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Old 03-11-2017, 10:10 PM   #426
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Ah,

Being a Meth addict is hard to quit.....for your car.

I am getting snow where I am, so no tuning. Before I have 3Gph on first stage and 5 on second stage, I found that with 2.4, I can easily go to 5gph for first stage and 10Gph on second stage. No chance to test until snow goes away.
Yessir, I'm currently spraying 500cc (7.92gph) through a single nozzle. So far, it's been great and no bog.... I think I can spray more with the next stage nozzle that came with the kit, but I think I have the right size with my setup at the moment. Just need to work the IGN and fuel adjustments with spray now.
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Old 03-17-2017, 01:01 PM   #427
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Whoa, it's been quiet here. Leaving D.C. area and heading home to warmth lol. Just like luck I travel up here the day before the snow storm.

Gotta get the RSX some seat time this weekend
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Hey everyone. I've been working long hours with my new job. Driving to my new work location, I've discovered that my current 06 Malibu work car is having a hard time being a road warrior on the interstate. Well my RSX-S project car has been with me since 02 and she has earn the right to be a garage queen. So I have decided to get a new work car that I can convert into a sleeper. Man I've been waiting so long for the new Civic R to hit the tarmac but overall from what I have seen it just doesn't fit my style. For me, the next best bang for my bucks is a 2017 VW GTI “Sport” model with a twin disc automatic tranny. Starting at a reasonable cost, plus another $5K of bolt-ons/tune from APR I can have a sleeper hatchback with 380 whp that can dine on smoked Focus RS and Mustangs. This coming week I plan to pickup my new black GTI and start my journey making my next sleeper. As for the RSX - putting the wheels back on her and exercising her for the first time this year by driving my son back down state to college.
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what could be some of the reasons I'm not hitting as much boost as a should on my supercharger. when i got tuned i only hit 8psi but my pulley is for 9psi. could a restrictive exhaust or intake be the cause?
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Restrictive exhaust would increase pressure reading. If you're sure there are no leaks, I wouldn't worry too much about a 1 psi difference. The pulley size vs boost is just a general guide. Each set up will read slightly different.
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what could be some of the reasons I'm not hitting as much boost as a should on my supercharger. when i got tuned i only hit 8psi but my pulley is for 9psi. could a restrictive exhaust or intake be the cause?
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Restrictive exhaust would increase pressure reading. If you're sure there are no leaks, I wouldn't worry too much about a 1 psi difference. The pulley size vs boost is just a general guide. Each set up will read slightly different.
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Hey everyone. I've been working long hours with my new job. Driving to my new work location, I've discovered that my current 06 Malibu work car is having a hard time being a road warrior on the interstate. Well my RSX-S project car has been with me since 02 and she has earn the right to be a garage queen. So I have decided to get a new work car that I can convert into a sleeper. Man I've been waiting so long for the new Civic R to hit the tarmac but overall from what I have seen it just doesn't fit my style. For me, the next best bang for my bucks is a 2017 VW GTI “Sport” model with a twin disc automatic tranny. Starting at a reasonable cost, plus another $5K of bolt-ons/tune from APR I can have a sleeper hatchback with 380 whp that can dine on smoked Focus RS and Mustangs. This coming week I plan to pickup my new black GTI and start my journey making my next sleeper. As for the RSX - putting the wheels back on her and exercising her for the first time this year by driving my son back down state to college.
awesome! Post a pic when you get it!
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And it finally clicks!!! I've been racking my brain on this damn IGN and how to tune it with W/M. This just cleared up what I was missing:

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Finally updated my showoff... it shows what I've been up to lately. Tuning wise, I'm still working through it, but preliminary results show that I'm ~301whp/231wtq at 9psi.
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Restrictive exhaust would increase pressure reading. If you're sure there are no leaks, I wouldn't worry too much about a 1 psi difference. The pulley size vs boost is just a general guide. Each set up will read slightly different.
you right, can't complain about my numbers anyway, I'm already used to the power bump so i want more and I'm just looking for way to squeeze some more out

i guess I'm gonna go e85!
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Has anyone been to a track lately and ran a 1/4? I think I'm done tuning and would like to see what I can run... Never done an official 1/4, so started to look at some of the older threads for tips and see where I should be.

