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    Re: MPSciLink Device Display Install

    That is super nice! Looks great., What software did you use to model that? I am looking for an affordable option to design up some of my ideas.
  2. Thread: 2D CAD Files

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    Re: 2D CAD Files

    If no one does, this would be a great idea to have a place to collect these for the benefit of the forum. Maybe I should find a cheap / free software to do this

    Sent from my SM-G900T using...
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    Re: 1987 csx stumble

    My dad just had similar issues on his GLHS caused by a bad rotor
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    Re: Calibration Help

    Pm me and I can take a look at it, but it sounds like you have covered most of it. I have had issues with cheap / worn spark plugs causing similar issues but it seems like you have eliminated that...
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    Re: Calibration Help

    What calibration did you start with? A. Turbonator one?

    How do you know what your total timing is? A scan tool?

    How many pounds of boost?

    What is your A/F ratio?

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    Re: MPSciLink possible Group4 Pre-Order Interest?

    I would likely be interested in a built, or DIY kit, depending on price
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    Re: G head values for SMEC calibration

    Also I think the 85 calibration here should be a G-head MPTune non Turbonator cals
    http://www.turbo-mopar.com/forums/showthread.php?81532-MPTune-non-Turbonator-cals
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    Re: G head values for SMEC calibration

    There is a 2.5 G-head cal in Turbonator SMEC that can possibly be a good timing reference

    Sent from my SM-G900T using Tapatalk
  9. Re: Newbee - Need Help to Flash SBEC II - 1998 Caravan

    I don't know if anyone here does the flash for that new of comoutu, but I did come across guys doing it with the SBEC on there jeeps. Not sure if it's the same as what you were looking for but you...
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    Re: Roadkill's $3K Hooptie challenge

    I saw your van i n the teaser video, I look forward to watching it!
  11. Re: My '90 Plymouth Voyager: suspension and brakes content

    sounds cool I look forward to pictures.
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    Re: Which performance computer?

    Stage 2 sounds like what you want, but a stock MAP sensor maxes out at 14.7 psi. It would probably be best just to call Cindy at FWD and tell her your setup and she can hook you up. Or start...
  13. Thread: 91 RT Part out

    by 1BADVAN
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    General Re: 91 RT Part out

    Sold

    Please PM me if anyone is interested in more parts, i don't seem to get notifications on posts in here
  14. Thread: 91 RT Part out

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    General Re: 91 RT Part out

    sorry we want to keep the car roll-able

    - - - Updated - - -

    I think i contacted you on facebook, if not send me a message here too
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    Re: building a rwd daytona

    I may not be able to buy one in the near future, but would like to know details and potential price point
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    Re: 89 CSX Not A VNT??

    Because I was around the birthday car when it got restored. I know it "somehow" got a CSX Vin :-) so it could be driven on the road
  17. Thread: MPScan

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    Sticky: Re: MPScan

    Just verifying you don't also have the stock o2 still connected?
    Did you enable WB2NB in the Cal?

    Also connecting the wideband ground signal to the o2 sensor ground can help make readings...
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    Re: Turbonator_wiki Cals rich in the Winter?

    Possible, the weird thing is that it was great in the summer.
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    Re: Turbonator_wiki Cals rich in the Winter?

    Thanks guys they were saying like black smoke rich AFRs in the 9s, where the stock cals didn't do that, i will have to play around and compare some things to the stock templates that are available in...
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    Re: Turbonator_wiki Cals rich in the Winter?

    thanks guys i will try the cold start curves and see how they like it.
  21. Thread: 91 RT Part out

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    General Re: 91 RT Part out

    Crank sensor, ac compressor and lines, spark plug valley cover, lower grill insert, coil pack, cam set and sprockets all sold. I will edit above when I get to a computer
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    Re: Turbonator_wiki Cals rich in the Winter?

    Unfortunately I don't know exact details yet, but I can assume they were warmed up as I know they drove them to and from work. But I will double check, maybe it is just the initial warm up. I did...
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    Turbonator_wiki Cals rich in the Winter?

    I have helped a few people locally get a turbonator tune know their cars. In the summer they run great but in the winter when the temperature is below 40 they all seem to run really rich. Does...
  24. Thread: 91 RT Part out

    by 1BADVAN
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    General 91 RT Part out

    Date: 21st March 2018
    Username: 1BADVAN
    Full Name: Matt Lindsey
    City, State, Zip: 84084
    Contact: PM for more contact
    Price: I will try to ship anything that will fit in flat rate boxes,...
  25. Re: Error loading calibration/binary in MPTuner

    I get the error message every time, I just assume it is normal, good luck tuning
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