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I would personally not run the car with high oil pressures. You have a chance to do some damage to your oiling system and turbo. As far as I know the T25 turbo doesn't have an inline oil pressure restrictor due to the fact that when fed from the cylinder head pressures don't exceed operating...
4G63, especially strokers do not like solid aluminum pulleys. you need a harmonic dampener especially if you removed your balance shafts. Also, what is a 45 angle valve job? Sounds intense.
I wouldn't worry about bench racing worry about getting your car put together and keeping it together...
You can take a drill and manually spin the oil pump. If you have already assembled the engine with a timing belt you will have to remove it.
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Right, thanks. I prefer not to run the Mishimoto one. I already have it and it doesn't really work as well as I would like. I'm rebuilding my ducting and I need to move some serious air through this huge VRSF front mount.
I'm ready to spend some cash on the last set of fans and radiator parts...
Does anyone know the part number of the 2x12" Flex-a-lite puller fans with shroud? I'm trying to buy a set, but I can't find anything on the normal vendor websites. Are these even produced anymore? If not is there a recommended alternative that I could bolt up to my 95+ style Mishimoto radiator...
I love my Punishment Racing O2. I recently upgraded to a STM open dump since I didn't need the recirc. I've only seen one other person around my home town run an eBay one like that. He had no issues, but your mileage may very.
If you have the money buy the PR one to show some support/peace of...
It's not so much the proven members you want to really listen to as much as it is the Wisemen.
Like with all things, you win some and you lose some. Just keep posting while trying to be as descriptive as you can and hope for the best. (Be sure to search the forums before you post, as this site...
Verify your ISC is properly functioning by capturing, and displaying ISCPos. After you've done that verify your ISCPos is at or near 30. If it isn't, then rotate your BISS clockwise or counter-clockwise to achieve this outcome.
If you need more help, you could also attempt to watch these...
I would perhaps start by watching the Demo videos posted on the DSMLink website. (Here)
You need to verify that you have the correct values in place for your injectors. (Global/Deadtime) And that if it has any sort of MAF/Airflow adjustments then zero those out.
That's a bad way to look at determining which size of injector you need. Instead look at what the 16G flows (Big, Small, Knock-Offs all flow differently) and determine what kind of airflow/horse power you'll be making and go from there.
There is a nice set of calculators/spreadsheets that can...
Make sure you watch the demo videos on ECMLinks website. Also, I read that you should try and set your idle/ISCPos while in a gear. Just know that your idle might raise when you go to Park or Neutral, but no worries.
Yes, that's exactly what I mean. I think that a stock 2.0l MT will pull right around .26gm/rev, but I'd like to be able to computer what I should be aiming for on my car.
I realize that AirflowPerRev isn't really a set number, and if your fuel trims are in line...
You could always just increase your idle to around 1000-1200rpm that way when you drop it into gear it mellows out around 750-950rpm.
I honestly don't know how the Auto works. I wish I had an answer. I was under the assumption that you were a MT.
I've never heard of grounding the timing to set your BISS/ISCPos.
I usually just set my desired idle, make sure my idlesw is working, and then turn the BISS 1/4 turn, wait, and repeat the process until your vehicle is idling around where you want it, and your ISCPos is around 30.
As long as your car doesn't have an exceptionally large boost leak it will drive around just fine. However, your WOT/Spirited driving will not work, and I would not try it.
If you stay out of boost and, like I said, don't have any major issues (holes, missing couplers) then the car will drive...
I'm in Korea with the Army, and what Mike96 is true. Joining the military isn't a catch-all freebie. In fact I know two ignorant people who purchased, and attempted to ship home Skylines (R33, R32) only to have them impounded and crushed; never to be seen again.
It very well could take care of the boost leak. You won't know until you make a tester and perform the test. Hell, you could have a crack in one of your end tanks, or something like that which would require a new intercooler.
I'm saying wastegate pressure on a stock T25 is much higher than 5PSI leading me to believe you have a large boost leak. I would recommend that you check that first.
The Subaru owner has no idea what he is talking about (when it comes to our cars). Ignore him. With the way our cars meter...
I would have to agreed with oil weight silencing ticking. In my old 1G running Castrol DinoMix 10w-30 it would tick, however if I added Lucas oil goop to the mix it would quiet down.
In my 2.3 6 bolt I run Rotella T6 5w-40 and notice almost no tick.
First, that is not stock boost pressure on a T25. I would suspect that you have a major boost leak. Build a boost leak tester. Also are you pulling any DTC's? A bad front O2 sensor can cause the car to not enter closed loop, and your MPG as well as low throttle cruising will suffer.
Stabil worked for me, 11 month storage. The fuel was definitely ruined, but it started right up and with it tuned down it got around town until I could refill the tank.
E: I also didn't have a problem with this because I was still running a "stock" fuel system with nothing more than some used...
You can more than likely buy a single one from a vendor or any other parts website. Also, could you please work on your spelling. It's hard to understand you sometimes.
I would try websites like JNZ, ExtremePSI, MAPerformance, DSMTuners Classifieds, or something like that.
I know on my 2.3l six bolt that I capped mine off. Not only did I not have the provisions on my water neck/pipe, but I did not care for the water cooled one. If my oil temperature is too hot, then I'll invest in a reputable Air cooled oil cooler.