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    Today, 10:02 AM
    900+ horsepower on pump gas at $41,995.95 installed? That is what AMS is promising with their Lamborghini Huracan and Audi R8 5.2 V10 Alpha 9 Twin Turbo package. This is obviously a stock internal setup that they say is directly bolt on. Bolt on may be a bit of a stretch for something this involved but this is something you can drive daily and you do not to do anything to the motor or transmission. It is a turnkey pump gas package. Complete twin turbo kit with ECU & TCU tuning 900 horsepower on 93 octane pump gas Unmatched reliability 9 second quarter mile runs on street tires Direct bolt-on, no modification to chassis Hundreds of engineering hours Better than factory fit and finish Drives like stock until you mash the pedal A complete turnkey package Their 826 whp 93 octane dyno certainly shows they are will within that 900 horsepower range: As this is a factory ECU and TCU tuned package the main competition will be from Gintani as they offer a similar setup with their G1000 kit. The Huracan and R8 have multiple stock internal and factory ECU twin turbo packages now offering 900+ horsepower on pump fuels. Talk about a great platform for tuning and big power. Kit Includes Turbos Intercoolers Piping Manifolds ECU and TCU Tuning Everything you need to make 900 horsepower reliably
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    Today, 09:54 AM
    900+ horsepower on pump gas at $41,995.95 installed? That is what AMS is promising with their Lamborghini Huracan and Audi R8 5.2 V10 Alpha 9 Twin Turbo package. This is obviously a stock internal setup that they say is directly bolt on. Bolt on may be a bit of a stretch for something this involved but this is something you can drive daily and you do not to do anything to the motor or transmission. It is a turnkey pump gas package. Complete twin turbo kit with ECU & TCU tuning 900 horsepower on 93 octane pump gas Unmatched reliability 9 second quarter mile runs on street tires Direct bolt-on, no modification to chassis Hundreds of engineering hours Better than factory fit and finish Drives like stock until you mash the pedal A complete turnkey package Their 826 whp 93 octane dyno certainly shows they are will within that 900 horsepower range: As this is a factory ECU and TCU tuned package the main competition will be from Gintani as they offer a similar setup with their G1000 kit. The Huracan and R8 have multiple stock internal and factory ECU twin turbo packages now offering 900+ horsepower on pump fuels. Talk about a great platform for tuning and big power. Kit Includes Turbos Intercoolers Piping Manifolds ECU and TCU Tuning Everything you need to make 900 horsepower reliably
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    Today, 09:42 AM
    A nice spate of Italian naturally V12 tuning results posted as of late, eh? You had Fabspeed post their results with a Lamborghini Aventador SVJ as well as Dyno Spectrum tackle a Ferrari 812 Superfast. Well, Gintani got their hands on a naturally aspirated Italian V12 paired to an all wheel drive system. All wheel drive, a DCT transmission, and a naturally aspirated V12 makes the GTC4Lusso very unique in today's marketplace and a very rare Ferrari in particular. It is a love it or hate type of vehicle and put FerrariBoost.com in the love it column. The 13.5:1 compression 6.3 liter V12 makes 681 horsepower stock. That translates to 582 horsepower at all four wheels on Gintani's Mustang dynamometer. A very healthy baseline. Squeezing power out of the high strung V12 is not easy but Gintani picked up some incredible gains: With a tune and full exhaust they are making 645 horsepower to all four wheels past 8000 rpm. That is on 91 octane pump gas no less. A gain of 63 all wheel horsepower. You will be hard pressed to get more out of the motor without going to methanol injection or race gas. Now if only someone would add some boost to one of these...
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    Today, 09:37 AM
    A nice spate of Italian naturally V12 tuning results posted as of late, eh? You had Fabspeed post their results with a Lamborghini Aventador SVJ as well as Dyno Spectrum tackle a Ferrari 812 Superfast. Well, Gintani got their hands on a naturally aspirated Italian V12 paired to an all wheel drive system. All wheel drive, a DCT transmission, and a naturally aspirated V12 makes the GTC4Lusso very unique in today's marketplace and a very rare Ferrari in particular. It is a love it or hate type of vehicle and put FerrariBoost.com in the love it column. The 13.5:1 compression 6.3 liter V12 makes 681 horsepower stock. That translates to 582 horsepower at all four wheels on Gintani's Mustang dynamometer. A very healthy baseline. Squeezing power out of the high strung V12 is not easy but Gintani picked up some incredible gains: With a tune and full exhaust they are making 645 horsepower to all four wheels past 8000 rpm. That is on 91 octane pump gas no less. A gain of 63 all wheel horsepower. You will be hard pressed to get more out of the motor without going to methanol injection or race gas. Now if only someone would add some boost to one of these...
