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Oh don't you worry. I found it. One floor jack, one jack stand, one 10mm socket, 8 bolts and 1 pop rivet later. Thanks again for taking a look at it.


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I've attached 2 logs; I started each log between 2k and 3k rpm in 2nd gear. I'm running map 3 with e30.

I don't know if this would have any affect, but when I uninstalled the fuel wires the first time around, I noticed a few of the internal wire strands had been pinched off when screwing/unscrewing them in; I ended up just reinstalling them as is. Should I cut the wire down so all internal strands are still intact? Does this make sense?

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As long as the fuel wires are making contact that is fine. I see boost is limited in 2st gear so that is probably part of what you are feeling. You could try setting that to 0. Other than that I don't see any indications of turbo lag or other issue.
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As long as the fuel wires are making contact that is fine. I see boost is limited in 2st gear so that is probably part of what you are feeling. You could try setting that to 0. Other than that I don't see any indications of turbo lag or other issue.
Thank you for taking a look.

Actually, I only have boost reduced in 1st.

Given that it should be getting more boost in 2nd, why do you think it's not?
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Set 1st gear to 0 as it goes by road speed currently rather then gear.


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Set 1st gear to 0 as it goes by road speed currently rather then gear.
Ok, Iíll log again this evening.

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As long as the fuel wires are making contact that is fine. I see boost is limited in 2st gear so that is probably part of what you are feeling. You could try setting that to 0. Other than that I don't see any indications of turbo lag or other issue.

Thanks for checking the logs Terry. So should I stick to Shell 91 or try Petro 94 for better readings?
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I'd stay with the 91 appears to be working fine to me.


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Got in 20 of our unique Stinger zero-service OCC! Get them while they are hot.

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Damn these sold out quick.......when will they be restocked again?
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Damn these sold out quick.......when will they be restocked again?
Yes we only made 20 the first batch... We're going to wait for people to install them, make sure everyone is as happy as we expect, then we'll do a larger run. Once we start will take around 2 weeks to complete. So maybe 3-4 weeks out realistically?


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Yes we only made 20 the first batch... We're going to wait for people to install them, make sure everyone is as happy as we expect, then we'll do a larger run. Once we start will take around 2 weeks to complete. So maybe 3-4 weeks out realistically?
I was just thinking of getting the ADD W1 dual catch cans but this seems like a superior product, specially the "no maintenance" part. ill be keeping an eye on this.
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