sleepr

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  1. Yea my issues were avcs being intermittent and not respecting the target table. Which came down to the cam pulleys, apparently it is common practice to replace the cam pulleys when rebuilding a engine. I didn't change mine when my first engine ran BEB and I didn't have the screen filters, so def some metal would've gone through it. You can rebuild them however, but its a process. Here is a link on how to: https://forums.nasioc.com/forums/showthread.php?t=2713834 Also the avcs doesn't work when the engine is cold. The coolant temp/oil temp will need to be > 70-80 degrees. So I would suggest warming up the vehicle and then taking it for a drive and log and see if the avcs behaves.
  2. I have got a brand new maf sensor. PM me
  3. This will stop the belt from slapping soo much and wont let it slip tooths yea.
  4. Could be interested, depending on price.. I have a bp5 prefacelift 5mt.
  5. Niceeeeeeeeeeeee, I take it, this was done in 3rd gear as the ratio is so high and the km/h is 140ish
  6. That's good to hear. My limit will probably the injectors (912cc) and the fuel pump (dw65c). Fuel will be gull force 10 as it is better when going above 25psi. Hitech motorsport is doing my tuning. However not on the stock ecu. I have gone the haltech way :). They generally don't do many walk ins as their clients are targa based. From what I have spoken to the owner, he is very switched on and lines up with all the research I have done as well.
  7. The 275kw was after the upgraded valve springs and 22lb of boost yea? If the bottom was built you think it would've crossed 300kw? My build has been complete and has been at the tuner for couple of weeks. The car will be on dyno on Monday. But I am using the same turbo which is in question (hrc35/2) here. Mine is a 2.1 stroker forged and doweled. I am planning to run 28lb of boost to get me over the 300kw range. As Drews car I have upgraded the valve springs too. Here's hoping for 300kw. If not I will change the turbo to the airwerks 7670 as it's a poor man's efr 7670. The only reason I went with holset is due to the rebuild factor and that it should spool up better compared to the airwerks as the holsets turbine housing design is pretty darn good.
  8. Nice work man. Mind sharing which control module and the installation instructions?
  9. So what if you change everything (fuel pump, fpr, injectors, fuel lines to injectors to Ethanol compatible) except the main fuel line from the fuel pump from the back? Because that is the case for my JDM 2004 Legacy GT and my vin number starts with 7AT. The only reason I am considering running gull force 10 is due to my tuner. The tuner had this to say "The Gull force 10 fuel should be Ok for 28 psi, the BP98 isn’t really good enough for much more than 25 psi, we find that the increase in boost on that fuel requires a richer mixture and less ignition timing, and often there is no increase in power with the higher boost pressure". So I am hoping to stick to gull force 10. Any thoughts?
  10. So what springs would you recommended for bit of drop and handling? I currently have the sti pinks on mine. Need to lower it a bit
  11. Subscribed... Keen to fit it to my car as well as I don't just hop in and drive due to forged engine.