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pr0j3c1 turbo 3800 71k mile guru wheelie machine by Justinbart
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lol, yea. It said 390 on another run but I let off before the 1/8th and it said 0-60 in 10 seconds.



Have you looked into dynolicious? Not saying it is, but it might be a better resource.
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I don't see it for Android.

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I don't see it for Android.



Yeah sorry I didn't realize it was just an apple app right now.
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I do have a friend with a V-box. I'll have to see if he still has it and will let me borrow it before he gets his UGR lambo back.

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Don't you have a Aeroforce scan gauge? You can check the 1/8 and 1/4 performance on that too.
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Nope.

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Nope.



OK, it was Boost and Wideband gauge

I recommend one as Formula would be able to monitor KR, Boost, Wideband AFR, perform a case learn, get DTC, and check HP and 1/4 mile times. It just can't print.

BAD AZZ Gauge... ONE GAUGE TO RULE them ALL!

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OK, it was Boost and Wideband gauge

I recommend one as Formula would be able to monitor KR, Boost, Wideband AFR, perform a case learn, get DTC, and check HP and 1/4 mile times. It just can't print.

BAD AZZ Gauge... ONE GAUGE TO RULE them ALL!



I believe the torque app is more powerful if he has an android device. ELM327 bluethooth is ~$15 and the app is $5.

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I believe the torque app is more powerful if he has an android device. ELM327 bluethooth is ~$15 and the app is $5.



I have an android phone. I'll get torque and was going to buy hp tuners too just to have.
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I have an android phone. I'll get torque and was going to buy hp tuners too just to have.


I would prbably just find a dhp laying around if you dont plan on tuning other things... it gives you more options if you ever got to that point.
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I have an android phone. I'll get torque and was going to buy hp tuners too just to have.


I've been considering selling my HPTuners. I'll send you a PM shortly.

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I would prbably just find a dhp laying around if you dont plan on tuning other things... it gives you more options if you ever got to that point.


I don't plan on messing with the tune at all. I mainly just want something that I can change the tire size to correct the speedo/shifts if I ever decide to get a taller or shorter tire.

The local gas station that does have e85 announced that they are phasing it out, so I shouldn't ever need anything more then the 93 tune.
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I don't plan on messing with the tune at all. I mainly just want something that I can change the tire size to correct the speedo/shifts if I ever decide to get a taller or shorter tire.

The local gas station that does have e85 announced that they are phasing it out, so I shouldn't ever need anything more then the 93 tune.


its more about the things you dont expect... DHP is all around better if you dont plan on using it on another car.
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its more about the things you dont expect... DHP is all around better if you dont plan on using it on another car.


cool, I'll keep an eye out for a dhp tuner.

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What about when we trade for the mustang to put a turbo on it?

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What about when we trade for the mustang to put a turbo on it?



http://i.imgur.com/MdUCz46.jpg
Mine blew the tires off at 460whp on 13.5" mt et streets (on the track). Should have went bias ply.
Manual transmission stangs are hard to get to hook up.

http://i.imgur.com/2lxe5Wf.jpg
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cool, I'll keep an eye out for a dhp tuner.



http://www.clubgp.com/newfo...&p=1&tmode=1&smode=1
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Sweet mother of God that is a beautiful turbo setup!

Awesome car!
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Installed a brake bias adjuster. Sadly it doesn't seem to help make boost on the converter. It still makes plenty with the ALS fortunately. The true test will have to be done at the track on sticky pavement. It might not even need much at the line because it responds soooo fast. I does feel like braking is much improved and more balanced to slightly heavy in the rear now. I like it A LOT!.



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What was the last launch? Was it just the antilag right before you launched?
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Only did anti lag once in that video. I combined two videos. The last pat of the first segment was with anti-lag. The very last launch in that video was just the foot brake.

The bias adjuster still has more room to turn in but I really don't want to risk locking the rear with drag radials on.

