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Causes unnecessary pollution so you should route it back to the intake path even for dedicated race cars.
i mean this one..
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Oh, it can stay there, or be removed. Doesn't matter. Ours were removed.


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Default 06-21-2014, 03:33 PM

Terry, ill try 14.7psi spring instead of 9psi
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Terry, ill try 14.7psi spring instead of 9psi
what do u think?
Can't hurt to try it. Ideally the 12psi spring is what you want though.


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Default 06-22-2014, 01:27 AM

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Can't hurt to try it. Ideally the 12psi spring is what you want though.
12 spring works great. I don't know what's so hard to just go by what is proven to work lol.


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Default 06-24-2014, 02:19 PM

That power is expected for a kit FFTEC5862 top mount with 93RON?
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Default 06-24-2014, 06:56 PM

T, couple logs on maps 3 and 4. How's it look? Replaced the WG spring but boost still drops on high rpm...


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Looks good. Is CPS2500 set to 1?


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Default 06-24-2014, 07:01 PM

It is.. And CPS2000 is 7 and FUB is 1..


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Raise DWP up to 65. Also grab a photo of the settings page.


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Default 06-24-2014, 07:08 PM

Here's a photo... I had DWP at 55 but had a boost spike of 26psi on 3rd.. So lowered to 50 (that's what it was at on those logs)... Should I still try 65??
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Default 06-24-2014, 07:11 PM

I'd have to see the logs. When raising DWP you normally need to lower FF a bit so it can learn back up. Or you'll get boost spikes until it does.

I'd probably raise PID gain to 30 as well.


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Default 06-24-2014, 07:15 PM

Great... I'm on vacation now. Will test and post later.. Thanks a lot!!


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Default 06-24-2014, 07:17 PM

On second thought PWM is only at 70% in those logs. Maybe just bump DWP up by 5 and see how pid gain 30 and 35 look.


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Default 06-26-2014, 04:05 PM

Terry, if i run a manual boost controller what should i do to: DWP,FF and PID gain.
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Just don't do it, MBCs don't work right.


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is this code normal, sometimes it appear 2C7C lambda probe behind catalytic converter 2, signal

im running straight pipe to the oem muffler.
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Signal code wouldn't be normal. But rear o2 sensor codes are to be expected as you are mixing the signals where they are normally separate.


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Already running BMS OCC, so check. Having a hard time trying to picture the routing for the line back to the inlet filter. Seems all Cone inlets are run directly off the turbo without any other fittings.

A picture would be great if anyone has one. Thanks!

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map3, and map7 with meth.(55% meth +45% water)
The boost little bit over boost on map3.
what set up should I change....??

any problem on the log??
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map3, and map7 with meth.(55% meth +45% water)
The boost little bit over boost on map3.
what set up should I change....??

any problem on the log??
Logs look good. Clean trims and pretty is being maxed out on map 7. LPFP is at the lowest I'd push it to and timing isnt dropping either so thats good. Only thing is map 3 is over boosting, not sure why. Map 7 is on dot though.


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Logs look good. Clean trims and pretty is being maxed out on map 7. LPFP is at the lowest I'd push it to and timing isnt dropping either so thats good. Only thing is map 3 is over boosting, not sure why. Map 7 is on dot though.
I was running several time to test the map 3 and map 7.
but..map 7 and map 3 was not reallly faster than map 1. I don't know why...
There is kinda of private road 1.6 km .... and I did full gas pedal each time.
The map1,map3,map7 was almost same speed around 250km .

gear ratio problem???
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any problem on the log??
When looking at single turbo logs always look at FF vs PWM. If FF is much higher than you should manually lower the FF value to speed up its learning process. In your map 3 log its wayyy too high. Should probably learn down to around 100. The map 7 log is closer. Needs to learn down maybe a couple more points.
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When looking at single turbo logs always look at FF vs PWM. If FF is much higher than you should manually lower the FF value to speed up its learning process. In your map 3 log its wayyy too high. Should probably learn down to around 100. The map 7 log is closer. Needs to learn down maybe a couple more points.
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The FF was around 140.
so..I will try the ff value 100.
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Just change it to 100 for map 3 and then it will adjust itself up or down as needed. It remembers it on a per map basis.


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