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Ok, I have a csv file for the geeks on here to look at.. about 10 minutes varying between cruising (to log cruise data) and WOT pulls for the data of AFR, timing and such.

I am weeding through the data right now and working on getting some charts together to compare to eachother.. be patient :p

http://turbosocks.com/log-2.csv

you can save it and view in in excel.

Highest coolant temp was just under 190 which wasn't to bad.. Coolant temp has a hard time regulating after a good run and stopping.. The fan/radiator seems under-powered/under-sized as i have seen temps of 199+.

fuel pressure peaked @ 2200.

AFR peaked at 10:1.... yeah.. quite rich :p
 

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i didnt plot the RPM or fuel pressure as it threw the scale way out of wack but you can see them both in the data to the left of the chart.

the coloring is based on a scale from lowest to highest of the columns values.. red = high, green= low.
 

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i didnt plot the RPM or fuel pressure as it threw the scale way out of wack but you can see them both in the data to the left of the chart.

the coloring is based on a scale from lowest to highest of the columns values.. red = high, green= low.
If that last column is timing, that is extremely low especially with such rich AFR's. Looks like quite a bit of power left on the table in the ECU.
 

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yeah, last column is timing.. I definitely think that even with keeping the boost the same (tapering down to ~13lbs @ redline) there is quite a chunk of power to be recovered just from AFR and timing tuning.

Combine that with having the boost taper to 15lbs instead of 13 and we should see some amazing results.
 

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PDF upload of a different part of the log.. 3rd and 4th gear pulls high in the rpm range..

Really rich AFRs but the intake temps seem to be pretty good considering being on boost for ~15 seconds.

http://turbosocks.com/data-log.pdf

one under cruise conditions..

http://turbosocks.com/data-log-cruise.pdf
Where is the air temp sensor? On the intake pipe or post intercooler? Because if in the intake pipe it really doesn't mean much. Out here in Nevada desert, charge temps rise pretty darn fast especially during the day. At least humidity is pretty low most of the time.
 

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it is post intercooler.. I will look for the exact location today.
 
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