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Old 09-26-2009, 03:35 AM   #5
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the sensor is going nuts. it is just giving jibberish. all of the log files I have sent you in the past showed it going crazy, anything above .4 load it will go full retard no matter what spark. You helped me out in the beginning figuring out what was wrong with it, and we ended up just turning it off... Since then ive been doing alright with the tuning, just some mechanical issues that I needed to work out. Had to go to SVT injectors, had to vent the PCV, still need the right size buckets, etc etc. its not even worth tuning it right now really, everything's gonna change when i get some bigger buckets. I have about .010" to gain on almost all valves... the cam timing and overlap being that far off is making things interesting.

Thanks for the tips on afr.
Originally Posted by Dennis_Grant
Remember this list: Bilstein; Penske; Koni; Ohlins; Sachs; Dynamic Suspension.

Not on this list? Almost certainly crap.
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