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Old 10-09-2019, 11:16 PM   #15
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YOUR INTAKE TEMP is probably around 180f or more. knock knock.
Probably! Well I'm running a big 4 inch thick intercooler with 3 inch charge piping. Also deleted the mustache so the intercooler is pretty open.

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Is there a reason you won't give us datalogs? https://datazap.me/ lets you upload them for free.
Laziness, and I'm on a phone.
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YOUR INTAKE TEMP is probably around 180f or more. knock knock.
Oh I'm sorry just got it! "who's there"
Where in NC are you?

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Laziness, and I'm on a phone.
At the risk of coming across as a prick, I want to admit that you can only expect to get out of this what you're willing to put in
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At the risk of coming across as a prick, I want to admit that you can only expect to get out of this what you're willing to put in
I just figured it was a common occurrence that some one would have a simple answer for. I guess no one else has this problem. No big deal. Thanks for the help. I will look at my cam timing when I get some free time.
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Takes a bit for everything to settle and learn after a reset.

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Solved: idle was to high. Had idle set at 1200rpm pulled idle down to 975 fixed the issue. 1200 was to high to zero VVT.
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How much drop in IAT should I expect with a blanket?
Typically a wrapped header can reduce temps by 300F to 400F, for a reference point.
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Typically a wrapped header can reduce temps by 300F to 400F, for a reference point.

400f intake air tempature WOW!!!!

My iat is around 90f to 100f at 14lbs.
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400f intake air tempature WOW!!!!

My iat is around 90f to 100f at 14lbs.


LOL, not intake temp... ambient temp of the header (or this case the turbo housing)... like, if you just got done driving your car, opened the hood and grabbed hold of your turbo, you'd rebrand your fingerprints. But if you had a turbo blanket, you could tell "hey, this is pretty warm, I should let go before I get burned."


90F to 100F isn't that bad for IAT's. The turbo blanket may reduce IAT by 10F, but it'll also protect plastic and rubber parts around the turbo that probably weren't designed to withstand that kind of heat-cycling.


Also.... press ALT+0176 on a keypad for degrees , press ALT+0177 for plus and minus .
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LOL, not intake temp... ambient temp of the header (or this case the turbo housing)... like, if you just got done driving your car, opened the hood and grabbed hold of your turbo, you'd rebrand your fingerprints. But if you had a turbo blanket, you could tell "hey, this is pretty warm, I should let go before I get burned."


90F to 100F isn't that bad for IAT's. The turbo blanket may reduce IAT by 10F, but it'll also protect plastic and rubber parts around the turbo that probably weren't designed to withstand that kind of heat-cycling.


Also.... press ALT+0176 on a keypad for degrees , press ALT+0177 for plus and minus .
My phone doesn't have an alt button.
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