I don't think I'll be comfortable for the rest of the day after imagining that feeling.
How much power are you making? We want to see graphs.Omg what have I wandered into!?
I went to the dyno today but now all I can think about is burning teethsmell. Thanks guys.
Happy Friday lady and gents. It's more upbeat than usual since Chris arrived. I'm here for this.
Chris,@Bryan thank you for asking. 💜 J's cancer is "good" - there are still small tumors or areas of concern, but the immunotherapy has been holding it in check. He had a second round of chemo last year that he tolerated well. His case is new to all his docs, so that means treatment and issues have been new to everyone too. We have a great team of specialists helping us. He was laid off from his long-time job with Citrix Online after they got sold as part of a huge layoff, but his severance package was awesome and he actually had a company reach out to him immediately to hire him! So he's at Teladoc Health now working on the software their robots use. These "robots" drive around in a hospital, for example, and have a tablet device on them so a doc in their office can remotely check on patients. He tests the systems that keep the data moving between doc and robot, and secure as well because of HIPAA and all that. Besides learning a new company and new teammates his insurance SUCKS, lol, but we know we're privileged to even have coverage.
Why: everyone keeps asking what power it makes ugh! Really, that's a reason. But mostly I want to see how the electronic boost control is working, there's supposed to be a small dip/shelf at 3500-4000 rpm to protect the rods. Then basically an upward ramp to redline, where boost drops a bit again.Woot! Tell us more about the dyno! Why, what vehicle, numbers, etc!
doesn't it also have an electric supercharger/turbo thing?Why: everyone keeps asking what power it makes ugh! Really, that's a reason. But mostly I want to see how the electronic boost control is working, there's supposed to be a small dip/shelf at 3500-4000 rpm to protect the rods. Then basically an upward ramp to redline, where boost drops a bit again.
It looks ok. Each time I learn a bit more. I will definitely use this to fiddle with the boost duty table.
What vehicle: it's the hillclimb turd. 1999 10th AE drivetrain with a FM 2560 trubo. Various mods...
Bahahaha!Like a typical E46
You're right, it actually does. This is set up to use 77v and I want to try and make it work again at some point....that idea makes more sense the more I think about it. An electric supercharger on a car with a built in 144v system? Uh, yes.
Thanks! It keeps me occupied. I'm going to even say I enjoy it at this point.Oh, actual tuning! Nice. Best of luck. That voodoo is long in my past.