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Old 9th April 2009, 16:20   #166
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Hi Rajeev,

I have a couple of questions if you wouldn't mind answering them.

Satya is running 15% higher boost with no issues for 25000kms.
The beauty of greddy boost controllers are swith it 'ON' when it is required ONLY.
Has Satya's car been running for 25k kms with the bosst controller on all the time or sometimes when required?

IIRC Satya's car with the intercooler upgrade & boost controller did a 7.35 sec 0-100 run tested by dynolicious sometime ago, even with a small error it is still bloody quick. With the addition of RD ECU, how much more gains are you aiming for?
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yes , always used switched on in highways & not in the city, & some times in team-bhp quick meets on weekends.

when we tested 0-100 run tested by dynolicious , intercooler was not installed , later we installed the big intercooler , then normal engine oil
supposed to be replaced with shell synthetic oil ,

so didn't have a time to test after that in b/w replaced k&n filter instead of green cotton filter & shell synthetic oil .

yet to test now with with new setup of the big intercooler upgrade ,boost controller running 27% higher boost since there will be a loss of 2 psi after installed intercooler , petes stage 2 , k&n filter & shell synthetic oil

even in track i was switched off the boost controller on the MMST long loop when tested on the Vbox. since not tested with 27% higher boost .
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Old 9th April 2009, 17:27   #167
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I have seen Rajeev's & Satya's elantra on a couple of drives (never sat/driven them) and I must say that they are smooth and they do seem fast. I don't know what mods they have inside or what they run, but they do burn the roads -- very very silently.

rajeev, you have to take me out for a spin in your elantra one of these days man.
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Thanks for the update Satya & Rajeev.
After the dynolicious run, it is apparent there have been plenty of changes. Are you guys planning to do any more 0-100 runs soon?

PS- I may be out of work soon as I am hooked on this thread all day

One more question - Why the switch from Green to K&N? Is the difference substantial enough to warrant the change?

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Rajeev - lovely commitment to give your Elantra an excellent 0-200 timing.

I second Khan saab. I would love to take a ride in your Elantra.

Also the 2 separate sets of discussions kept me glued to my seat.

All in all - This is one fun thread. I have voted it as excellent.
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Rajeev - lovely commitment to give your Elantra an excellent 0-200 timing.

I second Khan saab. I would love to take a ride in your Elantra.

Also the 2 separate sets of discussions kept me glued to my seat.

All in all - This is one fun thread. I have voted it as excellent.
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I have seen Rajeev's & Satya's elantra on a couple of drives (never sat/driven them) and I must say that they are smooth and they do seem fast. I don't know what mods they have inside or what they run, but they do burn the roads -- very very silently.

rajeev, you have to take me out for a spin in your elantra one of these days man.
Thanks khan bhai & IronWolf, you can join us in one of our night drives.

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Are you guys planning to do any more 0-100 runs soon?
Test reports will be up shortly. I am waiting for the tuning to be completed.

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PS- I may be out of work soon as I am hooked on this thread all day
same here too.

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One more question - Why the switch from Green to K&N? Is the difference substantial enough to warrant the change?
Not much of a difference, in fact in many of our drives we all travel at same speeds and this is while speeding, ofcourse this is not with boost ctrl ON.

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Old 13th April 2009, 11:09   #171
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Installed and tested RD Ecu for diesels

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Replaced Green cotton with mushroom HKS air filter. We are working to put in proper place so that we get maximum cold air.

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and now Timings

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9.9 sec for 0-100 and i am impressed. This readings are with petes stage II and RD ecu.

Turbo lag is almost reduced. while testing its wheel spinning in 2nd gear which i never experienced in an Elantra till date.
Now its boring to drive a peted elantra as i am already in love with RDs P2 settings.
And when requested for AFR readings karthik told that its not needed for diesels as it will always runs rich and yes will not be installing AFR meter.
It was a bit smoking while in P2 mode and after installing HKS air filter it was drastically reduced.
I really have to thank Rd karthik & his team for this product and for patiently listening and answering to all of my question which was in pages.
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And when requested for AFR readings karthik told that its not needed for diesels as it will always runs rich and yes will not be installing AFR meter.
Diesels are supposed to be always lean. Did you mean lean in the above post???
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My mistake . Jomz you are right its always lean.
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Err. I'm a li'l confused. As per ACI, the stock Elantra without any add-ons was supposed to do 0-100 in 11.62 secs. From the figure, it shows an 11.68 sec run for the Elantra with Pete's stage II.
What boost are you running?
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We ignored a small boost leak which was there, its time to fix it.
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Nice timings. What was 0-200 ?

Spinning on shift to 2nd? Quite impressive.

Something tells me we are going to be discussing N2O shortly here.
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Nice timings. What was 0-200 ?

Spinning on shift to 2nd? Quite impressive.

Something tells me we are going to be discussing N2O shortly here.
We couldn't test for 0-200 in city, may be later.

You were right about N20 as even i was thinking to install it but when many tuners told me to be ready to blow the engine incase, i backed off. As far as i know no one has tried installing NOS for diesel engines in india.
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Diesels are supposed to be always lean. Did you mean lean in the above post???
In diesels, which is better for EGTs, running lean or, running rich?
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are you sure about your 9.9 sec time.satge 1 remapped lauras do a 0-100 in about 9 sec
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In diesels, which is better for EGTs, running lean or, running rich?
Diesel has to be lean. You cannot run diesel rich unless you want heavy smoke from the tailpipe and poor throttle response. it is worth a try at wide open throttle... but still you loose the inherent advantage of high mileage by running it rich

What is EGT??
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