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    Re: New Clutch Times! Opinions?

    The hydraulic release bearing setup is the one from Tilton. From my research on their site it's not listed seperatley like the honda/acura release bearing kit. I do know the Carbon/Carbon units use a...
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    Re: Anyone using a Grimmspeed EBCS?

    Does this include the tune?

    Pete[/quote]

    No, a full tune is $350 on top of the boost solenoid + install.
  3. Re: Updated With Diagram: Top feed conversion test fitment

    Looks good, like that diagram too.
  4. Thread: Progress update

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    Re: Progress update

    By unfinished do you mean non anodized? I want to make sure that I used the correct style fittings for my application. If that happens to be steel then, steel it is.[/quote]

    Yes he meant...
  5. Re: Top feed conversion test fitment

    With an after market FPR, yes this would be ideal to feed both sides of the reg from the rails....I was talking more along the lines of using the factory single inlet FPR.
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    Re: E85

    I'm sure it's just a minor tweak to the crank injector pulse tables for e85 in the colder temps? Are you having to crank and crank before it catches? Does it fire and catch then die or struggle to...
  7. Thread: E85

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    Re: E85

    Anytime, and if you don't catch me here you can text me on my cell below.
  8. Thread: E85

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    Re: E85

    Stock is a 6 range heat, the 7 would be going a step colder.
  9. Re: Top feed conversion test fitment

    A good diagram to follow for equal distribution is the Perrin fuel rail setup

    http://www.perrinperformance.com/shared ... eng201.pdf

    Main thing is equal distribution to the rails, the factory...
  10. Thread: E85

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    Re: E85

    7 heat range plug is fine, ngk scaling of course
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    Re: E85

    I'm sure it's just a minor tweak to the crank injector pulse tables for e85 in the colder temps? Are you having to crank and crank before it catches? Does it fire and catch then die or struggle to...
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    Re: E85

    It's not as big of a restriction as the stock catback is, but I usually see about 10 to 15whp difference tuning a catted setup vs. non-catted.
  13. Thread: E85

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    Re: E85

    Biggest issue will be increasing boost with the E85 on your setup, but running into the bottle neck of the stock catback and muffler along with the catted downpipe. Any turbo car needs to breath...
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    Re: E85

    That's pretty much the one I have here.
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    Re: E85

    That tester is just something I found on a quick search the one I have at the shop is different, I will try and get a pic of it and it's instructions. A guy that comes in and does circle track...
  16. Re: Top feed conversion test fitment

    I looked thru our website and I can't find any pics specific for the T connection, just pics of the rail on the manifold for Andrew R.'s STI drivetrain swap build we did on his WRX.
  17. Thread: E85

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    Re: E85

    Mike, when you come in for the tune remind me to show you the e85 tester I got off the internet for like 20bucks. Very simple tester you can use at the pump each fill up to verify actual percentage....
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    i hope he was planning on even fuel distribution for this setup..

    i would almost be tempted into running a distribution block just to make sure that the fuel is being sent equally...[/quote]

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  19. Thread: E85

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    Re: E85

    Mike, when you come in for the tune remind me to show you the e85 tester I got off the internet for like 20bucks. Very simple tester you can use at the pump each fill up to verify actual percentage....
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    Looking good John, let us know if there is anything we can do to help you on the fittings to get this thing finished up.

    We have done quite a few of these kits, we have done mostly all of them in...
  21. Thread: E85

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    Re: E85

    looks like you have a 2005 from your sig. Walboro pump, some 850cc DW injectors (easy to install) and you would be 334 whp 400 wtq, tuned by Cobb in plano, and thats a MUSTANG Dyno...lower reading...
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    Re: Anyone using a Grimmspeed EBCS?

    We sell 3 ports here as well and have used them on anything boosted that can be controlled by the ecu, same exact MAC solenoid valve used by AEM.

    We sell them for $125 installed, that includes the...
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    Re: Rich all the sudden

    I'd say it's about time you would need a new one then, I wish my dyno ones would last that long. :twisted:[/quote]

    I hear some people say the afr sensors go really quickly and then other people...
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    Re: Rich all the sudden

    I'd say it's about time you would need a new one then, I wish my dyno ones would last that long. :twisted:
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    Re: turbo/rev limiter question

    You would have to be logging to see if it is actually abrubtly dropping boost and wastegate duty along with injector duty/injector pulse width; if indeed it is hitting a boost fuel cut situation, but...
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