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Old 08-01-2004, 04:46 PM   #11
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I'm changing the format, but my PC is being flaky right now. Should be within a week.

(The format change will show a progression of times for each member'* cars, and will be categorized by class as well as E/T).
Sweet!! Can't wait. Looks like Ol Blue will have some new #'* Tuesday evening. I just wish I hadn't sent all my time slips from last year through the washer in my pants pocket, other-wise I'd have proof, which I still do if you can decipher in a picture what I can't in person.

I'm thinking for now Ol Blue might be a little slower as she'* been sitting for almost 9 months (only 75-100 miles in that time). With the oil change this afternoon (with a can of RESTORE), new plugs, and tank or two more of 93 octane she'll be back up to par.

It'* gonna be interesting to see the two most active/modded L27'* on the club being in one state and going head-to-head at the track. Come-n-git-me Jason.
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what did Jeff get???
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It'* gonna be interesting to see the two most active/modded L27'* on the club being in one state and going head-to-head at the track. Come-n-git-me Jason.
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Both easily beat in suspension mods, And up to par in go fast goodies.
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BEST TIMES BEFORE LASTEST MODS WITHOUT NITROUS:
G TECH PRO COMP:14.150
AT PRP: 14.73
BEST 60' TIME AT PRP: 1.955 SEC

NEW TIMES SOON TO COME AFTER THE LATEST MODS
But he'* sold the car.

I think his Gtech needs to be calibrated. That'* a huge difference. Even bigger than mine before I recalibrated with a known track run in similar circumstances. I ran a 14.7 last fall (Gtech) and a 14.9 after calibration last week (in 90 weather and with KR).

In better weather, with the water/alcohol injection running again, I should be able to at least repeat my 14.7. Hopefully back at the track.
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I ran a 15.464 @ 87.86 at GIR on a 90 degree night with my factory ECU and full interior including car seat and loaded tool box, Id like to line up some time will wren and see if this newby has a shot LOL

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I ran a 15.464 @ 87.86 at GIR on a 90 degree night with my factory ECU and full interior including car seat and loaded tool box, Id like to line up some time will wren and see if this newby has a shot LOL
I think we could both do better. Most of my times are fully loaded, too much fuel. Your PCM is going to be a hard problem to overcome. Both of us need to overcome SC induced heat.
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Well I finally got my custom ECU in, but hes gonna have to reprogram it again to make the shift points at 6000 instead of 5200, but when thats done im gonna get that override switch for the fan, and look into something to cool the SC down when shes under stress. My main problem is learnin how to drive the Bonne w/o smoking the tires or bogging down both bad for 1/4 mile times, plus I need to work on reaction times....mine suck!
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I think 6grand is too high without rockers or a cam. You will be too far out of your powerband. Also 6grand on a stock valvetrain is asking for problems. Just my 2 cents.
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what does your car shift at willwren???
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First of all, you need to read this:
http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...ic.php?t=22208

Secondly, how are you having a custom PCM made if you don't know where your hp and tq peaks are? That'* a major oversight. Stop the show right there until you can get Gtech'd, or preferably dyno'd.

With the Jet, my car shifts at 4000 rpm'* in Normal mode, 4800 in Performance. In hot weather, I turn better times in Normal mode (economy), as the higher rpm'* are producing way too much heat and KR.

I hope to have the water injection running by this afternoon to be able to use the higher shift points again.
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