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Hussein's 1998 V70 Xr : The Force Awakens

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A few data logs from the past couple days

4th graph

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4th data - coolant temp rises 5 degrees by end of pull - ran up to 7900rpm inj duty cycle hit 95%! AFR's are a little rich with this tune.

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4th graph

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4th data - 2 degree climb in coolant temp

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switched tunes after this - reduced timing in some areas

3rd4th graph today - no wheel hop anymore :) Added Oil Pressure, EBP, and IATic hot side back.

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closeup of FP & Inj duty crossover point Violet = FP Blue = Inj. Duty

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3rd4thdata coolant temp rose 5 degrees over pull. AFR's still a little rich up top - barely hitting 12AFR

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timing pull in 3rd - 9 degrees is a five degree pull over what was requested. I have dropped 100% load timing in the 5-6K range back to previous values of 13-14 degrees.

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Has the quaife eliminated most of the torque steer as well? Clutch feels good? Looks like it's time to find the next weakest link ;) , you're overdue :P

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Steering feels nice and neutral under accel - definitely noticeable in the 3rd 4th pull, since that was coming off the ramp that you & I have often used, so merging left while accelerating hard, which was one of the main inducers of wheel hop also.

Clutch feels tight now, no sign of slip.

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sounds awesome. Are we gonna autox this thing at carlisle?

I dunno - it's a little heavy for that, no? I'd have to switch to the 17"s with more sidewall, don't want to trash my 18"s.

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I dunno - it's a little heavy for that, no? I'd have to switch to the 17"s with more sidewall, don't want to trash my 18"s.

Heavy? Not even close to a CTS-V and they autocross. :)

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Heavy? Not even close to a CTS-V and they autocross. :)

They also have a lot more tire. I think "a little heavy" is a fairly accurate description.

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I would say even Volvo AWD has better traction, and I drove one running slicks.

You will have turbo lag coming out of turn arounds though. It is the reason I just switched from a GT3076 to a GTX2867 turbo.

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I would say even Volvo AWD has better traction, and I drove one running slicks.

You will have turbo lag coming out of turn arounds though. It is the reason I just switched from a GT3076 to a GTX2867 turbo.

Yeah considering I don't see even 5psi below 4K, I'll probably have to run the whole track in 1st/2nd gear.

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True, but you rev to 8k. :) How you drive it all depends on the course.

You will still have fun though.

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True, but you rev to 8k. :) How you drive it all depends on the course.

You will still have fun though.

It's just a long straightaway with tight corners top & bottom - with a little dogleg on each straight

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