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Hot!Time to repair my Late 92 Hard Top

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Re: Time to repair my Late 92 Hard Top 2024/03/19 11:46:03 (permalink)
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Been driving it around it is fine on the street, But on the race track after a couple of hot laps the ECT started to over heat. So more upgrades. A TRD 71c Thermostat and Mishimoto Triplecore  Aluminum Radiator. Remove AC  system aswell.

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Re: Time to repair my Late 92 Hard Top 2024/06/03 12:38:22 (permalink)
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Well it been some time now posting any details. Here is some updates.
This is a mild and safe tune bottom lines low boost 14psi and top lines 18psi Green no Meth and Red with Meth.
 
 
 
Low boost 14 psi with NM axis RWKW Graph

 
Low boost 18 psi with NM axis RWKW Graph

 
 
Can I get more power? Yes.
Choose reliability over power figures.
Change exhaust housing from .64 to .86 will get more top end power, more timing, more aggressive lambda targets and change intake manifold, but I'm happy with this setup. Yes I could of gone the 2gr route, but all ready invested to much in the 3sgte build. Great street car for the twisty Adelaide hills roads with an odd track day here and there. Have a Water to Air kit to install when I'm ready to do the work. Planning a new full respray soon, it's red it needs it.
Car still has only 115000kms on it.
 
 
 
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Re: Time to repair my Late 92 Hard Top 2024/06/03 12:42:23 (permalink)
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Looks good! What's the reason for the dip around 4700rpm?

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Re: Time to repair my Late 92 Hard Top 2024/06/03 23:39:29 (permalink)
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Don't know I will ask the tuner.
post edited by 92 Hard Top - 2024/06/04 12:55:33
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