Well I got my car back from the tuner and the results are great.......but hes getting it back because we'll be adding meth to it next week so well see what happens with that. Car runs like stock with a slight lope.....I never thought I would actually enjoy getting rid of my big nasty NA cam Ive had for the last year or two, but I knew it was only hurting me with the Maggie.
Heres what I did:
Swapped my NA grind for a mild blower grind 224/230. 581/.591 114 (Installed 112 ICL)
Pulley'd down from a 3.1 to a 2.9
FINALLY fixed my retarded idle and drivability issues Ive had forever and the winner was.....Throttle Position Sensor!
Ill post up the different results with the alkycontrol spraying next week...should be interesting to see the difference.
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Last edited by schmen; 11-13-2012 at 05:24 PM.
2005 Midnight Blue Metallic M6
Magnuson TVS 1900 Kroma Kote 553 rwhp 522 torque 8.5 lbs. boost. Ed Curtis custom cam
JBA Headers and JBA high flow catted mids H pipe Magnaflow Catback GMM Street LPE CAI
TSW Chrome Nogaro Wheels with Michelin Pilot Super Sport Tires
18x8 front / 18x9 rear 245/40 front 275/35 rear
2007 Pontiac G6 GT (winter car)
First car 1968 GTO 4 speed Mayfair Maize 6.5
Yup pretty happy, I did notice a slight drop in boost in the higher RPM range so I'm gonna try a slightly shorter belt before it goes back on the dyno to add the methanol. Also, TPS only reads 85% during WOT so I want to verify I'm getting the blade open all the way, if I remember right its normal to see around 88%.
Next up is slap these C6 wheels on with 285's that have been in the garage for over a month.
2005 GTO Black, M6, Red Interior, Full SAP Kit, Kyne front Splitter, Pedders Street 2 Kit OEM height, Full Pedders bushing replacement, Pedders Billet Hub Kit, GMM Rip-Shift, and so other Ex.........
Motorcycling is “Art in Motion”
2005 Black Ducati 999S Mono
2002 Yellow Ducati 998 "Sold"
2002 Yellow Aprilia RSV Mile R "Sold"
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