TAKE ME FOR A RIDE NIRUSAN cough fnl cough
OK. But first I owe @SpeedPls a ride
Gas grass or ass
That must be a fun car to tear around in. Should make a solid 30+ more Wheel with the meth set up. You may have mention this already, but are you running a 50/50 mix or 100% meth?
Can confirm, car pulls hard.
i wish i could rep u right in the tits
how does full boat feel??
u wanna feel full boat 4 urself we'll go for a rip m7
OK DEALcan u sew?cuz you'll need to know how after full boat rips my clothes off
Running a 50/50 mix - "Boost Juice" is stuff I'm buying locally .
Skip the Boost Juice and just buy "Turbo washer fluid" from Home Depot / RonaFraction of the price and exactly the same mixture.
Just finished up tuning today. I hit my goal of 350wHP (vDyno numbers) pretty quickly once I started spraying the water-methanol and my tuner hit me with this..."The good news is that we are right at your power goal of 350whp. The better news is that we are able to exceed it. Attached is the next iteration increasing performance further."I went through a couple more revisions with my tuner walking the power up ever so slightly, and in all honesty I kind of losing sight of my original vision of "more power, but not sacrificing longevity". In the end I ended up dialling it back a just tad in the last couple revisions just to keep my mind at ease. At this point in time I'm more than happy with the power the car has, its a perfect power level for a daily driver. I know some people have strong opinions on virtual dyno numbers, but I honestly believe that if done correctly on a flat stretch of road with no head or tail wind that the numbers it spits out can be quite accurate, or at least be used as a rough gauge for the numbers you should expect on a real dyno (in this case, a dynojet). For anyone curious as to where I left off and what my power curve looks like, I'll post my last vDyno below. The turbo is pushing just over 40 lb/min at 6800 RPM.I'm pretty sure that's the last of the power mods the car is going to be seeing. There are more than a handful of people running 400+ wHP on the stock block, but at this point in time I don't see myself wanting to push past where I am right now.So... what's next?Yup. The plan for winter is to swap out the current Koni/GC combo for Air Lift performance struts with Air Lift 3P management .
I could be missing something, but 4.55cfm at 0psi?
The pressure rating ("@ X psi") is the pressure at which the compressors are pumping against. So if the air tank is empty the compressors flow 4.55 CFM of air - this value decreases as more air fills the air tank and there is pressure against the compressors.
Keeping the same wheels? or planning on changing the set up?
Right, but wouldn't "empty" be like atmospheric pressure?