So how much power did it put down with the efi ?
Did it run better than with the mechanical injection ?
And did you have time to fully tune it at the dyno or finish tune it at bonneville ? Or are you going back to the dyno to finish it because I know you where really crunched for time.
Anyway the car is badass. I wish I would have got a chance to talk to you guys but I was leaving rite when I saw you get in line.
It runs much better with efi,it was always hard to start with the mechanical injection and i had to run it so rich for the top end it would have a rich cutout at the bottom,so its nice to bring up a run look at the air fuel tables and no whats really going on and adjust with a few taps on the keyboard.
We don't know the final hp because the engine vibrated the room so much it kept unpluging the power cord under the rear tires and between the rollers,but with the mechanical injection it increased 500 hp from 5000 to 6000 rpm and 28.5 lbs boost were they stopped the pull because it was lean,with new 12 gal min fuel pump [old 7 gal] and efi the dyno pull increased to 6800 and 31 lbs boost.
Yes we were able to adjust the tune at Bville on Troys 257 run it had a air fuel ratio in low 10s.
It is still hard to start the very 1st time because the mechanical fuel pump takes a while to prime the system so were installing an inexpensive electric fuel pump and plumbing into one of the fuel rails.[just ordered from Summitt today].
Precision Auto is on the crew now and want us to bring the car down to do some wiring and things but still installing new intercooler i'm not sure if dyno is necessary.
Anyhow getting ready for El Mirage in Nov. were we hope to do well.