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Old 02-25-2016, 07:54 AM   #6875
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Got my SPS kit installed!! Finally got it tuned (OTS Tune) and on the road. So much fun!
Wondering what fuel economy on unleaded you guys are getting on average? I feel my OTS kit is slightly fuely.
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Got my SPS kit installed!! Finally got it tuned (OTS Tune) and on the road. So much fun!
Wondering what fuel economy on unleaded you guys are getting on average? I feel my OTS kit is slightly fuely.
im getting 11l/100km
mine was higher when i first installed it as i was on the gas non stop haha.
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Old 02-25-2016, 08:16 AM   #6877
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I'm seeing about 13.3L/100km at the moment :/
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Does anyone have a part number for the Idler pulley? I know i saw it here before but i can't find it again.
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NuLine Engine Pulley EP075 (idler pulley for supercharger). Can also use Gates 38018 pulley and order locally
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Old 02-27-2016, 09:21 AM   #6879
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Got my SPS kit installed!! Finally got it tuned (OTS Tune) and on the road. So much fun!
Wondering what fuel economy on unleaded you guys are getting on average? I feel my OTS kit is slightly fuely.

I'm avg 8.5 lts / 100 but do alot of country .
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Old 02-28-2016, 03:19 PM   #6880
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How'd I miss this...big statement indeed, backed up with what? We have dozens of folks world wide running the sprintex/innovate tune (among nearly every other FI combo) and without melted pistons, plugs, or bad bearings (though nobody is immune). Indeed you do good work from what we hear, but I think your statement over reaches a bit. We've had the innovate setup on our car since the kit was released, and I doubt any other pro tuner has the miles, dyno time, and flash count of our vehicle in tuning this setup. I think the difference at this point is not so much tuner ability, but having the time to fine tune these setups remotely. I think for this reason alone we do "re-tunes" from other tuners more than initial tune sales by a ratio of 3:1 if not more. That means we've "fixed" a tune from just about EVERY vendor on here and elsewhere, even the "world class" ones. Doesn't mean that all bad, some just needed more work than the prior tuner was going to put in.

All that aside no tuner is 100% on every setup 100% of the time (we did indeed have growing pains last year as everyone else did with the PD blower). Nor can one single tuner own the whole market. I think we can market and promote our products without such broad and completely unsupportable statements. That can be left for the tablet types who boast "advantages" over EcuTek
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installing my 335 kit this friday night into Saturday, will keep you all posted.

http://forums.nasioc.com/forums/show....php?t=2770387 build thread
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Old 03-03-2016, 07:18 PM   #6882
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We installed a 210 sprintex pulley 75mm on one of my friend's gt86 .
Mike base tune is so good , no knock with tehran low octane pump gas , very smooth.
We returned oem map sensor , we use 700cc port injector plus dw65 pump fuel.
I will put some pictures and some data log files in the next week.
We are waiting for wide o2 harness and 69mm pulley.

Mr.Iman is car owner and he is very happy with driving feeling of his car.
Mapswitch 1 : E100
Mapswitch 2: E85
Mapswitch 3: E30
Mapswitch 4: pump gas
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Here is where I tap for my boost gauge:

I saw you sold your supercharger, but I have a question on this. I tried removing the rear allen bolt from the back for tapping in to get a boost reading for the gauge, but it stripped really easily. I'm wondering if you have your map plate still and if not how would you suggest I create one myself? Should I just buy a new one and drill a hole, weld the fitting onto it, and slap it back on?
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those bolts stripped really easy for me too, broke three of them.
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Looking at doing the intercooler upgrade this Summer. Wondering if anyone has recommendations on the stage 2 tune?
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Okay peeps, having a bit of an ish at the moment.
Under load in 3rd and 4th gear mostly, between 3k and 5k there is a bit of hesitation. There doesn't appear to be any knock from what I could see. I switched back to stock ROM and it was the same/worse.
Is this something in the tune or have I got some form of leak? I've checked everywhere and all bolts are tight, don't appear to be any obvious gaps under manifold. Fuel likes are free and loosey goosey so not pinched.

Any ideas?

69mm pulley, intercooled, stock MAP sensor and intake and MAF, Tomei UEL and over pipe, stock front pipe and catback.
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Okay peeps, having a bit of an ish at the moment.
Under load in 3rd and 4th gear mostly, between 3k and 5k there is a bit of hesitation. There doesn't appear to be any knock from what I could see. I switched back to stock ROM and it was the same/worse.
Is this something in the tune or have I got some form of leak? I've checked everywhere and all bolts are tight, don't appear to be any obvious gaps under manifold. Fuel likes are free and loosey goosey so not pinched.

Any ideas?

69mm pulley, intercooled, stock MAP sensor and intake and MAF, Tomei UEL and over pipe, stock front pipe and catback.
Tuning not tailor made maybe?

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That's my thoughts (and hopes) before I go getting a proper EcuTek tune.
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