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Old 04-29-2019, 03:56 AM
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Hello, after a year of trying to Road tune my car , and asking quite a few people at the local shops where I can get my car dynoed. I figure it's worth a shot to post in here. I did find a few within reasonable distance, but once I told them my car and ECU, they didn't want to touch it.
This is my setup. 93 325is. Engine, I built about a year ago. 3L M50 Stroker. All ARP Hardware. Tri metal bearings. Cometic 140 head gasket. And replaced everything else with Quality Parts. Eaton m122 H supercharger, 16 PSI air-to-air intercooler. Link G4 plus ECU. 60lb injectors. Aeromotive boost referenced fuel pressure regulator. Stage 3 clutch single Mass flywheel. Zf320 Z transmission. 315 LSD.
I have been driving it for the past year. Tweaking the tune a little here and a little there. My afr's look good right now. And drives pretty well. But I know my timing is out of whack. I tried to set the timing map a little on the safe side. But without a Dyno I'm never going to get it running the way it should.
Thanks to anybody who can help. Keith / hmw.

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Talk to Ben at Rogue Engineering, he should be able to put you in contact with a dyno.


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