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A Day at TMS Racing

Postby *84vvt » Tue Jul 23, 2019 9:01 pm

After the Dyno day Olaf organized a few months ago I booked the mighty AW in for a check up and touch up of the Tune ? on the G4 Link ECU.
First up was a check on the availability of fuel, we were not able to confirm the pressure but did get a reading of the amount of fuel returning to the tank 1.9 + liters/min @ idle. More than enough for the 1.6 NA engine.
next was a 'Vape" test to see if the was any vacuum leaks we found 1 uncapped pipe ? A little strange I thought as the idle control worked as it should .
after the Pass of the HEALTH check car was bolted to the Dyno and the AF map opened , this showed up a very poor AF in many areas, which Justin and Tony sorted out over many runs on the Dyno.
I'm looking forward to the next Club run to see if the economy has in proved.
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On the dyno for a tune up
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Re: A Day at TMS Racing

Postby ClanFever » Wed Jul 24, 2019 8:06 pm

Very cool, making the same amount of power as the event?
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Re: A Day at TMS Racing

Postby *84vvt » Wed Jul 24, 2019 10:01 pm

ClanFever wrote:Very cool, making the same amount of power as the event?


93 Kw at the wheels
The day was more about a health check and the AF ratio than lets get more power out of the engine.
Boosted cars are like hot women.
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and if you throw a little alcohol in them they'll rock your world.

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