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Old 05-23-11, 09:03 AM
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QC 13b streetport na with safc

I plan to streetport my 13b and i want to know if a safc will drive it corectly.
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Yes. I have:
13b six port, large street port
Header-exhaust no cat
No aux ports
S5 intake, VDI wide open
CS intake tube
Filter
Freshly cleaned stock injectors
wideband, vac gauge, SAFC II

And I tuned it without a problem
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Old 06-26-11, 05:03 PM
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I'm thinking about getting an apexi safc2 neo. I need to lean out a lot and can't afford a stabdalone right now. I've heard a lot of mixed feelings about the safc. Heard it doesn't adjust factory timing and others say it does, can u clear this up for me please? Would u recomend it?
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I'm thinking about getting an apexi safc2 neo. I need to lean out a lot and can't afford a stabdalone right now. I've heard a lot of mixed feelings about the safc. Heard it doesn't adjust factory timing and others say it does, can u clear this up for me please? Would u recomend it?
what setup are you running? the safc can lean/rich your afr, but only to an extent. its a very basic tuning device. for example, a good candidate would be like a turbo 2 with rtek1.7, an safc, and a wideband. but if you need to lean out a lot, just save up and get a standalone. and the safc does not adjust ignition timing. i hope this helps
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Great for budget build
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Hi everybody my engine is running. But i need more fuel on low throtle and i allready add 50% more. Somebody have a solution ??
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