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Offline VG30_S12

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Re: S12 Sr20 Drift Car : S13 Stuff!
« Reply #1640 on: 11:11:38 PM / 15-Sep-10 »
geeze, did you do something to piss the car gods off?
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Re: S12 Sr20 Drift Car : S13 Stuff!
« Reply #1641 on: 11:50:28 PM / 15-Sep-10 »
geeze, did you do something to piss the car gods off?

Same thing we all did to piss them off; we bought s12's.
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Re: S12 Sr20 Drift Car : S13 Stuff!
« Reply #1642 on: 05:57:04 PM / 26-Oct-10 »




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and i just realized this thread has over 44,000 views

WOW


ive got similar thread on vadriven forums with 42,000 views too thats half as old

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new paint for the bay
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Re: S12 Sr20 Drift Car : rebuilding sr
« Reply #1643 on: 01:07:39 AM / 27-Oct-10 »
Thats cute <3


Deez why the flip are you so smart sometimes.

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Re: S12 Sr20 Drift Car : rebuilding sr
« Reply #1644 on: 03:12:20 PM / 27-Oct-10 »
paid almost nothing for it




good to have this time around, gotta figure out how to even use it


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Re: S12 Sr20 Drift Car : rebuilding sr
« Reply #1645 on: 04:17:05 PM / 27-Oct-10 »
OMG an SAFC2... PLEASE tell me you aren't actually going to use it?
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Re: S12 Sr20 Drift Car : rebuilding sr
« Reply #1646 on: 05:34:51 PM / 27-Oct-10 »
why not, the motor is stock, im not relying on it. i just dont want to end up in a minor leaning out issue like last time


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Re: S12 Sr20 Drift Car : rebuilding sr
« Reply #1647 on: 05:45:36 PM / 27-Oct-10 »
SAFC = engine death sentence.

If you want to avoid a lean condition, clean your MAFS, clean the injectors, and run a little richer of a tune. Oh, and get a GOOD wideband and a nice visible gauge.
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Re: S12 Sr20 Drift Car : rebuilding sr
« Reply #1648 on: 07:24:40 PM / 27-Oct-10 »
ive got a aem wideband, and how do i run a richer tune? just like that


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Re: S12 Sr20 Drift Car : rebuilding sr
« Reply #1649 on: 09:21:07 PM / 27-Oct-10 »
Adjustable fuel pressure regulator is a real easy way, but really the SR stock tune runs really rich as it is IMO.
ROM tuning is another easy DIY way too.

But please, PLEASE stay away from that SAFC, it accounts for damn near 70% of SR failures out there... Because people are dumb shits and think it's a magic power making device and allows them to jack their boost up to 1.5bar with out bigger injectors.
Most people just don't realize how an SAFC works, it does more to your ECU than just change fueling.

(I hate them with a passion BTW, as if you didn't notice already)
« Last Edit: 09:23:16 PM / 27-Oct-10 by seishuku »
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Re: S12 Sr20 Drift Car : rebuilding sr
« Reply #1650 on: 11:27:38 PM / 27-Oct-10 »
nismo200sx16 is runnin one on his SR setup...you should talk to him about using it if he doesnt chime in on here
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Re: S12 Sr20 Drift Car : rebuilding sr
« Reply #1651 on: 03:24:01 AM / 28-Oct-10 »
Adjustable fuel pressure regulator is a real easy way, but really the SR stock tune runs really rich as it is IMO.
ROM tuning is another easy DIY way too.

But please, PLEASE stay away from that SAFC, it accounts for damn near 70% of SR failures out there... Because people are dumb shits and think it's a magic power making device and allows them to jack their boost up to 1.5bar with out bigger injectors.
Most people just don't realize how an SAFC works, it does more to your ECU than just change fueling.

(I hate them with a passion BTW, as if you didn't notice already)

im not running 1.5 bar though, or trying too


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Re: S12 Sr20 Drift Car : rebuilding sr
« Reply #1652 on: 03:50:06 PM / 28-Oct-10 »
Was just an example.

If the engine is 100% stock (boost and all), then you should never need one of those.
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Re: S12 Sr20 Drift Car : rebuilding sr
« Reply #1653 on: 12:27:12 AM / 29-Oct-10 »
uhhh, i want less? lawlz!

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Re: S12 Sr20 Drift Car : rebuilding sr
« Reply #1654 on: 01:30:14 PM / 29-Oct-10 »
my friend uses safc but just to monitor shit, he doesn't actually tune with it at all.  So maybe you could just do that or something >.>

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Re: S12 Sr20 Drift Car : rebuilding sr
« Reply #1655 on: 02:21:37 AM / 01-Nov-10 »
ill give you $20 for it david
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Re: S12 Sr20 Drift Car : rebuilding sr
« Reply #1656 on: 06:54:13 PM / 01-Nov-10 »








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need a tq wrench! that i trust
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caged ca20e/ka24e/sr20det/ka24de/1jzgte SRA hatch. super sick

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Goddamn David you seriously are hard core man.
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Ohh, and unless you havn't figured it out yet, Stop driving with coolant leaks and Stop dropping nails in your fucking trannys!!!

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Re: S12 Sr20 Drift Car : rebuilding sr
« Reply #1657 on: 09:48:45 PM / 01-Nov-10 »
Just don't get a click torque wrench, they = bad for engine assembly.
Scale type ones are the way to go, and don't forget to pick up an angle indicator!
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Offline David B

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Re: S12 Sr20 Drift Car : rebuilding sr
« Reply #1658 on: 09:57:13 PM / 01-Nov-10 »
ive got a click type, and scale type. but they are both old as fuckk


caged ca20e/ka24e/sr20det/ka24de/1jzgte SRA hatch. super sick

Quote from: Arro
Goddamn David you seriously are hard core man.
Quote from: tjs91tsi
Ohh, and unless you havn't figured it out yet, Stop driving with coolant leaks and Stop dropping nails in your fucking trannys!!!

Offline seishuku

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Re: S12 Sr20 Drift Car : rebuilding sr
« Reply #1659 on: 10:18:28 PM / 01-Nov-10 »
old as fuck doesn't apply, as long as they aren't broken or abused.
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