looking amazing! Liking that front splitter a lot.
Many thanks Lister. I've been a busy beaver!looking amazing! Liking that front splitter a lot.
Nope. As you now know I hunted everywhere high and low on it but the only way I could eventually figure it out was to strip a T4 box and a G60 box down. Something tells me it can't be done but I just don't know tbh. I've got a DUJ code gearbox now so the ratio's will be far better than what I originally had.Awesome! You got the gas on there too? Liking the interior btw, similar to what I've been working on lately.
Also, I've got a bone to pick...everytime i google for info on t4 gearboxes and think I've got likely thread, its just you asking on some random forum about g60 diffs! Did you get anywhere with that?
:ILU: cheers dude.Looking good , looking forward to the RR numbers as looking to change my ko3s to a 4 or possibly gt28 or ihi.......
Need new rods first though, glad your back in love again !
Sounds interesting.Ive used adaptive mapping on standalone ECUs before, with limited success, the idea was you specified the mixture you wanted and the ECU used the wideband lambda to map to that. Emerald is a much better system and technology has moved on, so hopefully its got better, again interested to hear your feedback on that (although I wont be running an emerald, Im a big fan of standard management -out of interest, why did you go aftermarket?
Cheers guys. At last, It's been quite a battle on all fronts to get here.Looks awesome, I had problems with the map supplied. Dave has a mk1 golf with a BAM engine and we started with that map.
Unfortunately we had very different throttle bodies so the fueling was way off. I had also run one of the breather pipes wrong so air was getting past the throttle body so would not idle properly. A few hours with Dave's magic fingers though and she was a different animal. The drive home was so much more fun.
Looking forward to the next instalment.
Oh and welcome to the 20v club T: