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    2013: '00 B4 RSK Rev.C (sold 2014 June)
    2014: '99 STi Type RA V5.10 (Twinscroll setup with complete v10 GDB driveline), Still own.
    2018: '01 Legacy GT Rev.D 'E-Tune'

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  1. Link or a straight up grounding issue. It’s frustrating as hell. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. Yep, the honeywell 150psi sensors require a 12v feed. I've tested the ignition coils and that's seeing things properly. It's just ECU voltage line that's the issue at this stage, but I'm taking the initiative to do the other things too, since I'm already there lol
  3. So after quite a while trying to find where my over fueling issue at idle is, and potentially my issue also with my fuel pump staying on all the freaking time, its come down to something rather... Simple, yet so annoyingly hard to find. The wiring in my RA is stopping my ECU from seeing full voltages. it's getting 9.4-9.8v MAX. and it's still running which is amazing to be honest. Now, you may ask, why would this cause an over fueling issue? Brilliant question! ECU's control the injector dead time, with voltages. The lower the voltages, the greater the dead time. the higher the voltage and the faster dead time. As seen below and explained brilliantly by link. So as you can expect, the lower the voltage the ECU sees, is the absolute highest it could be expected to output. Soooooo How am I going to solve this? Well eliminate the wiring harness entirely for 12v delivery to the ECU, but not only for that for for the fuel pump, Can Lambda wideband, Fuel pressure sensor, Flex Fuel sensor, and oil pressure sensor. Due to the above, this is how I came to doing this.
  4. Did you get a police report? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. Just because I'm a hoe for nice stuff. Can you also send me the price list haha.
  6. I purposefully made a trip once to pick up a set of MCA red shocks as it was cheaper to fly and bring them back with me than it was to ship and pay those customs bastards money Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. Clean sheeted the Type RA. She is now road legal for the first time in just over two years Also bought rego. Because that’s needed and yeah lol Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. To be honest, I think you're jumping to a conclusion and this is going to cause you more issues potentially. The science behind a good twinscroll setup across the board says that they perform really well. It may also be a case of you've gone to a rear housing that simply is too big for your engine, or the wastegate hasn't been done right. The BIG thing here is you don't know at this point because you've made what is 3 separate changes ALL of which could be the cause or small effects from each are causing a knock on effect. First being the header change (could be a collapsed or problematic flexi in it, have you still got the headshielding on it?) second is your wastegate setup (as above if it's not divided, I know for a fact that reduces spool as when it broke off on Furzes car, we lost at least a couple hundred RPM across the range. Also if it's divided TOO far and the gate isn't quite closing enough when hot (metal expands) third is the turbos rear housing A/R is significantly larger (too big for application?? I think the above is more likely)
  9. We talking intakes or intake manifolds? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. You're not wrong but not 100% right either. Considering there is probably near or over 2billion people who live in countries that drive on the left like us.... 2billion isn't a small market. Though 1.4billion of that is India, of which the average income per year as of 2016 is $616usd annually. There will still be millions who can afford it, but yeah.
  11. I looked it up.... Woooooooo that's a lotta $$.
  12. Ah I need to buy one of those next week. How much was it? Sent from my TA-1012 using Tapatalk
  13. So I finally got round to putting my boot on the legacy’s as the old one was proper buggered! Yuuuck. Definitely hadn’t had a clean under here for a LOOOOOOONG time Nice and clean now Time to get the new tailgate on it! Aaaand all done Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. Ahhhh same issue I had. I ended up getting my piping fabricated to fit my bov. Sent from my TA-1012 using Tapatalk
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