How many miles your S/C taco have?

Discussion in 'F/I Mods & Tuning' started by x-driver21, Dec 27, 2018.

  1. mejbro

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    Dude, I'm using the 3 quart container it came with. Check to make sure it's not injecting while you're idling or at a lower percentage. I'm not familiar with Stage II... is that reading the MAF sensor?
    My injection starts at 20% pulse width ( reading the injector ) and is full spray at 75%. I've had to dial the "start" up so I wouldn't inject while taking road trips and cruising at 80 mph. I don't read boost because it's not as consistent, but these are all settings that I can program with the Stage III controller.
     
  2. mejbro

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    Sorry, my point after all the bleh, bleh, bleh is... the 3 quart container is enough for me. Don't forget to put the E6000 thread sealant specifically for methanol applications on the threads going into the tank, you may have a leak and not notice because it'll just evaporate.
     
  3. Aspen_S/C

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    Running my TRD on a 2005 4x4 at 194K now, had it and the 2.85" pulley put on in 2008 at 55K. I had the blower re-built at 170K, do snout oil changes every 30K. I am also running the 7th injector, upgraded fuel pump, UCON EMS, full headers and exhaust, TRD CAI. It's a work truck for the most part, 6,200 pounds with a camper on it.

    For truly spirited runs I have a stage one tuned Audi RS7 kicking out 645hp and 656tq. Just posting to keep the boost alive..:)
     
  4. NHXRUNNER

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    I'm up to 217K miles, S/C installed at 167K. I'm running the 2.825, Walbro 255, TRD Re-Flash, URD Spec-U front to back, and the Gen 1 TRD CAI. I need to do a snout oil change here very soon. How much oil have you been putting back? Did you just use a syringe and measure how much came out? That's what I've been told in the past.
     
  5. Aspen_S/C

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    I'm running Spec-U front to back as well, did you get the new part from URD to eliminate the nasty rasp-zing noise?

    I think the last time I used a syringe it took a hair under 5 oz back in likely due to maybe not getting all the old oil out? It's been awhile since I used that method, past two times I removed the nose drive so it was all fresh. What it also comes down to is that you can only fill up to the hole anyway or it all comes gushing out.

    Either way it is between 5-6 oz. as far sa I recall.
     
  6. NHXRUNNER

    NHXRUNNER "New Hampster"
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    I did get a straight piece to replace the PS sweep but then chopped in a pair of vibrant 10 or 12" resonators and I've loved the sound ever since.
     
  7. spicciani2

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    Uhh teachers I has non-relevant QUESTION...
    ya'll notice a drop in MPG? Or just a drop in tire life?
     

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