Taylors 2020 Type R -608WHP-Motec- G30 Turbo

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Ummm... subscribed!! Killing it Taylor! Congrats on the stock block WR! Amazing :bow:





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A whole month later... well im still waiting for wheels and axles for my drag setup..

I did buy a 20 ft enclosed trailer, a c125 dash and keypad options

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C125 with Input/output option
15 button keypad for Boost/ Traction settings, As well as Overrides, c1125 control, AC control!!!
The buttons allow for 10 levels of settings.. 10 boost setting, 10 traction settings, 10 launch rpm settings. The configurability is endless.
2020+ AC control does not work on motec, it stays on the whole time due to different can bus.
10hz GPS to do sector timing.. + or - seconds compared to last lap.. Real time! (@fatherpain needs this)

Got the dash setup displaying gear, boost, AFR, timing etc.. as well as Ethanol content and fuel pressures.. and the shift lights are setup. One thing i miss, is my temp sensor. Im putting a air temp sensor to use as ambient.. never realized how much i look at the temp out side when driving around

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So envious of that C125 setup Taylor. Looks great. Requested a quote with the extras including the Motec GPS and their version of the smarty cam and hoo boy.. Knocked me for a loop, haha. Gonna have to pay off a couple things first before can act on it. Hopefully by the end of the year.

Did you end up locating the C125 display on top of the OEM dash display as it appears in the photo?

Thinking the cubby hole behind the shifter was too low and dangerous to look away from the road under hard driving.

May look into having something fabricated to hold it, similar to a Phone holder to keep it within the infotainment or dashboard eyeline. Is that feasible?
 
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So envious of that C125 setup Taylor. Looks great. Requested a quote with the extras including the Motec GPS and their version of the smarty cam and hoo boy.. Knocked me for a loop, haha. Gonna have to pay off a couple things first before can act on it. Hopefully by the end of the year.

Did you end up locating the C125 display on top of the OEM dash display as it appears in the photo?

Thinking the cubby hole behind the shifter was too low and dangerous to look away from the road under hard driving.

May look into having something fabricated to hold it, similar to a Phone holder to keep it within the infotainment or dashboard eyeline. Is that feasible?
Yes its on top of the column, leaving perfect view of the gas level and coolant temp.. it is crazy how fast it adds up :( . A C127 *should* fit, but i was worried about the weight on the plastic cover and the vibrations that might come from it. If doing a full dash replacement, c127 is the way to go.. has 4 extra lights on the side.

Im happy with the 125, it doesnt look out of place and is proportional.. and the shift lights.. well they are BRIGHT.. I had to get them turned down!:drive:
Ben has hand made the dash mount on a OEM column cover (they are 5$ so i bought a few to test/cut/destroy) His design ended up working fine and works good. I will be upgrading to the waterjet version just because you can barely see it, id like to get it painted black.

The led dash is very hard to get a picture without a black line through it, my camera playing weird tricks.. its actually a still shot of a video.

The keypad is in front of the shifter, which fits perfectly. I do not recommend the dash to be there as your eyes would have to look too far down, especially at speed. Even without the dash, the keypad is useful.. i had my boost and traction tied to my R switch, I now have it separate to the keypad and can turn it up and down and leave my suspension settings the same
 
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Well we went back to the dyno and made some more power, 608 on 32 psi. Q16 fuel this time. Still ramping the boost up from 26 to 32
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Also picked up a CR radiator for the track days.
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Post a full picture of the dyno sheet. I wanna see the wtq too
torque is higher than it really is, read 530 something.. rpm cal on the dyno is ~300 off. i revved it to 7400 but dyno only read to 7000 and that will change the torque a lot. Horsepower isnt affected by the mishap.
 

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