IC pipes finally back from the powdercoater. Now to get that damn bumper back on.
Yep, that cleared up after I ran it for a couple days. I figured some oil must have gotten in the intake when I flipped it upside down to put the oil pan on.McGMT said:Saw a video of this a while back, did it quit smokin` yet like it was when it was N/A? I remember it was blowing a little blue when you first got it done, was just wonderin if it went away with a lil` bit of use.
^^ You and me both.ScarabEpic22 said:Glad you were able to limp it to your new place man, I still cant wait for you to get the cooling dialed in and crank the boost. I still LOVE the VVT turbo, they can make boost at idle if you want 'em too!
Yep, thats the only downfall of not having the PCM control the VVTurbo (realized that VVT already exists on our engines, dont want others to get confused ha). In the Duramaxes, the ECM controls the vane position to build boost at lower RPMs, fortunately/unfortunately for the I6 they love to rev. And thats a big turbo for an I6 to begin with...limequat said:^^ You and me both.
BTW, I did hook the VVT to simple on/off. Didn't notice much difference except it was really quiet when "ON" and really loud when "off". Cool
Cool, thanks! My P0068 maf/map/throttle correlation is disabled.ScarabEpic22 said:Whats your P0608 value set to?
Can you post a log of it? I know you have HPT, dont think you have EFILive. If you're comfortable with me looking at your tune, shoot it and the log to my email and Ill check it out for ya.
I checked in my tune and the COT conditions were set to something like 493 F. For good measure I went ahead and set COT lambda to 1.ScarabEpic22 said:Ah yes that will do it, glad you got it sorted out. I got your email, dont have HPTuners on my work laptop and my personal one is at home. Might be able to look at it tonight or tomorrow, but dumping fuel does weird things.
Did you kill COT as well? I had that kick in on my SS when I had it on the dyno last, got 10.5:1 at 4400-5000rpms. Not good for power...
Much better!ScarabEpic22 said:I dont know what the parameters for piston protection are, I just looked through my SS tune quickly and couldnt find it.
How's it running with COT set to 1 and the other changes?
Yeah it is kinda quiet... I have a resonator and magneflow.oh05ext said:it sounds really quiet. i have a co-corker with a 2jz swapped supra like yours and his is pretty loud,it must be the different types of exhausts i guess.whats the limiter set at on your car?i elieve he said his cuts at around 6500 rpm.his car needs tuned badly
You need a 2 Bar MAP in order to see boost, the stock 1 Bar will only show up to 100/105 kPa or 14.7PSI aka atmosphere/1Bar of pressure. As soon as you introduce FI, you WILL be above this and max the MAP out. Depending which PCM you have will dictate my answer on this one, the P10 Id leave the stock 1 Bar in place and figure out a place to mount another 2 Bar MAP (and feed this into your boost controller/whatever you'r using to control fuel/spark in boost). P12 or E67, swap the 1 Bar for a 2 Bar and adjust for it.bruhaba said:Nice work Lime. You must be having a ton of fun now. What was the reason for running a 2 bar map sensor? I should be driving my project this weekend and you have me wondering now because I have the stock 1 bar map in the intake.
Yep. From what I understand the airflow calculation uses a blend of MAP and MAF at low load and then switches exclusively to MAF in high load.bruhaba said:OK, basically just to log it. My 06 should just carry out the last value of the ve table. I wouldn't think it's a problem like Lime said, the MAF takes care of it. Great idea though to be able to log it.
Thanks! Still working out the kinks, but when it's happy it's like "whoa, hold the f*** on!"bruhaba said:Nice work Lime. You must be having a ton of fun now. What was the reason for running a 2 bar map sensor? I should be driving my project this weekend and you have me wondering now because I have the stock 1 bar map in the intake.