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Old Wed 3rd November 2010, 10:30 AM
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Amazing what a tune can do!

I had my cay dyno tuned yesterday.

It only took 8 years to get around to it (actually missfire problems forced me into it)

I am impressed with the results 210.9 kw at the wheels @ 18psi

Not bad for a 32 year old ute

It is now running a v3/4 gt forester engine alutronic ecu and 750cc injectors, and td05/06 turbo Everything else is pretty much stock.
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Old Wed 3rd November 2010, 10:52 AM
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respect x a billion.

nice power

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not a bad curve - though photos of tyre smoke dont seem to be loading
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nice one 78!!!
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210 kw in a car that would be lucky to weigh 1000kg ringing wet, sound like alot of fun. I used pass your ute in the street when I was a postie in clayfield (i would always take a personal moment to drool if it was there). Your ute is one of my inspirations to get mine finnished.
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impressive. What ECU does you car have? is it factory or after market?
Thinking of getting the RS tuned too
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Gee I havenít worked at Clayfield for 3 years, Amazing how time flys!

The ecu is an Aultronic PNP with the forester harness and no AFM. Great ecu but if I did it again I would use an Aultronic SM4 and wire the harness direct to the engine.

I am going to do a power steering conversion next. Should be interesting as I am also increrasing the roll centre in the front to try to imporve handling some more.(changing the mounting point of the lower control arms and adjustable tie rod ends for bump steer)

Eventually when I can afford the time and money it I am going to do a rear coilover conversion with adjustable camber toe and roll centre.
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