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Old 09-16-2018, 04:51 AM   #8205
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Do you guys track with this kit? I'm currently looking up how to fix the heat soak issue i really want this kit for the sound no other sc comes close
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Old 09-16-2018, 05:29 AM   #8206
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Do you guys track with this kit? I'm currently looking up how to fix the heat soak issue i really want this kit for the sound no other sc comes close
There's no reason for you to not track with it, just expect some power loss when the IATs climb. They do seem to hit equilibrium at around 80-90C depending on circumstances. It may be beneficial to try and increase and improve coolant flow through the cooler setup, no one seems to have really given that a go. Or speak to @sam69 as he probably did the main work on this.
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Old 09-16-2018, 11:37 AM   #8207
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Curious if anyone is running this kit with stock pulley, a ace header and 91-93octane and hitting 240+whp? I’m pretty much as full blown NA besides engine work as possible. But end goal is to hit 240whp on as low of boost as possible on pump gas. Seems like most dynos I’ve seen ppl are about 225-235whp at 7-8psi but stock header or some other random non ace header which gives a good 10whp over almost any other header.
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Old 09-17-2018, 08:22 PM   #8208
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Is anyone running this kit with the AFE Takeda/Greddy Momentum intake?

Noticed in this video that these guys have the intake pipe going into a Greddy intake. I'm guessing it just takes a bit of work with a custom hose and clamp. I wonder if this would actually be beneficial or if it would lose power, given the unit is designed for the stock intake.



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Old 09-18-2018, 11:32 AM   #8209
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I have a 72.5 mm pulley for sale
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Old 09-18-2018, 02:29 PM   #8210
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Hey guys, so I installed my kit and everythings buttoned up. I went for a low cruise down my street and my brakes don't work. When i press it, it feels like a lot of pressure is there. I also checked the supercharger, it looks like its leaking oil from the dip stip. then i found out, from the previous owner, that its stripped and metal shavings were falling into the supercharger.

What should i do guys?
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Old 09-18-2018, 02:47 PM   #8211
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Old 09-18-2018, 10:34 PM   #8212
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Setgo, you can pull the nose drive off. Send it to Jon Bond Performance. He can square it away. Go to his website. If you call them they are in Iowa, he is great but a busy guy. Try calling him early in the am, best bet is to like him on face book, then use messaging. His customer service is top shelf. He will answer any message after hours as late as 1100 pm he has answered me before. Saturday, Sunday.
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Setgo, you can pull the nose drive off. Send it to Jon Bond Performance. He can square it away. Go to his website. If you call them they are in Iowa, he is great but a busy guy. Try calling him early in the am, best bet is to like him on face book, then use messaging. His customer service is top shelf. He will answer any message after hours as late as 1100 pm he has answered me before. Saturday, Sunday.
Awesome. I gave him a call and I'm going to be submitting a request for servicing form. Thanks!
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Old 09-27-2018, 10:50 PM   #8214
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Sprintex 210 Intercooled Datalog

Hey all I'm getting my kit etuned by Openflash. I have done my first WOT pull and the log is below. Can anyone with this kit and with experience reading logs let me know if you see anything wrong.

First thing I catch is that Boost maxes out at 5.23 PSI. This is the 75mm pulley that is supposed to give you about 8-9 PSI of boost. Also got a check engine code P219A, no other codes. LTFT is high negative at idle, around -20%.

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Old 09-29-2018, 07:46 AM   #8215
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You're making good boost. Stock map sensor only goes up that high, and there have been problems with aftermarket map sensors and airflow. It would be realistic to expect a MAF tune using the stock map sensor.
Don't have time to get into your fuel trims right now but perhaps someone else will jump in.
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Old 10-02-2018, 12:39 PM   #8216
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Hey guys, so I installed my kit and everythings buttoned up. I went for a low cruise down my street and my brakes don't work. When i press it, it feels like a lot of pressure is there.
Did you fit the brake booster vac line correctly? Sounds like you might have got the check valve the wrong way round.
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Hey all I'm getting my kit etuned by Openflash. I have done my first WOT pull and the log is below. Can anyone with this kit and with experience reading logs let me know if you see anything wrong.

First thing I catch is that Boost maxes out at 5.23 PSI. This is the 75mm pulley that is supposed to give you about 8-9 PSI of boost. Also got a check engine code P219A, no other codes. LTFT is high negative at idle, around -20%.

https://datazap.me/u/brzf/log-153762...data=1-9-11-13
Just sounds like the MAF needs correctly scaling, hence the high trims.
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Old 10-02-2018, 01:38 PM   #8217
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Did you fit the brake booster vac line correctly? Sounds like you might have got the check valve the wrong way round.

Just sounds like the MAF needs correctly scaling, hence the high trims.
Yeah that's what I've been told so I scaled it using the VGI tool. My idle LTFT is pretty good now but I am still getting a code P219A (no other codes). I see my STFT fuel trims vary quite a bit when I'm driving. The video below shows how the STFT vary when I step on the gas at idle then they settle back down. Already checked for leaks using smoke test and all is good. The car drives just like it did before I installed the kit as well. Any thoughts?

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Looks pretty good. What is layman's terms for the error code? Too lazy to Google. We might as well get that resolved here while we're at it.
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