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Tuning..How do you guys have yours??

I have complete the install of my turbo kit and now looking at different ways of tuning it. Car has 255 intank and t-rex inline..and need to get 60s or 42s


please list what you are using to tune your car

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What are your mods and expected horse power levels?


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Get the 60's for sure. My car with QT kit and a TFS/Holley top end hit 504/500 with the 42's and a SCT tune. The injectors are getting close to maxing out at this level. I wish I gotten the 60's now

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What are your mods and expected horse power levels?
looking for 550

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is there a calibrated m/a for 60s that isnt sct??

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I am using a SCT meter and chip, IF you are looking to get around 550 then I would go with the 60's. I had Bod Kurgan tune mine, I would check it out.

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60's

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You will be much happier if you go ahead and do the 60s. Figure we never have enough HP so why buy the 42s and decide you need more later. And I don't think the SCT meters are calibrated they should be done through the ECU like the stock meter. If your cold side is 3" or smaller you may be able to get away with your stock MAF and the EXtender or a Mafia

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i'm running 42# on mine and it's fine, now my buddy is running 42# on his and he's running out of fuel. I'd probably go with the 60# since they are basically the same drivability.

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i'm running 42# on mine and it's fine, now my buddy is running 42# on his and he's running out of fuel. I'd probably go with the 60# since they are basically the same drivability.
yeah ill be going with the 60s..Ive been watching your setup on svtper..sweet ride man..


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I am using a SCT meter and chip, IF you are looking to get around 550 then I would go with the 60's. I had Bod Kurgan tune mine, I would check it out.

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are you on one tune or multiple tunes?

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Anderson PMs with injector driver, 84 lb Precision Turbo injectors, SCT BA3000 meter, Aeromotive Eliminator fuel system.
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I am running two tunes. One for low boost and one for higher boost. With the tune I that I have gotten I have taken the car for a trips up and down the high with a best of about 24mpg.

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I am running two tunes. One for low boost and one for higher boost. With the tune I that I have gotten I have taken the car for a trips up and down the high with a best of about 24mpg.
are the tunes on chips or a sct switch?

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Stock untuned A9L, 76mm C&L MAF, 42lb injectors, A1000 pump and Aeromotive regulator. No dyno numbers, but running at 11.4:1 A/F Ratio and a 9.81 @ 139 mph quarter mile.

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Stock untuned A9L, 76mm C&L MAF, 42lb injectors, A1000 pump and Aeromotive regulator. No dyno numbers, but running at 11.4:1 A/F Ratio and a 9.81 @ 139 mph quarter mile.
Thats nuttz !! I like it !! some sick numbers!!


I run stock untuned A9P (auto comp) 3in PMAS pro tube (blow threw). 42s feed by a 255lph high pressure intank.

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SCT Chip and BA2800 MAF with a
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are the tunes on chips or a sct switch?

The tunes are on the Chip and I have a little switch I flip to change from one to another.

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60s , aftermarket MAF , and good tune with a chip .....
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Stock untuned A9L, 76mm C&L MAF, 42lb injectors, A1000 pump and Aeromotive regulator. No dyno numbers, but running at 11.4:1 A/F Ratio and a 9.81 @ 139 mph quarter mile.
just so people know , this is not the NORM ......very few guys are able to run sets ups like this , where is your base timing at ? and how much boost are you seeing ?
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Stock untuned A9L, 76mm C&L MAF, 42lb injectors, A1000 pump and Aeromotive regulator. No dyno numbers, but running at 11.4:1 A/F Ratio and a 9.81 @ 139 mph quarter mile.
thats crazy

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just so people know , this is not the NORM ......very few guys are able to run sets ups like this , where is your base timing at ? and how much boost are you seeing ?
You're right, it's not the norm. I've just kept a really good eye on my wideband and have been running a mix of race gas (probably 104 octane with a 91 pump/110 race mix). My timing is locked at 25* Adv and my boost is around 18-20 psi. I'm sure the 42's are going static and my MAF is pegging according to the LM-1 w/ RPM kit. The best thing of all is, it's very streetable. I have little to no surge, idles at 14.7 air/fuel ratio and cruises at 14.7 air/fuel so it pretty much runs like a stocker and can be driven anywhere you want to buy gas for. It will daily drive on 91 octane with the boost cranked down.

This winter it will probably get some nice upgrades.

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ABNORMAL here also. Stock A9L spout locked out @20 degrees 42lb. injectors been doing this for four yaers and 25K miles. These numbers were with GT40 heads and a Cobra intake I had laying around from my 93Cobra,I'm sure that with the Trick-Flow lower and Hogan upper I can do better than that, need to go to dyno.


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ABNORMAL here also. Stock A9L spout locked out @20 degrees 42lb. injectors been doing this for four yaers and 25K miles. These numbers were with GT40 heads and a Cobra intake I had laying around from my 93Cobra,I'm sure that with the Trick-Flow lower and Hogan upper I can do better than that, need to go to dyno.

I've been meaning to tell you that I dig your car. It was a very nice photo shoot in the mag.

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