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Re: Building a 400bhp+ 2.5 ltr 944 Turbo 2020/05/30 21:50:02 (permalink)
I would agree with its current tune, top end still needs a session with Wayne and the ignition retarded further..that requires me to swich those jumpers to their appropiate settings...for now I'm happy to have the tune at it's safest setting...don't ask how many degrees the ignition is currently allowed to retard as if I was ever told  I just can't remember. IIRC, the data sheet John provided states slight, more and most aggressive ignition setting, I'm on the first.

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Re: Building a 400bhp+ 2.5 ltr 944 Turbo 2020/06/02 09:55:39 (permalink)
hey guys
 
Thought that I would share this, it's the Vitesse jumper settings which I was talking about in my last post. This is the short version chart, there's also a more detailed list for each setting and the various built-in safety factors of John's system. He also gives instances when to change FQS settings and gives details of a built-in warning system which comes into play if a fault is detected on the MAP sensor. there are a number of details about limp modes which come into play for safety plus a lot more info.

IIRC my car is currently set for image 4
 
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Re: Building a 400bhp+ 2.5 ltr 944 Turbo 2020/06/04 11:14:54 (permalink)
Looking really good Pete  it's especially nice to see you have new fuel lines above that exhaust manifold. Once Wayne works his magic it'd going to be awesome, I look forward to seeing the charts

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Re: Building a 400bhp+ 2.5 ltr 944 Turbo 2020/06/04 12:01:13 (permalink)
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Looking really good Pete  it's especially nice to see you have new fuel lines above that exhaust manifold. Once Wayne works his magic it'd going to be awesome, I look forward to seeing the charts


Thank's Paul
 
I look forward to it too, just need to be able to afford it...:( Yes the new fuel lines were a must, the pressurised lines were in good shape as was the return although I had only just changed that as the outer layer was cracked. I didn't know that Richard was going to do this, guess he was also a little concerned. I was sorry to hear of your experience in this department, hope you get another 944/951....:)
 
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