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  1. It’s getting more and more frustrating seeing terrible advice and wild claims posted. For the love of god any owners reading this please run a vac referenced FPR on your boosted setups. P.S still waiting for examples of all these failures for every reason under the sun 🤔 There is going to be some real catastrophic failures if some of this advice is followed
  2. In this case you may find this article I wrote interesting 😊 https://racecal.co.uk/blogs/news/racecal-tech-insight-mbt-ignition-timing-and-knock
  3. You can do different times with the custom option, but most popular currently is 100-200 kph
  4. You’ve said this many times and I’ve never seen examples? TD map the majority anyway, the 8 or so I’ve done have never had an issue with a big end going after a dyno session.
  5. I have the 54 way Glanza ones in stock if anyone needs one
  6. Lovely work, i actually quite like the colour of the gearbox case!
  7. Feel free to bring it down after and can do a comparison here also. TD have always been a bit funny about doing back to back tests on different dyno's. I may even do a dyno day on a Saturday morning or something if people are interested.
  8. You could come and use my hub dyno but i dont think you're local to London? Whens it going on? 0.5 bar id say upto 170-180ish, but so many variables on roller dyno.
  9. The pumps will have no effect on HP or Lambda if all working correctly as its a returned system. When its going on the dyno? Is it a hub dyno or a roller dyno?
  10. Yes I gathered you were ;), again a 255 + 340 is massively overkill, I’d run the one, as 2x also places more load on the electrical system unnecessarily. Yea id say they were being ambitious saying 500, but I suppose 450 isn’t a million miles away. Staging the pumps is a good idea if running more than two, but again, only if you need the extra fuel flow For most starlets you’re never really going to need more than a 330lph (and that’s only if your aiming for 450+ bhp)
  11. A 600lph pump is massively overkill unless youre running alchol in the fuel. For reference a 255lph will just about flow enough for 450bhp on a pump fuel flat out, fuel pressure was approx 4.5 bar (base + map). For a 200/300 bhp build a 255lph is more than enough. Any bigger like 600lph, you're going just going to be heating the fuel up unnecessarily and returning most of it through the reg (thats if you reg can even cope with the flow) back to the tank. Literally pointless.
  12. ITEC 100% over Garrett for me. Looking good Joey 😎
  13. Yes but what is the actual difference you've seen in Deg C?
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