So I had Lund tune to 100oct racing fuel only with LTHs as I’m only using this car for Track days. They say it’s different then their 93 Tune but didn’t say how or elaborate in any way.
Actually when reading up on the entire racing fuel difference vs pump gas, obviously the octane is higher...
its not on? Both O2 sensors are installed on each side and I was able to not use the harness extensions.
Now I only have two miles of testing on it and a Lund tune, maybe that’s why, I’ll let you know after I drive it some miles on the track.
Here's the Thread, I like some of the ideas as well:
Here's my Photos 874,875,876
1. You have to remove the shipping bolts: see attached pdf for GT-350/500 but same for M1.
2. Once you've completed #1, you have to make sure your car is level, most garages are not level so you need the proper equipment or find a shop with the leveling pads. Please see this link if you want to...
Haven't driven it much only a quick test. Idle and low RPM not much louder, Wide open throttle it's as loud as my old Boss302R. Still have 220 miles only. However, the Orange M1 had 9900miles when I sold it. (Thought I could keep it but just too sentimental)
Yep, Res delete, Kooks LTH, cats and...
I'll let you know in about a month when I take it back on the track but the short answer is, I'm expecting significant performance improvement due to 190lbs in weight savings (all items including Apex wheels) plus LTH and Tune.
In a quick test, the car is a rocket. Seems significantly faster...
I know those two tracks well.
South track at AB you absolutely need to hit 2nd gear in turns 9 and 10. However when you do, the car will really come alive as the revs will be obviously way higher then you're use too. Turn #1, 11/12 as well but be ready to shift to 3rd rather quickly.