you,ve got the patience of a saint paul :laugh:
tried that during tuning and still leans out above 6kHave you tried running the car with the lambda disconnected (not sure if the fuel map you've got covers the whole range or just additional fueling)...i know you're using a different ecu setup but thats the only way i can get mine to live where i want it to. With it connected the car always leans out.
Sorry if ive already suggested this btw but the sites still taking to long to load for me to check.
shouldn't need to cos ed says don't touch the fuelmap cos its all tuned n correct n just need to tweak the multipliers/latancy etc and plus it all worked fine last week.hmmm surely thats gotta mean the fuel map needs tweaking :S as i guess you're running the same boost level etc.
looks like the long walbro filter pickup you had to bend under in the facelift swirlpot wasn't allowing the pump to be fitted as low possible to suck up the last bit of fuel, though at that point you should be refuellling anyway and prob not good for the motorNo probs (Y) The plugs on the later models must be what they made the pump to match. Yeah the pick up they send is way to long in my opinion; so I swapped it over to the the OEM pick up because the pump had difficulties sucking anything less than 5 litres of fuel on any incline, which kept causes my engine to die and then great difficulty getting it started again.
The swirl pott on mine sits on a rail at the bottom of the tank; so yeah its pretty much exactly like yours only the casing is different. So you should be able to just slide the new one on, providing it will fit the rail/anchor. Job done ; )
lol tupperware, i just googled it and I see what you mean :laugh:
Are you going to be coming to RWYB Pod on the 2nd/15th October? Turbo vs Turbo ha ha
guess i was too tight n skimped for the lowest cost pump and paid the price for using an underpowered and maybe worn skyline pumpAh, ive told at the time, just order a Walbro instead of a Skyline pump... :laugh:
Glad everything is sorted now. And go for Scopez advice, facelift fuel pump support is much better (my 2nd pre-facelift SR has it too from stock, i assume that all 2nd pre-facelifts has them).
Been there, thought i'd killed the car when it happened haha. Got the thing clamped so hard now, im never taking it off (if i can help it)...plus it took ages to get the thing ongee just had an ARGHH moment goin to work. was gonna overtake a lorry, 3rd gear full boost, as i was just beside the lorry cabin something went POP! making the back of the bonnet bounce up, mixture goes 10afr and power goes from 160 to like 10bhp as she slows down and struggles to hold 30mph. meanwhile another car ahead was getting awfully close
lorry had to slow to let me in as the car putputtss at 30. pulled over off the main road to check and the 90deg hose has popped off the TB:suspect: odd why it does it now rather than during castle combe or when caning it to london.
tightened clip and pops off again at full boost, bah. retightened as much as possible n keep boost low. gonna have to use them stronger nut/bolt clamps
:laugh:haha been there when i turbo'd my n14 it was bloody loud when it popped there was people walking when it happend i just came on to boost and it was like a huge squeal then POP!!! the people #### them selfs more than i did :laugh: