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FP 68HTA dyno results

TK's9d2TSi

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Cincinnati, Ohio
I finished my install last week. Getting some knock up top so I'm going to pull 2* and increase boost as well cleaning up afr, and wg duty cycle.

My original goal was push the B16g on e85, so I picked up 1000cc's. Then picked up the 68hta, so now I'm in need of bigger injectors for e85 :ohdamn::ohdamn::ohdamn:.

FP mani, 44 mvr recirc on jmfab O2
 

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gofer

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Feb 18, 2006
South Gilbert, Arizona
...to get my v1 to over 50lbs/m I'm spiking 32psi and it settles to 28psi by 7.5k with timing advance to 17* peak, all mods are in my build profile.

Remember that your logged airflow is only accurate if your BoostEst and your MAP sensor reading being logged overlay, not saying this isn't the case but just something to think about when you're looking at airflow numbers in Link.
 

TK's9d2TSi

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...to get my v1 to over 50lbs/m I'm spiking 32psi and it settles to 28psi by 7.5k with timing advance to 17* peak, all mods are in my build profile.

Remember that your logged airflow is only accurate if your BoostEst and your MAP sensor reading being logged overlay, not saying this isn't the case but just something to think about when you're looking at airflow numbers in Link.

Thanks, Corey! I will check the two to make sure they’re matching. What fuel were you on?
 

gofer

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TK's9d2TSi

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Sep 11, 2017
Cincinnati, Ohio
...to get my v1 to over 50lbs/m I'm spiking 32psi and it settles to 28psi by 7.5k with timing advance to 17* peak, all mods are in my build profile.

Remember that your logged airflow is only accurate if your BoostEst and your MAP sensor reading being logged overlay, not saying this isn't the case but just something to think about when you're looking at airflow numbers in Link.

BoostEst and MAP are pretty close. What do you think?
 

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ThedetroitDSM

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Mar 31, 2020
West Bloomfield, Michigan
Bringing back an old thread but I accidentally hit 43 psi on the hta68 , my tuner currently has the log but with this virus shit we haven’t really been talking but . I believe we can hit about 35psi and make real good numbers at least 450-500
 
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