When prevous stated I was running 87 octane, I was trying everything to see some differances. How much do you think im looking at in parts? So basically any manifold you see listed for this engine for a particular app, it's ment to work with this engine in that application. I feel you are jumping down my throat. Works with either automatic or manual gearboxes. As for the wideband, the reason you need it is because the narrowband can not read the areas with accuracy and without it you are flying blind. This version of the 2. The most complete turbo package available for this platform.
If you need more or nobody else responds favorably I'll be back with more to help you. He also learned alot about his components and why you do not tune around problems. Well this company can actually do some pretty good tunes. So a manifold that produced better low-end torque would be desirable in that application. New built-in safety features such as the in-line fuse, incorporated electronic relay and heavy-duty race switch add even more reliability to the unit. Stroker Kits Performance Stroker Kit 91. It is a siamesed engine: there are no coolant passages between cylinders.
Sounds like a good idea to me! So my plan is hopefully to rebuild the motor for performance and add a little nitrous. Changes included a lower compression ratio, special pistons, high-strength valves, higher-pressure springs to avoid float , better-sealing rings, a special cam, select-fit bearings, a special exhaust manifold, and a diecast aluminum cylinder head cover. Was going to go that route, but talked myself out of it somehow. Lastly, this kit keeps your air conditioning and power steering for a great street setup. Would be nice to have a max hp tune also, and change as needed, but max hp and Michigan winters most likely will not be a good thing.
What about getting the stock header extruded? Next you need to figure out if you are going to be running E85 or premium and stick with it and tune for that criteria. The 1985 used the engine instead, so this high output 2. We've got enough problems on this forum taking heat from the flaming cammer-guys give us. But still, you're right John. The ease of installation, the proven horsepower gains and the worry free tuning is priceless.
I could even run 9. Many people drink and drive too, does that mean you should? The guys on S10F gave me a link to a site where I can get new injectors 37. I feel you are jumping down my throat. I have been reading and reading, but just so much to learn, and I knew this when I purchased my tuner. Many people have run turbos without chaging injectors on S10's, maybe they all had issues I dont know, I am not totally opposed to chagning mine either. Dont want to spend a fortune.
In 1995 Chrysler sold much of the machining equipment as well as the license to the design, to of , after negotiations which had begun in the mid-eighties. Applications of the High Output 2. For additional power and boost, grab a few add-ons parts such as , , , , etc. You know, the parts that actually bolt-to the head. It's been done many times by others here and is practically a direct bolt-on.
I ask as still not 100% sure how the wideband will work as I do not have the pro tuner which from what i can tell will let you log the widband right to the pro unit. I also understand, its hard to tune a computer that has never seen boost before. I have it down in the single digits for 0-60 times and there's still room for improvement! We carry only the highest quality S10 super chargers on the market but we are able to sell them for the lowest aftermarket prices so you save on every purchase. Or was it the other pill? I will be helping him retune on the dyno when he gets all done no charge because he really shows an interest and I see that. That way i still own the tune and can change as needed as I learn or add more to the motor. Or can it be wired up somehow with out a controller? When matched against a belt driven supercharger, our electric supercharger kits are far more cost-effective.
Charge pipes will be 2. The owner of the truck just ordered some new flanges from me and is redoing some stuff to make it cleaner and an overall better setup. Want to put a turbo in a S10 very similar to these 1998, 2. It is a J-car engine, after all. Any advice on knock retard would be great also, although I am not too worried as the knock is minimal, just not sure if its happening during boost or not.