The corollary to that is that "You always break something expensive when you try to juggle it along with something cheap"Eventually, something simple makes even the smartest of us chase our tails.
We deserve a video buddy
Tuning is fun. Steve helped me out a lot too, he took over my computer and did a lot of tutorial stuff which helped me a lot with understanding how things work. He got me far enough along to where I felt comfortable to take it over myself and dial the rest in.It was a long time coming, but I'm thrilled that it's now in order. Reignites my passion for the project which I technically started about 7 years ago when I picked up the Cobra bone stock. Had a vision for what I consider the ultimate Fox body. It's probably 85% there now. After tuning, I want to get it painted (black again), clean up the interior a bit and install some better sound system components (although I think the exhaust note will make me happy too). After that a few suspension/chassis items to complete the full Max Motorsports setup and a set of polished 5 spoke billet wheels to replace the Saleen reps.
No! None of that yet.
Disconnect tube from throttle body and drive the car a bit while datalogging, get some wot pulls. Then from there I can interpolate the needed fuel load under boost, much safer way to go about this.
I'm thinking he wants some of the boost to go to atmosphere to get the VE in ball park slowly and safely. It's what he recommended to me as well. I held the bypass open which net me about 4 psi instead of 8-11 psi at WOT