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Discussion in 'Badger5' started by ibizacupra, Sep 1, 2011.

  1. seatcupramad23

    seatcupramad23 kc4even23

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    on another note , in regards to fueling , correct me if i'm wrong my old leon cupra fuel went front 14.5/7 at idle to around 11.4 on full boost. where is it safe to be out of curiosity ?
     
  2. ibizacupra

    ibizacupra Jack-RIP my little Friend
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    somewhere in between - lol

    11.4 is too rich
    more common (and good practice) is in the 12's under boost
    cruise should always be lambda 1 (14.7)
     
  3. seatcupramad23

    seatcupramad23 kc4even23

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    thanks bill for letting me no
     
  4. sambryant

    sambryant RoadRunner meep meep

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    impressive results :D need to up my boost after seeing this. welldone bill and adam :D
     
  5. sambryant

    sambryant RoadRunner meep meep

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    bill what were the air flow logs like?
     
  6. wild willy

    wild willy Full Member

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    Excellent results guys.:)
    The question is though Bill, whats the max boost / torque you would recommend running on stock rods.
    My 1.4 bar boost looks positively gay.:gay:
     
  7. slappy_dunbar

    slappy_dunbar FrankenTurbo

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    Bill -- that is a mind-blowing improvement! The cost per hp with this is unbeatable.

    God, I have GOT to get one of these things out of the box sitting in my shop. It just needs to be on the car. :D
     
  8. 8bit

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    Is that Revo stage 1 with the old silicone TIP and Revo stage 2 with the new one?
     
  9. adambudders

    adambudders Active Member

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    yes it was a stage one revo map, forge silicon tip and neuspeed filter.
    now its running a stage 2 revo map, badger5 80mm tip and jr filter.
    i know this because its aaaaalllllll mine! :D
     
  10. ibizacupra

    ibizacupra Jack-RIP my little Friend
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    yes, as its says in the text

    revo1, revo2, with settings eg b8t5=boost8 timing5 as revo settings
     
  11. ibizacupra

    ibizacupra Jack-RIP my little Friend
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    Another LCR, Ben from the Dyno day.. Was on a poor map previously, which was no fueling, big boost spike, usual pikey map syndrome (TM) which I often see.

    Car before was 237bhp, spike of torque at 260lbft, and afr's 14's under boost spike of 25psi, and egt protection kicked in as expected with high CF's from running so lean and so hot under this additional boost.
    As before... as arrived today power was as per dyno day:


    To get a reference point I flashed it back to bog stock - red lines std, amber pikey map, blue revo1+B5 Induction/TIP
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    Car on before was conventional Silicon TIP, on Oe drilled airbox, with piperX filter inside and large cold air feed pipe in it. this was replaced by the B5 80mm TIP full induction kit

    Comparisons below on same settings B6T4 with B5 Full Induction kit/80mm TIP
    [​IMG]
     
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  12. seatcupramad23

    seatcupramad23 kc4even23

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    isn't this running slightly rich now , according to the graphs
     
  13. ibizacupra

    ibizacupra Jack-RIP my little Friend
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    yes.. richer.. revo code.. :shrug:
     
  14. seatcupramad23

    seatcupramad23 kc4even23

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    no inside news on whether another revo sale ?
     
  15. ibizacupra

    ibizacupra Jack-RIP my little Friend
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    dealers are the last to know - lol
     
  16. sambryant

    sambryant RoadRunner meep meep

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    sweet another great result. happy for you ben and car is so much safer :)
     
  17. wild willy

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    Revo does appear to be a very rich code. Mine certainly is, gives me confidence that other users have the same issues. Do you recon there is much to be gained on a custom remap of these cars that have just had the tip treatment.
     
  18. seatcupramad23

    seatcupramad23 kc4even23

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    That's why I initially asked about how to actually read the fueling chart , mine revo stage 1 lc b6 t4 , went to 11.4 on full boost which Aldon automotive reckon was bang on
     
  19. wild willy

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    Mine is the same but i consider it to be too rich and possibly lose power, the only positive is lower egt's.
     
  20. ibizacupra

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    it costs power running it that rich

    mid 12's more ideal imho
     

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