Taylors 2020 Type R -573WHP-Motec- G30 Turbo

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Couldnt resist the urge to keep my laptop shut, figured this would help keep an eye on things without lugging the laptop around with me. Keeping an eye on things and giving me a few inputs for switches that i want to setup. Im pretty limited to 3 settings using our R switch. This will let me run more boost settings, traction control levels, over rides etc.

Threw in a SLM for programmable color coded warning lights for my warning system... and the shift light too.

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dropped my intake off to get powder coated today.. going to look pretty good all black with the gold heat foiling!
 
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shortest video on youtube- cold air finally! felt really good this morning after work.

 

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Love reading threads like this, most CTR owners can't diagnose and solve issues like you do. You're spinning 3rd like I spin 2nd :)
 
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Love reading threads like this, most CTR owners can't diagnose and solve issues like you do. You're spinning 3rd like I spin 2nd :)
It does help that i was a tech for 8 years of my life. Went to school and got a job where i can still practice my technical abilities that doesent include working on cars... unless its a hobby. Took the fun out of tinkering.
 
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Removed my Whiteline 22mm for their 26mm Kit- Video
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The black powder coat on the custom inlet pipe is looking so fresh! I'm loving the way it looks.

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Put the Invidia q300 exhaust on this afternoon.. I messed up my go pro.. was taking a time lapse the whole time instead of a video.

I went with the q300 based on a few things-
- no neck downs in any section full 3" OD. its built for a aftermarket down pipe.
- Full Muffler. I dont want a loud exhasut
- Price never hurts


 
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Doing a Little side project here with a extra type r throttle body I have. It seems.we can get a few more mms in there to increase air flow for guys with bigger turbos. 65mm looks possible with more modifications that include more milling and welding

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Looks like Ballade has a working 64mm TB and is working on a 70mm TB. This should be interesting

 
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Looks like Ballade has a working 64mm TB and is working on a 70mm TB. This should be interesting

I stay away from anything that guy who runs that product reviews page, he is cancer to our platform innovators. Charging people to post in his group and downplaying other competitor products.

They do, but i can make my own

64-65 seems to be the biggest you can get with the factory casting from my measurements.. 70mm might require a intake manifold

I have a vf2ss at work and already have the cad drawing to port it starting at 63mm.. going to use this first one as a prototype. Also ordered brass plating to waterjet a new 65mm throttle plate.

If it works well, ill do these on a core exchange basis

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I stay away from anything that guy who runs that product reviews page, he is cancer to our platform innovators. Charging people to post in his group and downplaying other competitor products.

They do, but i can make my own

64-65 seems to be the biggest you can get with the factory casting from my measurements.. 70mm might require a intake manifold

I have a vf2ss at work and already have the cad drawing to port it starting at 63mm.. going to use this first one as a prototype. Also ordered brass plating to waterjet a new 65mm throttle plate.

If it works well, ill do these on a core exchange basis

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Oh I agree, but it's Ballade so it has SOME credibility. But I would take it with a huge grain of salt. But the concept and work being done on it is there so maybe some gains are possible
 
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Oh I agree, but it's Ballade so it has SOME credibility. But I would take it with a huge grain of salt. But the concept and work being done on it is there so maybe some gains are possible
the big turbo group has confirmed good gains with bigger tb.. motec car with audi 80mm.. with intake manifold
 
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I bored the throttle body and i got the throttle blade stock, it is entirely too thick. Im going to have to order something that is closer than what i ordered... have no idea what i was doing when i measured it i guess.

What i did do recently was remove the factory wastegate and put the "factory" EFR gate on. Mainly becuase the joint on the wastegate arm was cutting the blanket. It took me an hour to get it off. Next time i will wait until it is cooled off all the way.. 15 minutes to put it back on when it was cool. The EFR wastegate still hits the blanket so Im kind of bummed about that. It will continue to put small fiberglass tailings until it finds a equilibrium and stops breaking away. Its not very hard to clean up, just annoying at this point.
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While I was excited to try the stock wastegate, i created a bigger issue than i was removing. The stock wastegate is only good for 22 psi. I thought that was the base spring pressure. I went back and read the EFR documentation and it says it opens at 13 psi. DOH. I need it to let me get to 30 psi. So the EFR "high boost" kit was ordered. Its a identical canister that will allow me to run a maximum of 33 psi. I only need it to run 28 psi.. the highest ive turned it to on e85. I stick to 24-25 on 93 octane.


The green line is boost aim "what i want the boost to be" The purple line is actual boost.

The pink line on the second graph is the base duty cycle, something i programed. The ECU is outputting the yellow line, to get my purple line to match the green line.

This issue here is where the Boost control % continues to go up but the Boost Pressure goes down. Eventually trying 100% open to close the gate but exhaust pressure is too high for the spring.

This could be two things- Gate spring is too small or the turbo is maxed out. I know the turbo can run more boost so i know i need the higher gate pressure. Then tuning the Boost Control duty table stars all over again.

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