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My Dyno experience w/ Treblic.

Old 10-14-2013, 11:28 AM
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Ok so alot of you saw, or went through my build thread. Saturday was my appointment with Treblic to get tuned. I had a absolutely horrific day in which a few times I thought I would be heading back to Richmond from Nova, with an untuned car.

Appointment is at 12pm, I get there a couple minutes before, Pull off the trailer and empy the 93 out of the tank. We pull it on the dyno and immediately had little issued that had to be straightened out, after we figured all of that out we ended up having such a weak spark that the timing light wouldnt pick it up.

Then swapped my distributor with an extra I brought that ended up doing the same thing. I then drove to Advanced and bought an OE replacement and it fixed that issue.

The head then began to make a weird noise after vtec, Took the valve cover and didnt see anything out of the ordinary, then we were thinking maybe its the wear pattern on the lobes of the pro1s, Swap them out with gsr cams and it was fine.

Then the injectors were causing the car to break up after vtec and wouldnt respond to the tune at all, At idle he removed 35% fuel and it didnt even change the AFRs, I had the old school boschs, I ended up just buying some fic 1150s from him and putting those in.

Then everything was going smoothly and we began to make power, started to run out of duty cycle on the injectors so we upped the pressure on the regulator. Just to find out my noobie self wired them incorrectly, Started to blow the ACG fuse. So we were out of fuel.

Finally at 1:30 am , and three dizzys later, two sets of injectors later we landed on 595 @19psi. On 33lbs the car only made 615. So clearly there was a boost leak, we backed the car off the dyno thinking it was a bad fmic we made, and the turbo adjustment plated were laying on the roller..... I never tightened the turbo back up after putting the kit on.

I will rewire the pumps, dual spring the wastegates, pressure check and go back to Treblic probably around January and finish off the build for the 750whp I wanted.

I really want to say thank you to Treblic Tuned, and also Edge Motorsports in RVA. Also Jeff from CNC Werx. This might not sound bad but it was beyond a terrible day for me. Thanks for looking/Reading. Ill make a full build post when I get time, Ive got one in the build threads, just real choppy but you get the idea.

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Old 10-14-2013, 12:36 PM
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i c u have nailor is a bitch on the intercooler. that's funny
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Old 10-14-2013, 12:52 PM
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Yeah man, fuck that guy
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Default Re: My Dyno experience w/ Treblic.

Sounds like your car was no where near ready for the dyno and you should check all your work before planning all this out.
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Originally Posted by DopieDopeMan View Post
Sounds like your car was no where near ready for the dyno and you should check all your work before planning all this out.
I believe the work was done @ Adrenaline Auto Works.
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Originally Posted by DopieDopeMan View Post
Sounds like your car was no where near ready for the dyno and you should check all your work before planning all this out.
Yes to a degree John you are right. I made some mistakes. Over all I tried to be as prepared as possible, Having injectors fail, having two other dizzys shit out , there was really nothing I could do about that. Me not doing everything 100% basically stopped the car from making the power I wanted. However it was a learning experience, I will be going back in Dec/Jan for a 750hp tune.
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Originally Posted by ufctapout View Post
I believe the work was done @ Adrenaline Auto Works.
I have no problem with AA, however not a single thing was done at there shop.
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Damn, how many cars were you involved with taking to build this one?
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Damn, how many cars were you involved with taking to build this one?
Lol grow up Peter Pan. Nothing but two jobs and many picked up shifts to build this. One day the rest of you kiddies will grow up and realize how childish you sound trying to bring something up from 8 years ago.
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i c u have nailor is a bitch on the intercooler. that's funny
This is Chris If you didn't pick that up yet <3
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