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Old 07-06-2006, 10:40 PM   #1
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Alright, here's the question that I've posted probably a million times. BUT - I'm a bit more turbo savvy now. So here goes.

From what I can tell there are 2 different FI setups for the Ti, the Mosselman turbo and the DASC. The DASC runs a whopping 7.5 lbs. of boost, whereas the turbo runs even less.

Compared to other cars this seems ridiculously low!

So. . . why aren't people running different injectors to match the airflow and keep from running way too lean and a piggyback to control A/F ratios?

Ugh - I was SO going to look at a WRX tomorrow until I checked trade in on the Ti!!! It looks like I'll be keeping it after all and putting the Talon back together as planned 2 months ago.
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If you have the m44 you can get the NickG stage 3 DASC kit and bump the boost up to 10psi, complete with a tuned chip, pulley, etc... No need for a piggy back controller.

If you have the m42 you can always run the dasc with a euro HFM upgrade and a piggy back controller. Doesn't seem to be that common in the Ti's, one member here that I know of, but you do see it on the e30 m42 cars.

Also check out the scrivner engineering supercharger thread. I would imagine that the stage 2 and especially stage 3 are in excess of 10psi. Again with custom tuned ECU.
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The reason most people don't push more boost is the 10:1 compression and cast internals (three cheers for the ultimate driving machine).

As for the Talon, I hope it's atleast the motor is a 1st gen. Good luck with it.
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As for the Talon, I hope it's atleast the motor is a 1st gen. Good luck with it.
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Agh Yes , dsm's sure do know about crank walk! +1
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only the m44 has cast internals
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only the m44 has cast internals
but they both have high compression.
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