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Currently I have the AEM intake, Greddy BOV and autometer boost and egt gauges. I'm hoping to get a 3" turbo back and S-AFC II in the future.
 

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Well as of today I have nothing. I am trying to get the GSX back up. I do have the UK badge if you wanna consider that a ***** mod. I am not gonna be the first to the the "ice" word rrrrrr.

My plans are a set of Tanabe sustec springs, and full exhaust (undecided on what one) and a few other things.
 

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instead of the afc you should just get some springs to lower that bad boy a little more...only consider a afc if you get different injectors..really no help on stock..but its your cash..
 

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KRAZYKOREAN said:
instead of the afc you should just get some springs to lower that bad boy a little more...only consider a afc if you get different injectors..really no help on stock..but its your cash..
I think the AFC would help a lot considering the things runs pig rich with stock injectors... These are not the same injesctors that are in a DSM. I ran a S-AFC with my big 16G and 550's...
 

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I need something to control air/fuel.........I've considered lowering it and I'm sure once I get it on the road course I will want to move forward with that.
 

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yeah they do run rich stock..but then you add a intake..bov...full turbo back..it now has alot more airflow to burn that amount of fuel...

but whatever..if you do decide to get one atleast get it tuned on a dyno that will be the best way of making sure you are not going to lean it out to much..
 

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there is currently an AWD dyno being installed about 20 minutes from my house :D
 

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EVOKach said:
there is currently an AWD dyno being installed about 20 minutes from my house :D
nice..we have one in az but they charge alot of money....alot it sucks..like 350-400 ..
 

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well, i dont have one, but i have been working on one, and it is not a bad setup. RMR downpipe, perrin cat eliminator pipe, not sure which brand catback, cold air kit, MBC (blowing IC piping off with it), ground mod, and autometer gauges.....

i have put one clutch in it, and it had the transfer case replaced once so far....all this before 8k miles:barf:


guess we will see what the future holds for it:thumb:


new manifold, turbo, and possible cam work in the future:dsm:
 

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KRAZYKOREAN said:
instead of the afc you should just get some springs to lower that bad boy a little more...only consider a afc if you get different injectors..really no help on stock..but its your cash..
dude the air fuel ratio at WOT is like 9.5 to 1. So yeah you need a AFC to lean it back out to like 11.5 to 1.
I just ordered my TurboXS 3" catback system I will get a Helix downpipe soon for it also. So my mods are AFC, ProFec B specII boost controler set at 19psi to red line, and soon the catback.
 

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Ahhh, the beauty of being single and 33 years old with a good job!

I currently have installed on the car:

Blitz SUS cone filter
Buschur Racing intake pipe
Buschur Racing FMIC with lower IC pipe
Buschur Racing mini Battery kit
Buschur Racing Upper IC pipe with 1G BOV
Buschur Racing 3" down pipe
Buschur Racing 3" high flow cat
Buschur Racing 3" cat back with Magneflow muffler
Apexi Super AFC II with Buschur Racing settings
Walbro 255 lph high pressure fuel pump

I consider this Buschur Racing stage 2.5

I currently have in my trunk to be installed at Buschur Racing starting on the 26 of Feb:

Cusco twin disk Carbon fiber clutch
SS clutch line
650 cc injectors
Magnus motorsports sheet metal intake manifold
HKS 272 intake and exhaust cams
HKS adjustable cam gears

Parts to be purchased on Feb 26 for installation at Buschur Racing:
AEM EMS with wide band O2 sensor
AEM sensors for conversion to speed density
(if Available) Bushur Racing Turbo upgrade (torn between BR 500 and BR 580)

Keith <--- not spoild rich kid, ask Luke :)
 

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lilgsx96 said:
dude the air fuel ratio at WOT is like 9.5 to 1. So yeah you need a AFC to lean it back out to like 11.5 to 1.
Yup! With the cone filter, boost controller set to 20 psi, and the SAFC II tuned on an AWD dyno I gained 37 HP over my baseline.

Keith
 

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Keith You made it!
Yup, just discovered dsmtuners.com and was directed over here. Great site! I am sharing with selected friends of mine over at evolutionm.net

Keith
 

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KRAZYKOREAN said:
instead of the afc you should just get some springs to lower that bad boy a little more...only consider a afc if you get different injectors..really no help on stock..but its your cash..
:laugh:
 

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KRAZYKOREAN said:
yeah they do run rich stock..but then you add a intake..bov...full turbo back..it now has alot more airflow to burn that amount of fuel...

but whatever..if you do decide to get one atleast get it tuned on a dyno that will be the best way of making sure you are not going to lean it out to much..
:laugh:
 
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