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2.0L LNF Performance Tech 260hp and 260 lb-ft of torque Turbocharged tuner version.

I'm thinking I should start a build thread. Guess this is it.

Old 04-20-2017, 08:07 PM
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Pwerks intake looks like a pretty slick setup also. Congrats guys. Someday I will be doing this also.
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Old 04-20-2017, 09:36 PM
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Pwerks intake looks like a pretty slick setup also. Congrats guys. Someday I will be doing this also.
Pwerks intake?
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Old 04-20-2017, 09:38 PM
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Her electrical system is back up, yay
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Old 04-20-2017, 09:44 PM
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That's alot of gauges lol looks good tho
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Old 04-20-2017, 10:16 PM
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I'm a gauge ***** lol
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Old 04-21-2017, 09:25 AM
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Originally Posted by Snail_SS View Post
That's alot of gauges lol looks good tho
Holy **** that's what I'm thinking. What all do you monitor? Does look badass but I'm just sitting here thinking about how much I hate running wires and all those gauges must have been some work!
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Well I mean you do have alot of things to monitor like KR,AIT2,boost,maybe rpm for shift light with the interceptor, air fuel ratio, coolant, STFT and LTFT. I'm sure he's measuring some other stuff but that's just a few
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Well I mean you do have alot of things to monitor like KR,AIT2,boost,maybe rpm for shift light with the interceptor, air fuel ratio, coolant, STFT and LTFT. I'm sure he's measuring some other stuff but that's just a few

I know of parameters you can monitor I just wondered what all he was monitoring. You could cover a lot of those with a single tablet or smart phone and a bluetooth OBDII adapter. I personally monitor AFR, IAT2, boost, and keep the coolant temp up on the dash. I would like to do a gauge for oil pressure and maybe even oil temp. But even after that Tom would have 3 more gauges lol so I was just wondering what all he was monitoring out of curiosity.
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Old 04-21-2017, 10:20 AM
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I almost sure he's monitoring every I've mentioned plus the aeroforce do 2 monitors at a time, so just in those he can see 6 things lol so technically he has 11 gauges lol
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I almost sure he's monitoring every I've mentioned plus the aeroforce do 2 monitors at a time, so just in those he can see 6 things lol so technically he has 11 gauges lol
Do you know if the cluster on the dash is molded in or actually a whole dash piece? Looks clean.
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Old 04-21-2017, 10:28 AM
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He molded it in actually he has pics somewhere in the thread
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I monitor oil temp and pressure, fuel rail pressure, stft ltft, knock, afr, meth failsafe, boost, coolant temp, exhaust gas temp and the volts is just cause I had an open pod. And yes I built the dash , thats my third attempt, first 2 sucked lol
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Lol well looks good now haha
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Ya I'm pretty proud of it lol
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Don't forget EGT sensor very important a lot of guys miss that but if your going to be wot for 3-4-5 gears temps get up quick
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Pwerks-performance Autowerks
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Old 04-21-2017, 06:56 PM
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Don't forget EGT sensor very important a lot of guys miss that but if your going to be wot for 3-4-5 gears temps get up quick
I mentioned that
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Sry missed it tomj
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Sry missed it tomj
So u have any idea how shitty it is to drill through that stainless zzp manifold for the probe? U don't even wanna know lol
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Almost got it all done. Waiting for new oil line junk, a fitting and some stuff from Powell. Filled with oil and coolant , will finish coolant when I can start get. Almost done bleed brakes but one of the rear bleeder screws didn't wanna come out so had to order new one since I destroyed it, gonna be a little work getting old one out



Shes almost done.



Looks so good.
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Does anyone else have a real hard time plugging the rad fans in? I push the connectors as hard as I can and it will not click in. Although I looked at the fan and it seems where the connector should clip in looks broken. But ya every time I have to do this it takes forever to get them in. At this point it's in real right but not locked so I'm guessing over time I'm gonna have to go under and do it again. That or buy new fans . pisses me off a little
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Blow them out and use some sort of lube on the rubber seal.

It's amazing how much it helps.
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Originally Posted by cluelessk View Post
Blow them out and use some sort of lube on the rubber seal.

It's amazing how much it helps.
I shall try this
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What kind of head unit is that?
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What kind of head unit is that?
pioneer 8100nex
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