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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 09-09-04, 04:19 PM Thread Starter
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Help with MSD connection

With MSD module to Fords dissy on 92 model..
I have a miss and we can't dyno my car properly..
Click on link to tuners section..Thanks...

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Re: Help with MSD connection

Found problem Bad earth
So far 260rwkw at 5 Lp boost & 4000 rpm...

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Re: Help with MSD connection

thats a pretty good result, how much more can you blow into her?

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awesome mate, thats a wicked result and at only 5psi
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Re: Help with MSD connection

Should get another 100 rwkw... 400 fwkw...The turbo's are rather small.. .63 rear housings..Good low rpm spool though..It has 7.8 compression more boost is going to make big difference...This miss seems ??? heat related...

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thats a pretty good result, how much more can you blow into her?
Can run 20 Lp+ if I want I have just replaced map senser from 2 bar to 3 bar, but I'll probably run 12 to 15 when worked out, on street...
Though it will have Haltech boost controllers by then...

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