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    1st Dyno / '84

    This spring i decided to install a standalone engine management (mega squirt). At the same time I put in a RF wiring harness. Just wanted to upgrade and have the ability to tune it. I took it to Forced Engineering in Plainwell MI. (I recommend this shop, knowledgeable and reputable). My setup: stock TC CAM, iHi at 18lbs/boost, 3" exhaust, intakes gutted. She made 207HP/ 277lb/ft trq. Im happy with these numbers. Future mods will be front mount intercooler and E85. I think these mods will give me another 20-40 HP/trq at a affordable price.Click image for larger version. 

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    SVO's: 86-1C & 86-1E
    not bad, that IHI is holding you back a bit, but exhaust makes a big improvement, with less drivability loss than FMIC's

    you using MAP, or MASS air, or using the stock vane meter for air ?
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    Its MAP. Agree about the IHI, different turbo is in the future, not sure what to go with. IHI delivers excellent torque at lower RPM but falls flat on the higher RPM range. I do like to autocross so IHI does pretty well for that.https://www.facebook.com/34384131904...3580802734009/
    Last edited by strangesvo; 10-04-2020 at 09:44 AM.

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