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    Today, 09:22 AM
    Dual-injection on the Audi 2.5 TFSI EA855 EVO motor sure makes life easier when it comes to upgrading the fuel system and especially the injectors. The port injection system in particular is much easier to upgrade in this respect. If you go to a larger hybrid turbo you will want these: Set of 5 BOSCH EV14 Based Injectors Precision Cut Atomiser Loom Adapters included 7 point multi hole High Impedance Excellent Response Characteristics 980cc/min = 670g/min = 89lb/hr @ 3bar 12 ohm resistance E85 compatible Plug & play drop-in fitment Needs Specific Software Adjustment TTE Global has these in stock: https://tteglobal.com/audi/rs3/8v.2-2.5-tfsi/186/sharp-motorsport-upgrade-audi-2.5-tfsi-evo-ea855-mpi-injector-set
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    Today, 09:20 AM
    Just a size comparison between OEM and the TTE740 S55 intake:
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    Today, 09:14 AM
    Dual-injection on the Audi 2.5 TFSI EA855 EVO motor sure makes life easier when it comes to upgrading the fuel system and especially the injectors. The port injection system in particular is much easier to upgrade in this respect. If you go to a larger hybrid turbo you will want these: Set of 5 BOSCH EV14 Based Injectors Precision Cut Atomiser Loom Adapters included 7 point multi hole High Impedance Excellent Response Characteristics 980cc/min = 670g/min = 89lb/hr @ 3bar 12 ohm resistance E85 compatible Plug & play drop-in fitment Needs Specific Software Adjustment TTE Global has these in stock: https://tteglobal.com/audi/rs3/8v.2-2.5-tfsi/186/sharp-motorsport-upgrade-audi-2.5-tfsi-evo-ea855-mpi-injector-set
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    Today, 09:04 AM
    Well, this this is the official beginning of the German brands effort to take the driver out of the equation. It is just a matter of time before your car drives you around and that is exactly what Audi, BMW, and Daimler are partnering together to accomplish. Clearly they want one standards and to lower costs: The argument for removing the driver and trusting the computers they will develop will no doubt center around safety, emissions, etc. The cars will be appliances. It is just a matter of time. Source
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    Today, 08:58 AM
    Well, this this is the official beginning of the German brands effort to take the driver out of the equation. It is just a matter of time before your car drives you around and that is exactly what Audi, BMW, and Daimler are partnering together to accomplish. Clearly they want one standards and to lower costs: The argument for removing the driver and trusting the computers they will develop will no doubt center around safety, emissions, etc. The cars will be appliances. It is just a matter of time. Source
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    Today, 07:51 AM
    Welcome DBShiznit, take a look around, I think you will like what you see.
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    Today, 07:43 AM
    Please keep us posted on the progress of indexing and balance.
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    Today, 07:14 AM
    Look at that torque curve. Flat and 450+rwTQ from 3000-6500 rpm. That's incredible. And the HP curve just keeps on climbing upward. I wonder where the 'bottle neck' and limits in this engine will show up. Intake, intake manifold/intercooler, head, cams, turbo, downpipe, exhaust? Engine itself- pistons, rods, bearings? This car, the downpipe and turbo- partly with the Pure hybrid turbo, have been addressed
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    Today, 05:15 AM
    Low is for when the vehicle is in "Sport" mode. If your car doesn't have a sport button then the table will be unused.
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    Today, 03:43 AM
    Hey 1Mean1M: :text-welcomewave:
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  • ///MPOSTER's Avatar
    Today, 02:16 AM
    The Instagram one the best parts of his impersonation. The one above is more of reactions. Anyway I tried lol. I’m signing off g-nite
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    Today, 02:13 AM
    Here is a YouTube link to a longer version
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    Today, 02:07 AM
    Account is private
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    Today, 02:05 AM
    I hope this works. It’s an Instagram link to a trump impersonator in Walmart. It made me chuckle a bit. https://www.instagram.com/tv/B1eQQLRAMDHy5XsMyx1CAfKbw_x8pkNKza9cno0/?igshid=z7sfrl3pwcs7
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    Today, 01:55 AM
    Whenever we figure out what is causing the no start I want to know how to tune the car.
