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Old 04-22-2020, 12:55 PM   #5433
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Next purchase on my list, wouldn't be surprised if there is some damage already so I'll change the internals at some point. Unless it blows first.
I just ordered the Jackson Racing dual radiator. I will install as soon as it arrives and remove the STI oil cooler. Can't wait to track my car
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I just ordered the Jackson Racing dual radiator. I will install as soon as it arrives and remove the STI oil cooler. Can't wait to track my car
Did you order the JR dual radiator oil cooler? Do you have other means to cool the oil? Because that's what I have and it's not enough. I have that, and now I need to add the dedicated track oil cooler (different than their oil cooler).

I should have ordered their radiator and track oil cooler from the beginning, but I'm not swapping radiators again until I have to pull the engine out.
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Did you order the JR dual radiator oil cooler? Do you have other means to cool the oil? Because that's what I have and it's not enough. I have that, and now I need to add the dedicated track oil cooler (different than their oil cooler).

I should have ordered their radiator and track oil cooler from the beginning, but I'm not swapping radiators again until I have to pull the engine out.
Yes, it is JR dual radiator. Let me install and test, I will post the results after that. Are you using the stock header and factory tune?
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Yes, it is JR dual radiator. Let me install and test, I will post the results after that. Are you using the stock header and factory tune?
No, I have a Nameless header (ceramic coated) + Nameless header back. C38 + HBP + E-85, tune from Delicious. 320whp last time I dynoed it, received updated for LSPI since.
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No, I have a Nameless header (ceramic coated) + Nameless header back. C38 + HBP + E-85, tune from Delicious. 320whp last time I dynoed it, received updated for LSPI since.
OK! I have just the stock header and factory JRSC with factory tune. Without that fire breathing setup of yours , JR dual radiator will be more than enough for me most probably.
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OK! I have just the stock header and factory JRSC with factory tune. Without that fire breathing setup of yours , JR dual radiator will be more than enough for me most probably.
I had all the other stuff prior to the SC, bought my kit used at a pretty good price. I know redoing the whole exhaust would give me more power, but I won't do that until my temp issues are resolved and the engine is built.
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I had all the other stuff prior to the SC, bought my kit used at a pretty good price. I know redoing the whole exhaust would give me more power, but I won't do that until my temp issues are resolved and the engine is built.
I would recommend a built block with upgraded oil pump in addition to pistons and piston rods. Increased oil circulation can help with overheating. Without increased oil circulation, oil cooler upgrade may not help that much. And also valve springs, stock valve springs are not strong enough for increased boost. It will be much more expensive to replace them if you need to take the engine out again.
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I would recommend a built block with upgraded oil pump in addition to pistons and piston rods. Increased oil circulation can help with overheating. Without increased oil circulation, oil cooler upgrade may not help that much. And also valve springs, stock valve springs are not strong enough for increased boost. It will be much more expensive to replace them if you need to take the engine out again.
Oh I have a big wish list, never enough money. Just finished buying the small pieces to be able to do the dedicated cooler, still need to buy that kit.

track oil cooler
oil baffle
vented undertray
pistons
rods
bearings
studs
valvetrain
cams
oil pump
oil sump
cage
seats
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Is it necessary to upgrade the MAP sensor running on 93 and the low boost pulley?
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Is it necessary to upgrade the MAP sensor running on 93 and the low boost pulley?
Custom tune? yes.
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Is it necessary to upgrade the MAP sensor running on 93 and the low boost pulley?
Yeah most master tuners you ll find, they will use hybrid SD as standard, and so they want a good map signal... ergo a 3bar or 4 bar MAP and you need to modify tune to even let it crank

it would be not essential for entirely MAF based tunes only, you just don t know how much boost you re running
I run my supercharger for monthes with stock MAP
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Is it necessary to upgrade the MAP sensor running on 93 and the low boost pulley?
JR factory tune works with stock MAP sensor; it even throws a CEL if you upgrade the MAP sensor. If the tune is not factory, you need to ask this question to your tuner. They will tell you which sensor is required since tune needs to be calibrated for the specific sensor.
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Custom tune? yes.
Okay, thanks! I'm planning on doing the custom remote tune from you guys. In that case should I upgrade?

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It would be mandatory, yes.
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