4psi Ka24e-t pulls

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90Ka24et
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4psi Ka24e-t pulls

Post by 90Ka24et » Tue Jan 14, 2014 11:40 pm

Hey dudes haven't been on here in forever but I decided I would give some updates on my build. Setup remains the same
http://www.ka-t.org/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=57654

I've got some idle issues that I can't seem to figure out but I am working on it other than that the car drives perfect. I just need to up the boost whenever I feel comfortable :twisted:

This was tonight I was on my way to my secret spot to do a 0-105 pull and on the way a new 5.0 followed me on the interstate. He was about a car ahead and doing about 65 I seen him try to take off and I decided to try my luck. To my surprise I caught up and pulled him until I decided to slow down at 100. Whipped out the camera hoping he would go again but he took off and never slowed back down so I got to my spot and decided to do my first dig now that the cars broken in. Got a little sideways through 1st and 2nd so the camera kind of took off.

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=78 ... =2&theater

This was a few days back when I was having lean afr issues in boost and started to tinker with it but babied it.

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=78 ... =2&theater

No idea what numbers I am putting down on 4 psi but I have a 10 psi spring waiting to go in as soon as I figure out why my idle is rough after the car is warm. Jumps anywhere from 400-1200 at times.

signals13
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Re: 4psi Ka24e-t pulls

Post by signals13 » Mon Jan 20, 2014 9:07 am

Nice videos but you need a camera mount now lol sounds like a really healthy motor.

niceguy
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Re: 4psi Ka24e-t pulls

Post by niceguy » Mon Feb 10, 2014 4:27 pm

To me that's cool seeing a low boost setup...I'm no expert but I'd guess around 180-190whp or so and it's amazing how few psi it takes to make the KA a really fun motor!

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