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    Today, 01:53 AM
    Well if you didn’t think we were having enough trouble, this happened to the other integra that was overheating. thats rod number 1 coming out behind the AC compressor. Luckily he was able to put out the fire. That pile of junk is now a parts car for us lol.
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    Today, 01:48 AM
    What a damn mess! I was trying to test the ignition harness and it seemed to fail the test so i removes it from the car but had to cut off the alarm wires to fully remove it. After getting it on the bench and using the book to verify the pins it failed. I thought i found the culprit. I pulled off the cover to the switch so I could visually see it not making contact. After getting it back together I realized the book had its reference from the back of the connector and not the front face of the connector. I also realized why the harness test would fail while on the car whether or not I had the pins right. The harness is cut and split to the alarm. So now the harness is back to stock for troubleshooting purposes.
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    Today, 01:44 AM
    Didn't think I would see a thread in this section. I don't know anything about integras but maybe gringotegra can find his way to this thread
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    Today, 01:39 AM
    Where do i start ? My brother owns two integra GSRs. The one he daily drives is the turbo GSR. The one that has been sitting a while is the non turbo because for some reason it had been overheating. Two weeks ago the turbo integra decided to not start. I went outside to help figure out why it wouldnít start. The car started and then quickly died. Initially I thought it was fuel related because he was on an incline. Next I checked for spark and saw it on cylinder 1. These cars with their age have issues with the main relays. Without even knowing what was going on with it , he removed it and later that night we resoldered what we thought might be compromised soldering points. He found his manual so I read it and found out the main relay controls power to the fuel pump and injectors. So after confirming 12v at the harness under the rear seat, my brother in all wisdom still replaced the fuel pump thinking it was bad. I could hear it prime btw. He also ordered the main relay which came 3 days later. I knew it wasnít the main relay since I made some male spade terminal jumpers and bypassed the relay. When the relay came in he was disappointed to find out it didnít help, but hey itís new. With all the cranking and no starts I thought maybe just maybe this was a timing belt slip like what happened to a friend of mine years ago. So the next day I took the valve cover off, removed the spark plug, used a rod inside, turned the crank until the rod reached its peak and confirmed the cam gears were aligned. I bought a new valve cover gasket and grommets and spent some good time cleaning it all up so it would not leak in the future . A week or more had gone by. He now is using the overheating car to get to work. On the weekend, I decided to swap the distributor thinking that maybe the crank sensor inside of it went bad and it wasnít sparking at the right time . That was a fail. It did not even remotely help it start. They were swapped back to their own. By this time Iíve read over the manual and looked at all the schematics . Iíve purchased two 9v batteries to get my multimeters working. I went searching for a test light but couldnít find a non LED version that can be used on ignitions. So I thought i found one and it turns out itís a 90v to 300v light most likely for houses. So I pulled out a bulb from my 335i and wired a red /black 2 foot harness to it. Then I hooked it up to the ICM to see if it was triggering the coil. It seemed to be so i eliminated it as a cause. I also ohmíd Out the plug wires to make sure they were in spec. Another day I decided that i needed to go back and test the injectors because although we replaced the main relay and they should be getting 12v, I never actually verified there was anything there. So I took my meter out and spent some time removing the clip. There was 12v. My brother thought it was still the spark spark plugs even though we did a test with spark for cylinder 1 , so he replaced all 4 with new ones. After cranking i pulled them back out and they were wet on all 4. At this point Iím thinking WTF. There is spark, there is fuel, there is ICM trigger so it sees the crank and is firing injectors as well. I previously verified bottom end and cams are aligned. So I thought maybe there was a ground missing or not an effective ground. I spent days going over the harness and looking it over . I fixed some harness hacks by resoldering and heat shrinking injector harness and grounds for sensors. I removed the engine ground straps and cleaned the bolts and surfaces. I double checked the secret ground that stops the car from starting that some people who do swaps might miss. I also spent some time trying to figure out two wires I was unsure about that were touching. There were notnsuppose to be and I cut them, and installed head shrink. I found a random 12 gauge black wire by the axle that led inside down a rabbit hole and under the seat. It did nothing and not sure where it went from there but i didnít feel like ripping out interior. I moved on to the ignition switch testing.
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    Yesterday, 10:28 PM
    Personally I think we need boots for r35 coils instead of the r8..
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