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Smile dyno'd the 93 fox last week

So last thursday I took my car to RWTD for a tune. With 42#inj and 255 intank stock lines all the way, a Mach 1 MAF the numbers we got were, 364rwhp and 572rwtq, @3200rpm. We couldnt do a full run because the car was getting lean @3100rpm and the MAF was near pegged, so we never got a full run. I didnt have a boost controller and I relied on the tial blowoff to be limited to 8-10lbs of boost(from what I have read) well, we saw 14-15psi at 3k.

I bought a set of 60#inj, glennsperformance.com fuel system(950hp with duel feed), mafia maf extender. Should be here next week sometime. I still need a boost controller. I am looking at some manual ones anybody have any advice on what to get without breaking the bank?

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####### them torque numbers are nuts!


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60 pounders, that is A LOT of fuel

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That is amazing torque! Was the hp still climbing when you had to shut down?
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Whats the lead time on Glenns fuel system?

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1995gtCPE Whats the lead time on Glenns fuel system?
Glenn said he has it all in stock, so shipping from AZ to FL, I might see it friday?

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Erich Was the hp still climbing when you had to shut down?
Yep, you can see in the graph. And he let off the throttle at 3100rpm as you can see it goes lean just after 3k, and it goes rich and made peak at 32xx almost 3300rpm.

short video, I dont know if corral will let me link it...but here is the 5th and final run which is the smaller numbers in the dyno graph.
http://media.putfile.com/short-dyno-run


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What do you mean you used the bov to limit your boost? Thats not a good way to do it.
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What do you mean you used the bov to limit your boost? Thats not a good way to do it.
I am fairly new to the way turbos work and am open for suggestions. I had read(somewhere??) that the spring in the Tial bov's would start by-passing at around 8-10psi. I guess I am way wrong on that.

Also, I tried hooking the vacuum line in front of the throttle plate, then also tried back on the plenum(by the f/p regulator vacuum tree), and the outcome was the same. I see on ebay there are some manual ones for $15.00. Anybody have any experience with that?
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You want your Wastegates to limit boost. So in other words, at a certain boost level, you bypass exhaust going thru the turbine. That will limit the air put out by the turbo. By trying to do it with a BOV, the turbo is making whatever air it can and you vent that air out the intake. The wastegate is way more direct and controllable.
What is your wastegate setup? If you have internal wastegates, they may be doing the limiting anyway.
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SH**, I meant waste gate. Sorry guys.

Erich- Do you use the baseline suspension on your cars?

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