Can someone help me figure out whats wrong with my car ?

DCT_JAY

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veer90

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There's nothing obvious wrong with the logs that I could see. In fact they look very good.

Can you elaborate what you mean by sketchy? Stability at speed is usually tire/wheel/suspension/alignment related.
 

DCT_JAY

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There's nothing obvious wrong with the logs that I could see. In fact they look very good.

Can you elaborate what you mean by sketchy? Stability at speed is usually tire/wheel/suspension/alignment related.
I don't feel as if i am making power , i had another person tell me my High pressure fuel pump looks like its going out. Also when i looked at the logs i am not even hitting target boost through the pull
 

DCT_JAY

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There's nothing obvious wrong with the logs that I could see. In fact they look very good.

Can you elaborate what you mean by sketchy? Stability at speed is usually tire/wheel/suspension/alignment related.
i don't how to properly explain but the car felt much healthier and noticeably better power delivery when on 93 OCT stage 2 + tune
 

veer90

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Log boost mean next time and see how close that is to target. You could also ask Ken Atkinson directly, he wrote the N54 OTS MHD maps.

Rail pressure looks healthy lowest I saw was 18xx psi
 

DCT_JAY

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Log boost mean next time and see how close that is to target. You could also ask Ken Atkinson directly, he wrote the N54 OTS MHD maps.

Rail pressure looks healthy lowest I saw was 18xx psi[/QUOTE

Ill shoot him a email
 

Torgus

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You are a few PSI under target the entire pull. I would do another pull and rev it all the way out.

Can't hurt to add LPFP but I would bet it is fine given your HPFP.
 

DCT_JAY

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You are a few PSI under target the entire pull. I would do another pull and rev it all the way out.

Can't hurt to add LPFP but I would bet it is fine given your HPFP.
I uploaded three runs in that log
 

matreyia

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I uploaded three runs in that log

I noticed decrease 8n power over time even though I kept upgrading...in the end it was boost leaks...and improper bov hose size too small. Now the car is a beast...and I am still on a crusade to plug all possible leaks.
 
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DCT_JAY

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I noticed decrease 8n power over time even though I kept upgrading...in the end it was boost leaks...and improper bov hose size too small. Now the car is a beast...and I am still on a crusade to plug all possible leaks.
What hoses should i replace ?? Or if yo could point me in the right direction
 

Torgus

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What hoses should i replace ?? Or if yo could point me in the right direction

Well all vacuum lines should be a start and small money. Just take your time removing and reinstalling. I use the fancy platinum cured ones but any new ones should be fine. If nothing but preventative maintenance.

Your diverter valves could leak. Normally people upgrade to a charge pipe and tial BOV to avoid that problem but you will want to upgrade your vac source from the manifold(easy)

After that you can smoke or pressure test the intake tract for any leaks.

Or you could have worn waste gates and need a new FI solution but that is worse case. You could also go for a custom tune but I would fix the underlying issue 1st.
 
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DCT_JAY

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Well all vacuum lines should be a start and small money. Just take your time removing and reinstalling. I use the fancy platinum cured ones but any new ones should be fine. If nothing but preventative maintenance.

Your diverter valves could leak. Normally people upgrade to a charge pipe and tial BOV to avoid that problem but you will want to upgrade your vac source from the manifold(easy)

After that you can smoke or pressure test the intake tract for any leaks.

Or you could have worn waste gates and need a new FI solution but that is worse case. You could also go for a custom tune but I would fix the underlying issue 1st.
Would you mind linking me to the ones you bought ?
 

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matreyia

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Would you mind linking me to the ones you bought ?

Verocity is very good. 12 ft. Is enough.

Stock lines are all 3.5mm. Or 4mm. Either will be fine.

Tial Bov line must be 6mm. Always get highest grade. DO NOT SKIMP on hoses. There is no excuse.

Finally, make damn sure those valve cover nipples are completely sealed and use the Vader Solutions BOV adapter to hook up the 6mm hose to the Tial BOV. (Not HKS BOV)

After all hoses are upgraded and zero valve cover leaks...your car should be a monster. Unless you have a leak in you vakve cover or somewhere in the numerous pcv links.
 
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DCT_JAY

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Verocity is very good. 12 ft. Is enough.

Stock lines are all 3.5mm. Or 4mm. Either will be fine.

Tial Bov line must be 6mm. Always get highest grade. DO NOT SKIMP on hoses. There is no excuse.

Finally, make damn sure those valve cover nipples are completely sealed and use the Vader Solutions BOV adapter to hook up the 6mm hose to the Tial BOV. (Not HKS BOV)

After all hoses are upgraded and zero valve cover leaks...your car should be a monster. Unless you have a leak in you vakve cover or somewhere in the numerous pcv links.
Thanks guys this was extremely helpful ill report back after i get that stuff done next weekend
 

Torgus

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Also a small zip tie after the vac barbs never hurt no one. Overkill but no cost.