sneakey pete

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  1. sneakey pete

    For those with no soldering iron experience this should do the trick https://gcg.com.au/petrol-performance/performance-1/gauges-accessories/turbo-speed-scaler-borg-warner-efr-detail Though its an analogue input not a digital one so plan accordingly
  2. Fixed that for you Mate of mine is doing a 26 7670 build should be running in the next few months, will be interesting seeing how it goes compared to my 8374. Can't say i'm 100% convinced its the better option for pure street duties, though wouldn't go a 7670 for the track etc.
  3. sneakey pete

    Completely changed setup so its hard to say how much that part made but its pretty great.
  4. sneakey pete

    spool 79mm here. Did have issues with oil squirter clearances though unsure if it was specific to the 79mm or just a general issue, ordered kit through the engine builder so wasn't too involved but also was their responsibility to fix so that was a win. Apart from that its pretty damn good, though presumably will wear out faster than a 77.7 etc.
  5. sneakey pete

    That kit only has a single fitting for feed. Y pipe is in the tank. If, for some reason, you must have a twin feed rail (see topic on that from a few days ago also) run a -8 feed and Y pipe it into -6 in the bay.
  6. sneakey pete

    Proper way to do it would be to run hard lines TBH, less risk with debris strikes from under the car. Though as said I was lazy and it turned out pretty damn good so i wasn't too worried. Given the guy with the same turbos is only making 437kw i'd say -8's not needed in this case. people have made 400kw on stock lines with E85 and -6 is something like 50% bigger compared to that
  7. sneakey pete

    You don't need twin feeds. Distance isn't even 4.5m as the tank isn't at the back of the car and the rail isn't at the front. best way to do it is to modify and use the Hicas lines as they're right there, or you can do what i did and be dodgy and run the -6 lines in the old brackets for that, they fit right in and tuck up really well actually. I think i used 9m of hose and i also got a water feed for the turbo and a power steering line out of it.
  8. sneakey pete

    Tomei also sells ARMS turbos...
  9. sneakey pete

    i really need to get my iwg properly tuned...
  10. sneakey pete

    Could someone do a summary? Don't have the connectivity in camp to run video at the moment
  11. sneakey pete

    Sounds like a hardware update to me. Good to see they're able to update previous models. They are a pretty good option for your typical mild street upgrades etc.
  12. sneakey pete

    Was it a firmware update or hardware update? Certainly a good plug and play option for a non extreme car, easy enough to get tuned aswell
  13. sneakey pete

    honestly i think the most interesting comparision would be to the 9180, in terms of it having a smaller rear end and all of the various improvements you get from that (and disavantages in flow capacity)
  14. sneakey pete

    So.. anyone want to buy 1.5 8374s?
  15. sneakey pete

    When you say on vs off, do you mean activated vs not activated? or optimal vs sitting at base conditions? Its still a slightly misleading comparison as your off isn't going to be as optimized as a normal dumb cam. Still, I wants it.