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Old 02-25-2019, 12:13 PM
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I kept it on there to get NJ inspection sticker. I recently purchased the delete module for next inspection, Believe it or not the car run ok off of the stock ECU with the 410cc injectors. Good enough for me to pass the NJ emissions test.
Well this very awesome to hear! How many miles did it take to set the readiness? I'm assuming you were just limping it around being really careful of how much throttle and revs you gave it?
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Old 02-26-2019, 07:47 AM
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Well this very awesome to hear! How many miles did it take to set the readiness? I'm assuming you were just limping it around being really careful of how much throttle and revs you gave it?
Exactly that, I just drove it easy, I believe I got them set in about 25 miles. I had all set but the evap in about 15 miles, which was my commute home from work. the car would have passed with the evap not set, but it set on my way to the inspection facility.
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Old 03-01-2019, 01:05 PM
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The final results. 247 WHP and 183 FT lbs of torque
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Old 03-01-2019, 01:58 PM
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Nice and with stock ecu ?
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Old 03-01-2019, 03:29 PM
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stock ecu can not support this kind of mod
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Old 03-01-2019, 07:01 PM
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Originally Posted by noodels View Post
Nice and with stock ecu ?
no it’s tuned on AEM series 2

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stock ecu can not support this kind of mod
that’s not entirely true. I actually ran the car through emissions with 410cc injectors on the stock ECU. That being said, I wouldn’t go out beating the crap out of the car on the stock ECU with this build.
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Get some adjustable cam gears if you can, its really the only way to take advantage with the BC2 cams
What experience did you have with the cam gears? I have bc2 cams and was wondering how much benefit I will gain from running cam gears.
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Gonna be going through this same process soon, just discovered 45% leakdown past the rings in Cyl. 4 so I’m gonna go 2.4 as well, but I think I’ll be staying with stock FRM liners and running InlinePro’s stroker kit, keeping compression close to stock and intend to boost it to 500whp.
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Old 03-04-2019, 06:43 AM
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Originally Posted by Ivanaguilar View Post
Gonna be going through this same process soon, just discovered 45% leakdown past the rings in Cyl. 4 so I’m gonna go 2.4 as well, but I think I’ll be staying with stock FRM liners and running InlinePro’s stroker kit, keeping compression close to stock and intend to boost it to 500whp.
Boost will be nice, I ultimately want to go ITB's, but In NJ if I do I'll have to swap out the ITB's for the stock manifold every 2 years. I'm not certain I want to be bothered with that. And the reason I went with sleeves, was 1 because having the steel sleeve with a stroker in theory is supposed to be stronger, and 2 the sleeves on the bare block I purchased were scored really bad. Good luck with your build!!!
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Nice chart, looks like it wants to keep revving!
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