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Old Jul 6, 2018, 09:55 AM
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FYI there are 2 ports on your oil filter housing that you can use to get oil pressure readings.
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FYI there are 2 ports on your oil filter housing that you can use to get oil pressure readings.
Yea i tried those and man they are really stuck on there.... that's why i ended up using this device but im gong to see if i can get back on it again.
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Old Jul 6, 2018, 05:00 PM
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Check your wheels bearings, and brake pads.
yea this is the next thing i a m going to check, what should i look for though, i gave them a quick look over today and didn't see anything out of the norm.
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Yea i tried those and man they are really stuck on there.... that's why i ended up using this device but im gong to see if i can get back on it again.
They have threadlocker on them. If you use a torch and heat the area up it'll come out with minimal effort.
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Those guys over at AG AUTO are great bunch of guys and the owner antony is a stand up guy. had some issues with my car that a couple shops around here kept telling me i needed to rebuild my engine because i went with to high of a compression for E85. And i called antony and he knew the issue over the phone, Took the car to him and he and crisspeed got the car fixed in one day and Made 490HP. If you need help let me know always down to help a Mitsubishi owner...
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Those guys over at AG AUTO are great bunch of guys and the owner antony is a stand up guy. had some issues with my car that a couple shops around here kept telling me i needed to rebuild my engine because i went with to high of a compression for E85. And i called antony and he knew the issue over the phone, Took the car to him and he and crisspeed got the car fixed in one day and Made 490HP. If you need help let me know always down to help a Mitsubishi owner...
Thanks, ill definitely hit you up for some help, i know i will need it one day.

Here are some updated pictures. Finally did my COP system, car does feel a little better and i should have taken pics of my old spark plugs they looked like they were falling apart.





Only driven on it a few times on it but recently i have been noticing my gas moving a bit quicker than when i first got the car a few months ago. Just did a fill up and will track mileage with light pedal driving.
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Ok here's a small picture update.



Old Exhaust, anyone want a Buschur Magnaflow, i'm keeping it for a week then if nobody pays for shipping i am just throwing it out.



New Exhaust : HKS TI Sounds great.


My battery relocation, the handle comes off.
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Hey this maybe a stupid question, i am running a MBC and i am looking to install my Omni 4 Bar map sensor. My question is how would setting up ECU based boost control effect the MBC, would it be suggested i setup my EBC which i have but not installed yet. Just haven't read up on setting my EBC yet can i install the Omni 4 bar without worrying my car wo't run the same.

Any answers greatly appreciated, also I will be going Speed Density in the near future.
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Hey this maybe a stupid question, i am running a MBC and i am looking to install my Omni 4 Bar map sensor. My question is how would setting up ECU based boost control effect the MBC, would it be suggested i setup my EBC which i have but not installed yet. Just haven't read up on setting my EBC yet can i install the Omni 4 bar without worrying my car wo't run the same.

Any answers greatly appreciated, also I will be going Speed Density in the near future.
The problem is, the ECU cannot affect a MBC. You want to have the EBCS hooked up in place of the manual boost controller. If tuning with the manual boost controller, you have to set your boost first, then tune your fuel and timing map to that boost. It makes it difficult when switching maps.

With speed density, you will use the 4 bar MAP sensor and EBCS. No need to install an IAT sensor as temperature is taken from fuel temp. Duty cycle of the EBCS is then adjust adjusted depending on how much boost you desire from the tune.
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The problem is, the ECU cannot affect a MBC. You want to have the EBCS hooked up in place of the manual boost controller. If tuning with the manual boost controller, you have to set your boost first, then tune your fuel and timing map to that boost. It makes it difficult when switching maps.

With speed density, you will use the 4 bar MAP sensor and EBCS. No need to install an IAT sensor as temperature is taken from fuel temp. Duty cycle of the EBCS is then adjust adjusted depending on how much boost you desire from the tune.
Thanks i will look to get my omni and EBCS setup at the same time then once figure out how to go Tephra.
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