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  1. S550_LGND

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    Those are Some Good Numbers!
     
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    3.90 made 1058
    4.38 made 897
     
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    I cant believe you guys are running that much boost 17 - 20psi and not lifting heads or gaskets. Im assuming studded heads and built motors?
     
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    +1. Also curious if sleeved or not. At what boost level are stock sleeves in danger?
     
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    I have rods/pistons, ARP studs, and Cometic head gaskets. Stock block non-sleeved.

    I was running a 4.38 pulley at 16-17 lbs before I upgraded the engine.
     
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    Get the p1x over the p1 or d1
     
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    Can everyone give examples of timing you guys are commanding on 93 vs E85 and boost. Trying to dial in my P1X 93/Boostane around 99 octane. Thanks!
     
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    Been so long since I ran 93 kinda forget. But Im thinking Max total was 17-18 range. On E Max is 22-23
     
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    Yeah that’s what I’ve seen as well but trying to figure what boost level that applies to?
     
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    i'm at probably 12-13 lbs with 93/boostane to 101/102 octane and i want to say i'm at 19 degrees
     
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    Yesssssssssssss

    As long as they don't detonate, they live. :)

    I normally set everything limited to 23 (can't go over that)
    However, if you wanna poop your pants, I have a car that runs 27...
    (oddly enough, its still together lol) How in the world I don't know. LOL.
     
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    What lambda is being commanded with you boosted E85 guys. Currently I’m at .77 on 93/Boostane thanks
     
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    Would that be capping MBT at 23?
     
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    Well I'm no tuner but pretty sure Lambda should always trying to be 1.0. Mines flutters .97 -1.02 but is trying to maintain that 1.0. Should be that way for any fuel you run. The AFR will change with different fuel types.
    .77 seems really rich.
     
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    .77 at wot is fine from what I've seen. 1.0 at wot means you have a dead engine lol.. lambda is a ratio, for gas 1.00 is equal to atmospheric pressure I think In psi (14.7). A .77 lambda is equal to 14.7*.77 which is an AFR of 11.3.

    It has to do with stoichiometry which I used to know about but have forgotten since I've been out of school.
     
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