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Who's running a large street port with their 1.8?

Old 01-14-14, 06:49 PM
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Who's running a large street port with their 1.8?

Here's my build plan. Please keep in mind that I'm not paid very well, and have little money.

Rebuilt S5 Tii block
RA super seals
Race springs
FD corner seal springs
Ported S5 turbo (possibly do a v trim compressor wheel, but thats later)
Stock TID/AFM for now.
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2.5" down pipe
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Walbro 255lph
Rtek 1.8
4x RC eng. 750cc injectors (I like the idea of running 4.2% more rich than intended)
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Old 01-15-14, 10:23 AM
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We always suggest going with a stage 2 even with a mild street port. So I would not recommend your setup unless you added some other sort of tunable fuel control.

Make sure you have money left over for a wideband.
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Old 01-15-14, 11:48 AM
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Originally Posted by turbo2ltr View Post
We always suggest going with a stage 2 even with a mild street port. So I would not recommend your setup unless you added some other sort of tunable fuel control.

Make sure you have money left over for a wideband.
Really was wanting a plug and play set-up

I know that rtek + safcii = same price as rtek 2.x, and the 2.x is better because of timing control, but I have no clue how to tune the rtek 2.x
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yah same here dude not to sure what to go with hahahaha
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Running a 2.1 on my streetport 13bt. Easy to tune. So far I've adjusted the cranking fuel so it wouldn't flood, and a little bit on the map since it was running rich at WOT. Its worth the extra money, and much better than an safc.
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The RTek 2.0 when it comes down to it isnt hard to tune, its mostly a "stock" ecu with the ability to make some changes(map timing ftw). Palm pilots suck, but you can work it from a laptop using palm os emulator, its still has a palm interface but rock solid connection and battery life is worth it.
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