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  1. Stance944

    Detonating at 3000 rpm

    Can someone point me in the right direction. I have installed a vipec i88 on a Porsche 944 turbo. it is 4 cyl 2.5lt running sequential ignition with LS2 truck coils and sequential injection. I have the ecu setup on model fuel equation. I am using a stock timing map and am starting to tune the fuel map. It runs fine in every gear until I hit 3000rpm. It is like a brick wall and will start to detonate. It will rev past 3000rpm fine in neutral. 3000rpm is when the turbo should really spool but again it is running fine building up to 5psi under 3000rpm. Im not sure what it is but am leaning towards ignition setup?? If anyone has any experience and can help me out, it would be much appreciated. Alastair
  2. blaine@carmenaperformance

    1989 Porsche 928 Coyote Swap

    Hi guys, We just completed the first that we know of Coyote Aluminator swap into a 1989 Porsche 928. For good measure a Whipple 2.9 supercharger was piled on top with a 20% overdrive pulley setup. The power is transmitted to the wheels via a Corvette Z06 transaxle and torque tube assembly with an oversized Driveshaft Shop driveshaft and upgraded axles. To control it all we chose the powerful Thunder ECU. We will also be running a form of boost control via supercharger bypass valve to keep the car under control in the first few gears. Once we get it to the dyno and tuned we are expecting around 800WHP at around 15 psi. Looking forward to playing a bit with this one. Blaine Carmena Carmena Performance
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