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Re: Looking at a 2013 Ralliart Lancer

Postby bumblebee » Fri Feb 21, 2020 7:39 pm

Not a bad video
It was funny watching it cos I knew most.of the roads he was on, I'm sure I have seen that car around a few times.
Anyhoo
Looks like.you got this all under control.
Keep us posted

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Re: Looking at a 2013 Ralliart Lancer

Postby schoolofmonkey » Fri Feb 21, 2020 9:49 pm

bumblebee wrote:Not a bad video
It was funny watching it cos I knew most.of the roads he was on, I'm sure I have seen that car around a few times.
Anyhoo
Looks like.you got this all under control.
Keep us posted


Will do, can't thank you and everyone else who's helped out enough.
If they give me print out from the Dyno, I'll show post it for you :D

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Re: Looking at a 2013 Ralliart Lancer

Postby bumblebee » Sat Feb 22, 2020 6:28 am

Just remember , dyno chart don't mean much, you can doctor those.up to say what ever you want
Having said that , if you have a decent OBD2 tool and say "dash Commander" on your phone you can do assorted tests like that with it. There is a also a "virtual dyno" application.you can get that I have found to be pretty reliable as.well
And the best tell tale sign of performance is none other then the drag strip
If you can make it to a test and tune night before and after the mods and keep your slips then you will see if there is any gain's.

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Re: Looking at a 2013 Ralliart Lancer

Postby schoolofmonkey » Sat Feb 22, 2020 12:33 pm

bumblebee wrote:Just remember , dyno chart don't mean much, you can doctor those.up to say what ever you want
Having said that , if you have a decent OBD2 tool and say "dash Commander" on your phone you can do assorted tests like that with it. There is a also a "virtual dyno" application.you can get that I have found to be pretty reliable as.well
And the best tell tale sign of performance is none other then the drag strip
If you can make it to a test and tune night before and after the mods and keep your slips then you will see if there is any gain's.


Will look into that, I'll ask some of the local QLD guys.

I'm currently a little unsure of the E85 conversion, there's only 3c difference between E85 and U98, but I'm going to use more E85 in the long run.
Guess that's the benefits of the ability to run both without having to drain the tank.

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Re: Looking at a 2013 Ralliart Lancer

Postby bumblebee » Sat Feb 22, 2020 1:55 pm

Don't forget E85 gives.you more power then 98 any day of the week
Give it 2 weeks and 98 will be almost $2 again
E85 is quite good I found round town and the highway
Rather E85 then 98 any day
Not only is it cheaper
More power
Less knock
Also better for the environment
And best of all
It smells so damn good

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Re: Looking at a 2013 Ralliart Lancer

Postby schoolofmonkey » Sat Feb 22, 2020 2:41 pm

bumblebee wrote:Don't forget E85 gives.you more power then 98 any day of the week
Give it 2 weeks and 98 will be almost $2 again
E85 is quite good I found round town and the highway
Rather E85 then 98 any day
Not only is it cheaper
More power
Less knock
Also better for the environment
And best of all
It smells so damn good


You're right, at the end of the day I've had to fill up 3 times this wee, on day U98 was 1.79L.
I'm over thinking it :P


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