Today was the first time the roads have been dry for while. Just in time for a big snow storm coming tomorrow, ugg. The transmission pan seems to be doing i'ts job. It never got over 160*. It was getting near 200* before.
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It built boost really fast on that last run, I actually thought you hit the antilag right before you launched.

This has been a bad winter here for snow and freezing temps. Last winter it barely snowed and this winter it doesn't seem like we had many days where the ground wasn't covered.
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You guys should come down south. We don't really get snow here

Looks like a fantastic cop magnet. Awesome stuff.

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Anything new?
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Not much. Took the car to get aligned last week. I gave the shop owner a ride after and he about pooped his pants.

The weather has been crappy and i'm back to work full time. One of these weekends we'll get it on the dyno.

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pretty nice work. im finishing my show car right now i want to make a daily driver more like this now.

you guys are in business for this?
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Read thread and watched videos (right there by Mr. Convenience, eh? ), another cool build Makes me love the idea of a turbo 3800 even more, but I want to keep the trunk -_-
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Read thread and watched videos (right there by Mr. Convenience, eh? ), another cool build Makes me love the idea of a turbo 3800 even more, but I want to keep the trunk -_-


mount the turbo over the transmission. problem solved...

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Possibly... I don't really have the welding skills to build the manifolds/headers and I'm not sure how much I'd be willing to fork over to have it built, especially with the tight confines of a Fiero.

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Possibly... I don't really have the welding skills to build the manifolds/headers and I'm not sure how much I'd be willing to fork over to have it built, especially with the tight confines of a Fiero.



you bought the wrong kind of car...
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i love what you have done to your fiero. i live in toledo,ohio...but i was born and raised in flint,mich. i went to answorth h.s. lived near fenton and grand blanc road. i have two gt's. i have a black solid roof 1987 gt with a 5spd. getrag. many body mods. flush mount headlights, warbler extractor hood, camoro wing, mustang scoop,cutstom taillights. mr. mike seats,black carpet,flip-up screen dvd am fm radio. second car is an 88 gt red 5 spd beechwood int. 2000 pontiac firebird radio. i am a member of the michigan fiero club. i started a club in toledo. we call our club the toledo fiero group. i like to see younger guys making fieros there hobby too. best of luck with your beutiful fiero.
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pretty nice work. im finishing my show car right now i want to make a daily driver more like this now.

you guys are in business for this?


Selectively in busniess for it... We only try to take on projects we have time for and if we are a good match for the owner. Not much for projects where we have no freedoms to do it our way.
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Possibly... I don't really have the welding skills to build the manifolds/headers and I'm not sure how much I'd be willing to fork over to have it built, especially with the tight confines of a Fiero.



Trunks are overrated

I think Justin designed his car to be able to add a half a trunk if he wants to. Nosrac has half a trunk too. I didn't need a trunk because I will only use the Fiero for short trips.

 
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Selectively in busniess for it... We only try to take on projects we have time for and if we are a good match for the owner. Not much for projects where we have no freedoms to do it our way.


Let the experts do their thing and you'll get good results

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If I never used it to put stuff in I probably wouldn't be so stuck on it
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We got 10" of snow last night, spring is never going to come
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Going to start the paint process here his weekend... i expect it to go failrly easy... i am going to lean twords just painting the gfx and not a full repaint as i do not have the garage space at the time.
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Going to start the paint process here his weekend... i expect it to go failrly easy... i am going to lean twords just painting the gfx and not a full repaint as i do not have the garage space at the time.


If you think you can match the bottom of the front bumper with the side skirts, you can paint that part so that I can register it as a classic (need to send pics to the dmv). I'm talking to a shop to paint the whole thing probably next summer, the little things I can fix pretty easy in photoshop so no need to repaint the whole ground effects when it will just be painted over anyway.
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Never ending winter!

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Painted today... I ended up with silver 16, not grey 18... Oh well I was looking for some silver for a custom project.. I will try again Tuesday. Luckily I wasted little to no labor, as I caught it before the clear went on. If i am lucky a pint of 18 is cheaper!

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I heard rumors that the front bumper matches the rest of the car now!
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