I think I can run 13.5, but that seems optimistic.
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My best time was a 13.2, but my 60' was a 2.3 (terrible) on shitty tires. My best trap speed was 111.5mph. For the boost reading, ambient temperature will also affect what is being read. Difference between winter and summer can be 1.5psi difference. With the SC, it's always a good thing if you can get the boost number to go down without changing pulleys, it means there is less resistance for air going into the engine and there will be more power and less heat.
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Anybody else go to Import Alliance this past weekend? So many cars..
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My best time was a 13.2, but my 60' was a 2.3 (terrible) on shitty tires. My best trap speed was 111.5mph. For the boost reading, ambient temperature will also affect what is being read. Difference between winter and summer can be 1.5psi difference. With the SC, it's always a good thing if you can get the boost number to go down without changing pulleys, it means there is less resistance for air going into the engine and there will be more power and less heat.
I'm know researching this and 13.2 seems great especially on shitty tires lol. Did you get a alot of wheel spin going down the track?

I'm​ at 9psi with my setup running k24a2 CP + 3" BP. Car feels strong and after my last .Kal I loaded, I think I'm done ready to make a run lol. IATs are my worry since I'm not aftercooled. I'm spraying ~8gph of boost juice to help, but temps still climb.

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I didn't make it. My brother was trying to get me to come up, but the wife and kids were sick.
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I'm know researching this and 13.2 seems great especially on shitty tires lol. Did you get a alot of wheel spin going down the track?

I'm​ at 9psi with my setup running k24a2 CP + 3" BP. Car feels strong and after my last .Kal I loaded, I think I'm done ready to make a run lol. IATs are my worry since I'm not aftercooled. I'm spraying ~8gph of boost juice to help, but temps still climb.



I didn't make it. My brother was trying to get me to come up, but the wife and kids were sick.
There is a good bit of wheel spin, even with the BBG having 1st turned down a good bit. If you are at 8GPH and temps still rise, you should start stepping up the nozzle and see what happens. I'm about to go to 18GPH from 14, since mine is still on the rise as well.
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There is a good bit of wheel spin, even with the BBG having 1st turned down a good bit. If you are at 8GPH and temps still rise, you should start stepping up the nozzle and see what happens. I'm about to go to 18GPH from 14, since mine is still on the rise as well.
I have a 1000cc nozzle (~15.85gph) that I could try. It just seems like a lot to jet as I'm spinning the blower at 15.5k max. I guess I can give it a try and see.

EDIT: So, I went home for lunch and installed the 1000cc nozzle. I updated my .kal to spray (minimum): 3500 rpm, 4psi, 75% throttle, 12mph. I'm pulling -400 fuel unit starting at 3500 and progressively increase to -600 at 7600. I'm advancing timing 1* to 6* progressively up to 7600. I'll report back results.
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I have a 1000cc nozzle (~15.85gph) that I could try. It just seems like a lot to jet as I'm spinning the blower at 15.5k max. I guess I can give it a try and see.

