 25 psi which is what I was expecting. Ignore.
log looks like he is hitting 24 or 25 pounds.


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Default 10-30-2015, 10:20 PM

Make sure you are monitoring timing in all 6cyl. Not sure I'm in love with that timing curve. But, results seem solid! Nice work!


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Default 10-30-2015, 10:27 PM

If your a 6at how are you hitting 7200rpms? On your stock turbo comparison you can see the car shift at 6800 rpms like all other at's.
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Default 10-31-2015, 02:16 AM

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Usual boost a pump setup LPFP no PI... If you have PI you absolutely have to have a Dual or 455 LPFP...
Can you clarify what is your usual boost a pump setup LPFP? Thanks!
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Default 10-31-2015, 06:38 AM

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Maybe I missed it but no meth?
No meth
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I'm a little confused-

Was the pump Dyno 428/414 or the 503 represented on the first chart posted? Or is the 428 represented in chart 2, stock turbo?

Great #s btw
The 428/414 was RBs w/o inlets and JB4/pump only. No flash
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Make sure you are monitoring timing in all 6cyl. Not sure I'm in love with that timing curve. But, results seem solid! Nice work!
I hate the timing curve and i dislike the 'curves' these motors prefer when your pushing them. :P
Have all 6 monitored just clutters the picture
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If your a 6at how are you hitting 7200rpms? On your stock turbo comparison you can see the car shift at 6800 rpms like all other at's.
Hold the paddle when you upshift is the only way to get it past that far.
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Can you clarify what is your usual boost a pump setup LPFP? Thanks!
just a piggyback walboro boost a pump.
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Default 10-31-2015, 07:24 AM

503rwhp on 93 octane only? Great work!


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Default 10-31-2015, 09:33 AM

That's a very odd looking timing curve, but good numbers nonetheless. Now I know what I can expect when I dyno soo.
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Default 10-31-2015, 10:15 AM

I have the same setup but have meth. I didnt know it was safe to run that much boost without meth or PI? Great numbers btw


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Default 10-31-2015, 10:18 AM

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I have the same setup but have meth. I didnt know it was safe to run that much boost without meth or PI? Great numbers btw
Every car is different. For example, I can only run 21-22psi without starting to lean out in bank 2. He's right on the edge.


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Default 10-31-2015, 01:31 PM

Has the tcu interfered?



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Default 10-31-2015, 01:33 PM

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No meth

The 428/414 was RBs w/o inlets and JB4/pump only. No flash

I hate the timing curve and i dislike the 'curves' these motors prefer when your pushing them. :P
Have all 6 monitored just clutters the picture

Hold the paddle when you upshift is the only way to get it past that far.

just a piggyback walboro boost a pump.
Nice run!

May I ask you what clutch and flywheel are you using with that amount of power?
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Default 10-31-2015, 01:48 PM

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just a piggyback walboro boost a pump.
I'm a stickler...sorry!
  1. It's "Walbro," not "Walboro"
  2. A "Boost-a-Pump" is made by Kenne Bell and is NOT what you have. You have an "inline LPFP pump" to "boost"/increase your flow.


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Default 10-31-2015, 06:37 PM

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Make sure you are monitoring timing in all 6cyl. Not sure I'm in love with that timing curve. But, results seem solid! Nice work!
Lol Dave loves some extra timing
They did great work on this one and this car with the Auto will be a freak .
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503rwhp on 93 octane only? Great work!
Hey Roberto i need me some inlets
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Hey Roberto i need me some inlets
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Default 11-01-2015, 07:11 AM

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I'm a stickler...sorry!
  1. It's "Walbro," not "Walboro"
  2. A "Boost-a-Pump" is made by Kenne Bell and is NOT what you have. You have an "inline LPFP pump" to "boost"/increase your flow.
Lol. Agreed.
Boost a pumps are cool on that note, voltage transformer
But yes you are correct, this car has a inline walbro.

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Default 11-01-2015, 03:38 PM

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Hold the paddle when you upshift is the only way to get it past that far.
Interesting.
And if you never release the paddle, it will automatically upshift at 7200 rpm?


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After 1 bounce yes
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