i have 225/40/17 avons all round and catback 3inch thats it,do you recommend getting rid of stage 2 boost eg earthing black wire? will this put up the bhp? make it run 8 bar? and i want to be running at 350bhp what mods are nessesary please exclude air filters i hate them,can i get the car modded to run 350bhp without getting it tuned or mappped or running lean?? please help on this one?
it will not up the bhp though, wont make you run 8 bar either but then you dont want it to make 8 bar :rofl:
why you taking the piss? i am quite a freshie here,why wouldnt i want to make it 8 bar whats funny about that? is it that much of a difference? is that what your finding funny oh and after earthing black wire do i need to do anything else e.g. reset ecu?:attention:
He was making fun of the fact that you said 8 bar instead of 0.8bar. As there is a VERY big difference, i would like to see the size of the turbo that could make that pressure!!!! He meant nothing against you.
You want to run your car at 0.8bar. Get your self an electronic boost controller, and also some sort of fueling control like an apexi safc, and go from there. They will need to be fitted and tuned by someone who knows what they are doing. Ideally on a dyno.
its cool i wouldnt take anyone having a laugh harshly i enjoy a g.s.o.h and thanks for your help lads i just got to find someone with a dyno around west midlands,i visited
a tuners site here and they recommend only tuning the factory ecu thats allready fitted i think its r.**** that sounds sensible.
divoluk i will let you know im going to try earthing that black wire on sunday cider house here i come!! lols (a country pub that makes VERY STRONG cider well known in westmidlands also good dogging spot.) just need to figure out after cutting the solenoid black wire in half do i need to earth the one coming off the solenoid or the one going to the solenoid??
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