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Old 10-22-2013, 07:09 PM   #51
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Which A/R Housing? Thanks.
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Old 10-22-2013, 10:11 PM   #52
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Very nice Kerns, for your e85 are you using pump e85 or do you go through VP or something like that?
Just pump E85. There are several stations around where I live so its just like using any other gas for me. Gotta love it

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Which A/R Housing? Thanks.
.81 AR Housing on the Exhaust.
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Old 12-20-2013, 02:31 PM   #53
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7675 CEA billet wheel, dbb, .96 ar. Kerns. I'm coming for you!
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Old 12-21-2013, 11:33 AM   #54
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Sounds like you're setup is going to handle mine pretty easily. Can't wait for you to get it finished man!
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Sounds like you're setup is going to handle mine pretty easily. Can't wait for you to get it finished man!
Why is that?
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Old 12-22-2013, 04:14 PM   #56
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Why is that?
Auto vs Manual I lose boost between shifts and he wont. I enjoy the manual, but my car would be faster with an auto. I haven't maxed out my turbo but he will have more room on his if he wants to go more boost. Additionally, I believe he has 105lb injectors so I will be limited on my fuel setup before he is on his. All in all just means he will have more lag but he should be able to make more power and run faster than my setup.
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Auto vs Manual I lose boost between shifts and he wont. I enjoy the manual, but my car would be faster with an auto. I haven't maxed out my turbo but he will have more room on his if he wants to go more boost. Additionally, I believe he has 105lb injectors so I will be limited on my fuel setup before he is on his. All in all just means he will have more lag but he should be able to make more power and run faster than my setup.
If this happens I gotta see this in person!
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Auto vs Manual I lose boost between shifts and he wont. I enjoy the manual, but my car would be faster with an auto. I haven't maxed out my turbo but he will have more room on his if he wants to go more boost. Additionally, I believe he has 105lb injectors so I will be limited on my fuel setup before he is on his. All in all just means he will have more lag but he should be able to make more power and run faster than my setup.
kerns have you ran at the track yet?
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Old 12-22-2013, 11:16 PM   #59
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Auto vs Manual I lose boost between shifts and he wont. I enjoy the manual, but my car would be faster with an auto. I haven't maxed out my turbo but he will have more room on his if he wants to go more boost. Additionally, I believe he has 105lb injectors so I will be limited on my fuel setup before he is on his. All in all just means he will have more lag but he should be able to make more power and run faster than my setup.
My altima has the same problem. When the CVT loads, it lags for a good 2...3..minutes...or full time of ownership, then that bitch just takessss offfffff.
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looks good ct, what boost do you plan on running? And what are you shooting for low 9s?
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