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Old 5th May 2010, 19:39   #91
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a friend of mine is running a skyline only with an upgraded ecm. the car is 550hp in singapore. the skyline is able to kill 700hp evos on the track so i dont think the evo has any chance up against the r35 specially in a drag as i have to wait for my monster turbo to spool at 4500rpm. if it was a rolling start id me more confident for a straight line drag but round a track no chance
Are you running anti-lag with your setup? You should be able to build good boost even during your sub-3-4k RPM launch.
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Are you running anti-lag with your setup? You should be able to build good boost even during your sub-3-4k RPM launch.

no antilag installed as it kills the life of the turbo and engine.
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Wow you evo looks amazing. Its almost the same color as my jeep. I feel the shade of orange are almost identical.
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Don't know which ECU you're on, but quite a few offer GP (General Purpose) inputs and outputs. You can then use one of these switches to swith the antilag on/off. Useful when you don't want to blow your turbo, crack your exhaust manifold or destroy your exhaust valves and ports.
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using haltech...i can have anti lag but choose not to the car is al ot quicker now anyway...worked on timming of cams and tuning ecm
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How long has the present setup been running ? Any issues that one needs to specifically look out for ?

Great car !




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congrats firstly!
so yes same question as ricky, how reliable is the convert and how often do you drive her?
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Old 26th July 2011, 20:09   #99
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The car is fairly reliable...if I do push it very hard for a while silly things like boost pipes coming off etc happens but overall it's nothing that can't be rectified.... I don't use it so often as I don't get much time to but when I do it puts a smile on my face
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cheers!
makes it completely worth the time and money.
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My last few snaps before I sold it.
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Only if it was in this condition now. But the car is still a beast!
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