Sure, I am just getting started and I think I will reserve some dyno time so I can see what is actually going on with power and torque.
I may opt to use a different dyno brand as you suggested so I can load the engine and turbo more and get a more realisitic road simulation. The dynojet does not seem to load the engine nearly enough to simulate real road conditions.
I still have to finish my fueling side before I can go too much higher and once that is done, it will be time to increase the boost and see what kind of timing I can run on the car.
Even at 15 degrees and 23psi, its a screamer and its definetely faster than it was with gas and my concervative 9 degrees and no w/m injection.
The idle is better too, smooth and consistant and it started right up cold this morning. I will have some work when winter comes I am sure, but so far so good,
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