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  1. WTB S15 helical LSD

    I'm looking for a complete s15 helical lsd. Inculding the pumpkin and stubs.
  2. High fuel pressure on boost

    It is the same car. That was a intermitint tps fauilure causing the flames. Standalone is another can of worms that I can't tackle right now. I'll just keep the boost down and enjoy it. It's a hoot at 15#'s, so I'm good with this setup for now. Later down the road I'll get standalone or a new flash from JWT. Interstingly, my evo x runs in the 9-10 afr from the factory with no smoke as well. Thanks for all the help everyone.
  3. High fuel pressure on boost

    Dang! I never knew that about Torco. I will stop using it. I can tell you that the plugs do have a slight red- brown to them. It has a brand new o2, it didn't fix the issue.
  4. Factory oil cooler questions

    Some companies recommend different locations for their coolers. Mine is an 1"-2" in front of the rad. I can't get temps over 190 no matter how hard I try. I saw no increase in my water temp by adding the oil cooler so the location works, at least on our cars. On a side note, I was experiencing oil pressure drop on tight corners. I was going to get an accusump but thought that the cooler oil will let the oil maintain its viscosity and it did. Now there is almost no pressure drop.
  5. High fuel pressure on boost

    Chickenman, thanks for your patience and perseverance. When I found out that race gas did read richer, I thought that was it but, strangely, I notice the same AFR's with 91 pump as I do with my race mix. No major change that I can see.
  6. High fuel pressure on boost

    What am I not answering? Sound like all of this is upsetting you. I have a life outside of this forum so give me a little time to reply to all the questions.
  7. High fuel pressure on boost

    Fuel is 91 with Torco race additive. O2 is 10 " away, LC1 is 30" away. The gauge is not in lamda, its in AFR. Min is 10 max is 20 AFR. Fuel pressure is set correctly as stated before, 30 psi with vacuum 36 psi without.
  8. High fuel pressure on boost

    Of course it could run even stronger, but right now it scoots, I just want to lean out the tune which, hopefully will be done by fixing all known issues first. I'm on fuel delivery right now hence this whole thread. I don't want to blame JWT for a bad tune until I know all is well on my end. I sure hope my gauge readings are correct or this is going to be a pain. I did happen to replace the fuel pressure sensor and it is reading the same as the old unit. Precision Z verified my Wideband/gauge matches there test equipment so..... You guys rock by the way, I've been so busy lately I needed an army to help me with this.
  9. High fuel pressure on boost

    Its see's nothing but race gas and I'm sure I heat it up the sensor plenty. All plugs look the same, semi dark brown. I'll find a pic. I want to do the WOT plug cut as I hear this is the only true way of determining how the burn is. All the gauge info you said is correct, min is 10 AFR.
  10. High fuel pressure on boost

    By old I mean I don't have a recent one of higher boost levels, The car still runs the same in the video as it does now.
  11. High fuel pressure on boost

    It definitely is better than lean and is why I still drive it. In most of my experiences the issues I have are usually my fault. Ben at JWT says it should be around 11.5-12 AFR on boost. I still have an issue, at 8 psi you will see fuel pressure ramp up too much. Look at 20 psi, fuel should be at 56 psi but its at 61. That's not correct. Most of the electrical systems have all been replaced/upgraded with new wires, relays, and a 70 amp alt. My setup: 83 auto F54 block, fresh stock p90 head, ARP bolts, unknown forged dished pistons, stock rods and crank, 2mm MLS head gasket, 7.4 cr, ported-polished-port matched intake manifold and exhaust manifolds, 2X Moroso oil separators, 240sx throttle body, Nismo 555cc injectors, Turbonetics TO4B, internal wastage hole enlarged, widemouth downpipe to V band stainless 3" with a Borla XR1 muffler, , Synapse BOV recirculating, Ford lightning MAF with my own custom intake with 6"velocity stack and 7" Amsoil air filter, Godspeed intercooler, Griffin super thick 2 core radiator, my own custom charge pipes, Setrab 25 row oil cooler with Misimoto thermostat and AN stainless lines, Aeromotive 1:1 FPR, 240x fuel filter, nissan 71c trans, larger than stock Spec clutch, alum flywheel, aluminum driveshaft, z31 CLSD 3.7 with cv's. There's more but my fingers are hurting.
  12. High fuel pressure on boost

    The video is kinda old. I have been slowly raising the boost to find the point of detention, I haven't found it yet, at least with race gas. My point was that it still feed adequate fuel at that boost level. It is scary fast at 27 psi, power unknown. From third gear and up it pulled hard on a new ZO6. My GPS speedo clocked a 10.9 1/4, that was at 25 psi I think. I have turned it down to 23 psi because thats fast enough. The turbo is kinda small, T3/T04b turbocharger with a T04B compressor housing and V trim compressor wheel. Ceramic ball bearing unit with a 57mm turbine wheel. The turbine housing is a .63 a/r. Water cooled as well. It's not that much psi for that size turbo.
  13. High fuel pressure on boost

    Not looking to go standalone as of now. The JWT tune runs so strong, its hard to justify right now. The gauges are from Depo Racing, they come with the pod. Good company that backs up their products.
  14. Factory oil cooler questions

    1: Do not mount the oil cooler falt against the Rad or AC condenser. Space it away by a minimum of 1" . Flush mounting reduces air flow considerably. Same with Auto Trans coolers or PS coolers. Those through the Rad zip ties that come in some kits are a quick, but inefficinet means of mounting. You need some gap for proper airflow. Lots of room in the Z nose to make a proper mounting bracket. Thats not what these guys say http://www.mocal.co.uk/FAQ.html But mine is mounted how you describe and its fine. All components where mounted via factory holes that my car isn't using anymore. Very basic aluminum brackets. Works extremely well. Never seen oil temps above 190 yet.