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Old 07-29-2014, 04:03 PM   #18
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Thanks guys I can't afford to do the gauges right now
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Old 07-29-2014, 04:18 PM   #19
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Don't do the meth kit till you get a wideband, you can run your engine too rich with it. Do you have headers?
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Yes I have every bolt on for the v6
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You can remove your rear o2 sensors completely then with the longtube tune, Arno turns them off. I placed my wideband's in there place to keep the narrowband's close to the engine.

Definitely get the Torque app and monitor your knock retard. Anything over 5 degrees is killing your power. I could run with 0 knock on 91 octane with no meth or race gas mixed in. I had to put a vacuum on the crankcase though.
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You're running two wide band sensors? Do you notice one side running richer/leaner than the other? If so which side? I know bank 1 runs leaner on the v8 stuff, just wondering if the v6 seems to be the same.
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The catcg can I have only has 2 openings like sycrafts system so idk if I can connect to the crankcase
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You're running two wide band sensors? Do you notice one side running richer/leaner than the other? If so which side? I know bank 1 runs leaner on the v8 stuff, just wondering if the v6 seems to be the same.
With the intake manifold and plenum spacers on I saw bank 1 running 0.2 to 0.8 leaner than bank 2, but it would fluctuate a lot. Today I monitored it after removing the spacers and they were both the same as much as I could tell. It is looking like the spacers hurt performance, but I will find out at the track, which will be cool because if it caused me to lose 0.3 seconds I will be running 12.8 @ 113.
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I'm hoping they hurt it so I can sell them and still be quick
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