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    Default Re: paulabreu's logs

    @SomeGuy you do compression test lately? Come and join the fail boat. Haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fack_Dude View Post
    @SomeGuy you do compression test lately? Come and join the fail boat. Haha
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    Default Re: paulabreu's logs

    So I put the stage 1 93 map just to do another log while I still have 94 octane on the car and this is what i got
    datalog6.csv


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    Default Re: paulabreu's logs

    Post the log that goes along with that plot...we're still worried about your fuel pressure.



    Also, just for consistency sake, make sure if you compare two logs that they're on that exact same road in the exact same direction...the road you log on can play a big roll in the resulting numbers and you won't be able to do a true comparison.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SomeGuy View Post
    Post the log that goes along with that plot...we're still worried about your fuel pressure.



    Also, just for consistency sake, make sure if you compare two logs that they're on that exact same road in the exact same direction...the road you log on can play a big roll in the resulting numbers and you won't be able to do a true comparison.
    Log is posted above the picture, hmm makes sense. I will have to do another one tonight as I'm not close to that road yet

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    Also, I'm putting the stage 0 map now just to be safe

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    Default Re: paulabreu's logs

    Oops missed that....you had one spot in the log below 1600 again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SomeGuy View Post
    Oops missed that....you had one spot in the log below 1600 again.
    Yea I noticed that, now last question, if I were to keep this map on and just daily it like this without going WOT, would I be ok? Or better off stage 0?

    And thanks again for all the advice guys

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    Default Re: paulabreu's logs

    The real question is why is your fuel pump having such a hard time

    What mods do you have?

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    Quote Originally Posted by loki View Post
    The real question is why is your fuel pump having such a hard time

    What mods do you have?
    Just a forge bpv v1. So basically no mods

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    Default Re: paulabreu's logs

    So you should not be having fuel pressure issues

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    Default Re: paulabreu's logs

    It also may just be momentary dips...

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    Quote Originally Posted by loki View Post
    So you should not be having fuel pressure issues
    Quote Originally Posted by loki View Post
    It also may just be momentary dips...
    Well I've been monitoring the HPFP on the AP since I left work at 4 and it stays above 1600 when I'm driving normally

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    Default Re: paulabreu's logs

    Driving normally is nothing

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    Quote Originally Posted by paulabreu View Post
    Yea I noticed that, now last question, if I were to keep this map on and just daily it like this without going WOT, would I be ok? Or better off stage 0?

    And thanks again for all the advice guys
    If you stay out of WOT you'd be fine...heck, even if you do go WOT the dips you're seeing aren't hurting your AFR's. Stage 0 until fuel pump is the safe bet though.

    Quote Originally Posted by loki View Post
    So you should not be having fuel pressure issues
    He is also running a stage 1 map though which even on stock intake/exhaust does try to push things a little more. He's not actually having issues yet because his AFR's don't drop, it should go rich when fuel pressure dips too low on a genpu. The suggestion of targetting slightly higher fuel pressure might help. Take all the 1669's or whatever the stage 1 OTS pressure is and make them 1700's or something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SomeGuy View Post
    Did you not read the link? CF1.01 is a static correction factor and in no way equates to what SAE does for accounting in changes of temp/pressure day to day location to location. What CF1.01 does do is estimate a more realistic power output from the car to line up with less optimistic dynos. The APH dyno (dynapack) for instance IMO reads really high compared to what I've seen out of other dynos (mustang dyno, dynodynamics, etc) based on every comparison I've ever read. Until we can get 3 or 4 different dyno's and some vd plots all in the space place on the same day and do back to back comparisons though it's all speculation.

    That all said, it doesn't matter what you use when you're comparing to your own logs. As long as you keep the settings consistent they'll accurately tell you if you've gained/lost power.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SomeGuy View Post

    91 fuel has slightly more energy in it and thus slightly lower fueling requirements (very minimal though) so it might help a bit.



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    ^^ ROFL.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SomeGuy View Post

    91 fuel has slightly more energy in it and thus slightly lower fueling requirements (very minimal though) so it might help a bit.
    Quote Originally Posted by Orangevirus View Post
    SomeGuy's statement isn't so far fetched.

    Assuming 94 octane gas is 10% ethanol, due to the ethanol, it has a slightly less Energy Content than 91 (assuming 91 is either straight gas or less than 10% ethanol). we're talking energy content, not octane.

    i hate quoting Wikipedia but it is the quickest summary of info:

    Ethanol contains approx. 34% less energy per unit volume than gasoline, and therefore in theory, burning pure ethanol in a vehicle reduces miles per US gallon 34%, given the same fuel economy, compared to burning pure gasoline....

    For E10 (10% ethanol and 90% gasoline), the effect is small (~3%) when compared to conventional gasoline,[56] and even smaller (12%) when compared to oxygenated and reformulated blends.[57]



    You use slightly more 94 (assuming E10 or greater) than 91 (assuming 0 <= Ethanol < 10%) in terms of fuel consumption ... which is also why people have reported better fuel economy with Shell 91 (which has, or used to have depending on the gas station, zero ethanol content) vs. Ultra 94... but the difference is minor.

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    Default Re: paulabreu's logs

    Does Esso's new 93 have zero ethanol?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MajesticBlueNTO View Post
    SomeGuy's statement isn't so far fetched.

    Assuming 94 octane gas is 10% ethanol, due to the ethanol, it has a slightly less Energy Content than 91 (assuming 91 is either straight gas or less than 10% ethanol). we're talking energy content, not octane.

    i hate quoting Wikipedia but it is the quickest summary of info:




    You use slightly more 94 (assuming E10 or greater) than 91 (assuming 0 <= Ethanol < 10%) in terms of fuel consumption ... which is also why people have reported better fuel economy with Shell 91 (which has, or used to have depending on the gas station, zero ethanol content) vs. Ultra 94... but the difference is minor.
    Thanks for explaining for me, but this is essentially where it comes from...by adding stuff to make the fuel get 94 octane (ethanol or whatever) it decreases overall energy content.

    Quote Originally Posted by loki View Post
    Does Esso's new 93 have zero ethanol?
    That would be interesting to see. I wonder if it has the same knock resistance as 94 (or close).

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    Default Re: paulabreu's logs

    So I pulled 2 more logs tonight

    datalog14.csv
    datalog15.csv

    I have installed the following mods since the last log I posted:

    Corksport Stage II TIP + SRI
    Ultimate Racing turbo back exhaust ( downpipe high flow cat, and test pipe )

    Currently using Cobb OTS Stage2+SF+TIH 93

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    I suppose we all have to start somewhere...smidge of knock, nothing to worry about. AFR's and fuel pressure look good, WGDC isn't too high so there is room to get your boost up still. Lots of airflow might mean your MAF cal is a bit off, given your boost/power levels I wouldn't expect you to flow 290+ g/s.


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    Default Re: paulabreu's logs

    Did another log tonight after installing a CP-E TMIC
    datalog1.csv

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    Default Re: paulabreu's logs

    Looks good. Nothing out of the ordinary...what map are you running? wondering since you are hitting ~20 psi of boost for a brief period of time
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