EDIT: So, I went home for lunch and installed the 1000cc nozzle. I updated my .kal to spray (minimum): 3500 rpm, 4psi, 75% throttle, 12mph. I'm pulling -400 fuel unit starting at 3500 and progressively increase to -600 at 7600. I'm advancing timing 1* to 6* progressively up to 7600. I'll report back results.
Nice. Are you using 2 tabs for the w/m? I've set it up that way, as described in the past by others, to overcome the delay between the need and the actual fluid being delivered. The first tab has everything set to enage sooner, but with no changes to fuel or ignition, while the second one makes all the subtraction of fuel and additional ignition. Also, you may end up pulling a good bit of fuel out of there. I couldn't really tell what it was doing with the factory o2 sensor until I could see it get closer to 12:1AF then back it down. At first it was so rich the car was much slower. Those settings are with my current 14GPH nozzle and 750 injectors. I've got my lean cut set for leaner than 12.4:1 over 300ms @3+psi to cut and even dropping from 6th to 3rd and hitting it there is never a lean condition.
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Nice. Are you using 2 tabs for the w/m? I've set it up that way, as described in the past by others, to overcome the delay between the need and the actual fluid being delivered. The first tab has everything set to enage sooner, but with no changes to fuel or ignition, while the second one makes all the subtraction of fuel and additional ignition. Also, you may end up pulling a good bit of fuel out of there. I couldn't really tell what it was doing with the factory o2 sensor until I could see it get closer to 12:1AF then back it down. At first it was so rich the car was much slower. Those settings are with my current 14GPH nozzle and 750 injectors. I've got my lean cut set for leaner than 12.4:1 over 300ms @3+psi to cut and even dropping from 6th to 3rd and hitting it there is never a lean condition.
Yessir, running 2 step. No1 sets pump at 3000rpm, 2psi, 65% throttle and no values adjusted. No2 sets minimum values mentioned above.

You are pulling quite a bit of fuel! From my logs, AFR seems to still be fine based on pulling around what swatson pulled when he first started his w/m journey years back. I'm not aftercooled, so Im sure this plays a factor. Do you still run factory O2 sensor? I'm interested to see why my numbers seem ok even though I'm spraying ~15 gph of 50/50 meth. One would think I should pull more fuel based on yours, but my pic shows -1% fuel adjust in the high speed fuel comp table during the datalog.

With 1000cc nozzle, I definitely felt a kick. No bog, but got 2 knocks between 4000 -4500 rpm. Stopped for gas and dialed back IGN a bit in No2. Attached is my current fuel & IGN compensation on No2. Car is pulling hard where I'm losing traction now, no knock, and temps are not spiking in the 170s*
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Yessir, running 2 step. No1 sets pump at 3000rpm, 2psi, 65% throttle and no values adjusted. No2 sets minimum values mentioned above.

You are pulling quite a bit of fuel! From my logs, AFR seems to still be fine based on pulling around what swatson pulled when he first started his w/m journey years back. I'm not aftercooled, so Im sure this plays a factor. Do you still run factory O2 sensor? I'm interested to see why my numbers seem ok even though I'm spraying ~15 gph of 50/50 meth. One would think I should pull more fuel based on yours, but my pic shows -1% fuel adjust in the high speed fuel comp table during the datalog.

With 1000cc nozzle, I definitely felt a kick. No bog, but got 2 knocks between 4000 -4500 rpm. Stopped for gas and dialed back IGN a bit in No2. Attached is my current fuel & IGN compensation on No2. Car is pulling hard where I'm losing traction now, no knock, and temps are not spiking in the 170s*
I'm still using an OEM Primary for tuning. The factory o2 sensor bottoms out around 11.5:1, so it may take a some experimenting to ensure you are pulling enough fuel. I'd pick an rpm range or 2 to pull more fuel from and see what it does. If it's running way to rich that can play into the knock as well. That only says 1% because of the lack of visibility by that oxygen sensor, I wouldn't only go by that. Also, remember the kpro is pulling fuel/ignition from 8 cells at any given time. 4 from the current cam angle, and 4 from the adjacent and blending all those numbers based on what it's closest to in terms of map/rpm.
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Are you still on the 25 degree VTC? Can you send me a pic of the base ignition you've got at your max cam angle on the high cam? And your cam angles if you don't mind.
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I'm still using an OEM Primary for tuning. The factory o2 sensor bottoms out around 11.5:1, so it may take a some experimenting to ensure you are pulling enough fuel. I'd pick an rpm range or 2 to pull more fuel from and see what it does. If it's running way to rich that can play into the knock as well. That only says 1% because of the lack of visibility by that oxygen sensor, I wouldn't only go by that. Also, remember the kpro is pulling fuel/ignition from 8 cells at any given time. 4 from the current cam angle, and 4 from the adjacent and blending all those numbers based on what it's closest to in terms of map/rpm.
Ahhhh, good to know! I was very conservative in pulling fuel, so I'll pull more and see what it does!
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