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Old May 15, 2018, 01:10 PM
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FP red ss housing 93octane/Sunoco 104

Below is the mod list in the car. We did two different tunes, one using 93 octane and the other on Sunoco 104.
2006 JDM Evo 9 MR
Current mod list is:
Buschur full race tbe
ets licp and uicp
ets 3.5" wide tank intercooler
stm intake with maf
STM Evo 9 Coil-On-Plug Ignition System
grimspeed electronic boost
walbro 255
gsc s2 cams, retainers and springs
FIC 1100cc Injectors
FP red ss housing
Fp race manifold




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Very nice powerband!
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Do you know what your injector duty cycle was at?
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Do you know what your injector duty cycle was at?
probably around 97% of using Evoscan. Lol
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Do you know what your injector duty cycle was at?
Will check Jay from Boosted tuning and let you know.
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Taking a closer look, I think your injectors and/or our fuel pump are maxed out from 4800rpm.
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Originally Posted by 2006EvoIXer View Post
Taking a closer look, I think your injectors and/or our fuel pump are maxed out from 4800rpm.
possibly, It might be fuel pump. Only have the single walbro when we did tune. Jay did say we could go more but car was already making more than safe limit for torque. Will double check with him though.
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That's goals!
Thanks!! Car does feel amazing. Canít wait for the 2.3. Stroker though!
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I'm very surprised it made that with the walbro 255. My car was out of pump, on pump gas, at 26.5psi of boost with a walbro 255 with the red.
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I'm very surprised it made that with the walbro 255. My car was out of pump, on pump gas, at 26.5psi of boost with a walbro 255 with the red.
I agree the fuel setup doesn't look like it could support the power this Evo is making. Were ambient temps different? Maybe it was done on a road with a slight decline? Was your Evo 8 road tuned like this Evo 9? Maybe the MIVEC gave this Evo an advantage?
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The 93 tune is pretty healthy but it doesn't surprise me that he made that much on Sunoco 104, it's got higher octane than pump E85 and doesn't carry the lower energy density downside that ethanol does. Keep in mind he is on an SS housing and that will give him more top end power.

Also there is no CF stated on the dyno sheets so it may be different than what most use.
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I agree the fuel setup doesn't look like it could support the power this Evo is making. Were ambient temps different? Maybe it was done on a road with a slight decline? Was your Evo 8 road tuned like this Evo 9? Maybe the MIVEC gave this Evo an advantage?
Temps was probably close to 90. Also logs were done on the same road in both directions to make sure it was accurate as possible. Car does feel amazing though!
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Originally Posted by ayoustin View Post
The 93 tune is pretty healthy but it doesn't surprise me that he made that much on Sunoco 104, it's got higher octane than pump E85 and doesn't carry the lower energy density downside that ethanol does. Keep in mind he is on an SS housing and that will give him more top end power.

Also there is no CF stated on the dyno sheets so it may be different than what most use.
What does CF stand for on the dyno sheet? Still new to all of this. But yeah the SS housing is amazing on Sunoco 104. Like I said before we could have went with more boost but decided to leave it there because of the torque already exceeding the safe limit.
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Originally Posted by itzpunisha View Post
What does CF stand for on the dyno sheet? Still new to all of this. But yeah the SS housing is amazing on Sunoco 104. Like I said before we could have went with more boost but decided to leave it there because of the torque already exceeding the safe limit.
On dynos, there is a CF (correction Factor) for air temperature and elevation correction to estimate at standard temperature at sea level. I haven't heard aboutva CF on virtual dyno. Althought we set entire car weight with passengers to estimate the whp and torque.
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