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i would not target less than 12.0 afr

Hybrids maps are interesting - timing is the key and that shows up well in his examples
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Yeah I'd like to run 12 on wot, but that is for the dyno. For the initial start up, I'm going to play super safe. I might lean it to 11.5 up top.

The car will be tuned with no meth initially. Once happy, we will add meth. Those maps are not with meth.


Thanks for the maps Hybrid, I will sit down and look at them properly tonight.


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Borrowed George's Gates Laser aligner to align my pulleys due to new accessory mounts on the rhs plus the Novi pulleys. Worth its weight in gold! The alternator was out by a bit, so I reread the Novi instructions and missed some spacers. Once installed all good. The SC pulleys line up perfectly .





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I have one of those for my bike/go kart chains. Works really well.


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Once you've got that blower installed, time to add another on the other side ...

www.rodshop.com.au/hol...r-kit.html


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No way! A single install has been a headache, can't imagine two. My wife is already angry with me


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Geeez 11k.. nahh just get a second novi and a bracket fabd up



'You can never test fire too many times.' - Hybrid

'You can never have too many gauges' -
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Ok so two belts and a dodgey tensioner later i have everything installed. Fittings arrived for tge drain hose so i made that up. Had some minor dramas with my meth nozzle and pretty much broke it, so i have the lower flow one in there for now. Tomorrow ill top up the fluids and get it ready for starting.






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Looks good. I have a spare nozzle here if it will help.
Not sure if it will fit the snow setup though.



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Thanks mate, don't think that will fit. The snow nozzle has two equal size threaded sections, as so.



I'll buy a couple more soon. It came with the a 175 and 375ml/min nozzles. I broke the 375, so I have the 175 in there for now. Won't tune it on meth for a bit so no rush.

Are you running a check valve post pump?


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Ok, my one just uses the thread for the hose fitting to keep it in place. Although I also threaded my supercharger hat, but it's thick enough (cast alloy).


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Hallelujah! youtu.be/E4LPVGpzJZU


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Nice... sounds very smooth!


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So filled all the fluids, went over everything again to make sure it was tight. Hooked the battery up and calibrated the o2 sensor.
Disabled the injectors and ignition and cranked it over. It was getting rpm signals and trigger errors, which was a good sign.
The mrs wasn't home to crank the motor as I wanted to lock the timing and check if it was lose first, but though stuff it, and started it up.
After a couple stumbles it roared into life. Checked the timing. I had it locked at 10 and it was showing 0. Changed the angle from 50 to 40 and then it started showing 10 degrees. Unlocked the timing and let it run. Still a bit stumbly. I have a wideband on my 2nd bank that is just connected up to a gauge. It was showing 18-19, but the haltech wideband was showing 14.7. I thought the other wideband must need re calibration, but I had another quick check.
Stupid me left the haltech o2 disconnected after I had to screw it in after calibration. Connected it back in, and she ran a lot smoother. There was some idle hunting, so I changed the target idle from 750-850. Smoothed it out perfectly, the idle is so smooth now.
I will fine tune idle setting later on anway. Radiator seemed fine, temps got to 90 with the single fan coming on at 85. The second fan kicked in at 90 and temps dropped back to 85. Pretty damn hot in my garage, about 32-34 degrees, so seems fine.

Oh, and if you don't own one of these radiator bleeders, get one(or borrow mine). Absolutely fantastic.


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hybrid wrote
Nice... sounds very smooth!
yeah it is so far. That is in sequential fuel and batch ignition. I have the ls3 coils set at 3.0 dwell. What are you running with yours?


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I'm running 3ms cranking dwell and 3.5ms nominal dwell with 1ms spark duration - LS1 coils.
The LS1 are the dumbest of the lot.

You have to be a bit careful with the later LS coils because they have over-dwell protection, with the downside being that when they protect themselves from over-dwell, they just let loose, so it could spark way too early.

You should be safe with 3ms though.


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