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  1. I don't think that placement would be good for...

    I don't think that placement would be good for atomization and even cylinder distribution. I would drill / tap the cold side outlet of your FMIC, and place a nozzle on either side of that.
  2. Maybe an electronic version is something BW is...

    Maybe an electronic version is something BW is working on? Geoff couldn't disclose any details, but that would solve a lot of problems!

    In the mean time, if the spring will be giving me 16psi, I...
  3. Ah ok. Hrm, I don't believe that the diaphragm...

    Ah ok. Hrm, I don't believe that the diaphragm is tearing, it must be something else leaking. I would have to buy one and take it apart to have a look. What are fisher or flowserve? Companies?
  4. Probably just due to the actuator arm running up...

    Probably just due to the actuator arm running up and in to the lower part of the IWG can. I think that is where they are prone to leak. EWG do not have that issue.
  5. Then you will have to stick with the DMFW, and be...

    Then you will have to stick with the DMFW, and be limited to under 500-550whp to avoid the false misfires. Otherwise, SMFW, whether paired with a single disc or a twin disc = some rattle.
  6. $#@!, you are right. I must have skimmed past...

    $#@!, you are right. I must have skimmed past that. They should get close to 4-5x range if it was working properly. What a bummer. Looks like I will just use the high boost canister... How was...
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    If true, that's a pretty great deal!

    If true, that's a pretty great deal!
  8. If it was just Turbosmart's claims I wouldn't buy...

    If it was just Turbosmart's claims I wouldn't buy it, but it seems a few people got them in hand and tested, posting their personal results.

    Might be worth it for you to test it out ;)
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  9. Yea I know that had been the case, and I've seen...

    Yea I know that had been the case, and I've seen testing results from basically all of them that leaked / sucked / failed. This new TS version literally was JUST released though. It already has...
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    Very nice work! Mind if I ask what you charged...

    Very nice work! Mind if I ask what you charged to make this? And can you post a pic of the o2 bung placement?
  11. I'm going to run the BW "High Boost" IWG canister...

    I'm going to run the BW "High Boost" IWG canister to start, and switch to the turbosmart dualport IWG w/ a 4-port boost solenoid when I add port injection.





    Yep, OEM system will do just...
  12. Both banks are relieved. It is divided right up...

    Both banks are relieved. It is divided right up to the gate, like a proper TS IWG should be. Borg spent a ton of money developing the best flowing IWG around.
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    I would not have included / posted the results...

    I would not have included / posted the results from the 2.25" elbows. This is very misleading, as I'm sure most uninformed just looking at the graphs won't know you can't use that inlet size on any...
  14. You quoted the price for the T3 IWG 9180 there. ...

    You quoted the price for the T3 IWG 9180 there. A T3 flange turbo will NOT bolt up to the SteedSpeed manifold. It must be T4. Also, the prices for the 7670 and 8374 you have listed there are a...
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    I would probably target 22psi, and let PID /...

    I would probably target 22psi, and let PID / throttle closure bring it down if it goes over. Because once the DME hits 22.5psi, even if it's voltage > psi conversion ends up higher than 22.5psi, it...
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    Sure, it's just going to take awhile. I still...

    Sure, it's just going to take awhile. I still haven't even found all the dependencies tied to this hard limit. And while in there, may as well re-do the whole boost control & targeting logic since...
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    Yep, you sure can. With the scaling I listed...

    Yep, you sure can. With the scaling I listed above, it will let you use 22.5psi if you are at sea level. The DME still has a hardcoded limit of 22.5psi / 220-225 load, and it is ingrained in a LOT...
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    Correct N20 Sensor Scaling for Flash

    Hey guys, if you are using the N20 tmap sensor, chances are you probably have the wrong scaling values in your flash. What was posted / shared before was a little bit off.

    These values come...
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    Not yet, was on vacation. Hoping to make some...

    Not yet, was on vacation. Hoping to make some more progress this week :)
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    Damn that is bad! You sure you no pieces of the...

    Damn that is bad! You sure you no pieces of the compressor wheel made it into the motor??
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    So I'll be traveling to Napa Valley next month...

    So I'll be traveling to Napa Valley next month for the first time...looking for some good winery recommendations, and any other exciting / fun stuff to check out in the area. All info is appreciated...
  22. Targets around 1?

    Targets around 1?
  23. No, the Requested Torque % (High/Low) are...

    No, the Requested Torque % (High/Low) are basically throttle tables. They contain a % factor 0-100 which is pretty much the throttle blade opening angle for a given pedal position.

    I suggest...
  24. Donnie, there are two parts to the equation...

    Donnie, there are two parts to the equation here...requested torque and actual torque. Here's how I see it: Requested torque is the value being calculated in the DME and sent to the TCU. The trans...
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    I like the top version, it matches the color of...

    I like the top version, it matches the color of the car better!
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