Re: Tuning for bigger cams - Saabnet.com Bulletin Board
thanks for the reponse...it makes sense that the lower dynamic compression probably requires more timing overall
The car was not totally a dog off boost, but it reminded me what the bone stock 900 was like way before I started playing with things, I was probably asking for too much!
The plan absolutely is for much more boost, but before I turned it back up again I wanted to make sure things were sort of broken in and tuned properly first. I also need to get a dyno plot to see where the cams are making power to see if adjustments are needed.
With my new ignition map burned into my ignition system the car is quite a hammer! 100MPH 1/4 mile at stock boost levels certainly isnt bad for a c900...with 15psi and water/meth turned back on this should be transmission busting fun!
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