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    OK cool. I think welded is great in a straight...

    OK cool. I think welded is great in a straight line.
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    Not sure if you're planning to drive a lot on the...

    Not sure if you're planning to drive a lot on the street but I drove a welded center on the street for years with my Mitsubishi. The problem is that the stress it puts on the system in tight parking...
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    OK, thanks for the info Buraq. That does give me...

    OK, thanks for the info Buraq. That does give me an idea though...would an old Cobb have more value to anyone if it also happens to come with a matched copy of ATR? Long shot, I know. I8AOS if I...
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    I think I have a copy but can't remember if it...

    I think I have a copy but can't remember if it only works for a specific ECU or Cobb serial number. Message me an email address if you want to try it.
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    Very cool. I wondered if any N54 people went to...

    Very cool. I wondered if any N54 people went to that. Looks good to me. I was wondering if I would hit 150 on stock twins. I'm not sure but I think it's possible that altitude correction might...
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    Did you say that backwards? In my experience...

    Did you say that backwards? In my experience UNsprung disks are always easier to drive if you can put up with the noise. Meaning that I think you are driving the easiest to drive combination. ...
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    Springs definitely make it worse. A race clutch...

    Springs definitely make it worse. A race clutch that uses ceramic or any other material on the disk that isn't too "sticky" is actually fairly easy to to drive if there are no springs. The only...
  8. Bottom line...the lower the rpm is, the bigger...

    Bottom line...the lower the rpm is, the bigger the torque peak from the nitrous. So if you want to make a big horsepower number before it breaks, do it at high rpm only. 5000+. The wastegates seem...
  9. For misfire codes, especially when running a high...

    For misfire codes, especially when running a high boost tune I'd recommend NGK 5992 plugs gapped close.

    For jerking/stuttering with no code I would recommend datalogging, what I predict you will...
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    I left the engine cover on to keep all the stuff...

    I left the engine cover on to keep all the stuff on the top of the motor from getting too dirty. The noise comes from near the alternator. I'm not sure what else is down there. The fact that I...
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    I was about to say heater core too. Ever smell...

    I was about to say heater core too. Ever smell antifreeze when you wouldn't expect to?

    Not to hijack, but I have a cowl question...I've been running the filters for a little while myself. In...
  12. I definitely look forward to a full review since...

    I definitely look forward to a full review since I need something and it sounds like the 3+ isn't for me.
  13. Thanks for reporting the clutch issue. I welded...

    Thanks for reporting the clutch issue. I welded an early prototype feramic disk to a flywheel on a hard AWD launch back in the day on my Mitsubishi and didn't realize the Stage 3+ might do the same...
  14. You've got a lot more complexity going on than...

    You've got a lot more complexity going on than I'm used to due to the stacking. But I know that when I see that behavior on just a Cobb it's because the actual load is getting close to the...
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    I'm getting a new battery next week for the same...

    I'm getting a new battery next week for the same reason, but I'm going to go ahead and pay the price for the dealer to do it. One thing I didn't expect in this process is that I thought I blew a...
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    OK, I'm confused...updated APM and APV2B to the...

    OK, I'm confused...updated APM and APV2B to the latest levels, (2.1.1.8), (1.6.8.0-7302). Am checking for new code on ATR, but it says I'm at the latest (1.9.1.0-5050) and will not update. I have...
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    Sticky: I'm pretty confident that when you go above a...

    I'm pretty confident that when you go above a load of 180 you go into the failsafe table with the standard scaling on the main table. I rescaled my main map to also go to a load of 220 and believe...
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    Easily? With a 6MT? Until he's had a lot of...

    Easily? With a 6MT? Until he's had a lot of practice he'll probably be doing well to hit 2.0.
  19. If you're launching hard (2-step, full boost)...

    If you're launching hard (2-step, full boost) with AWD or slicks you can't be too picky about the little things, at least if you want your clutches to last more than 50 passes or so. My favorite...
  20. Speaking of CM850s, uniter a while back said this...

    Speaking of CM850s, uniter a while back said this (can't get the reply with quote to function tonight for some reason): "I'm running the CM dual disk setup, it's glorious and support high numbers....
  21. I've done a lot of Cobb logging on DCI and the...

    I've done a lot of Cobb logging on DCI and the stock intake, with stock IC and Helix. Besides all the stuff everybody already knows, what has surprised me is how much the hardware after the IC heat...
  22. Just curious, did you even consider the twin disk...

    Just curious, did you even consider the twin disk stuff like the clutchmasters 850?
  23. On these little turbos I just run the same boost...

    On these little turbos I just run the same boost curve all the time and only change the timing map and fuel scalars for E85 mixes. And I'm pretty much running all the boost I can get at high...
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    Sticky: OK, thanks.

    OK, thanks.
  25. Hah hah...yeah, that reminds me of the days when...

    Hah hah...yeah, that reminds me of the days when people thought a 16g was as big as you'd want to go on a 4g63 and a 20g was only good for the track.
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