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Old 05-01-2018, 02:53 AM   #436
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Great looking car! I'm looking to go with a RHD itb setup on my touring, but it would be a DD. How's the driveability? Is it doable to keep the afr's right at low revs/ low load? I'm a little worried about turning it into a fuel dumping on/off switch.

Wouldn't mind some more engine bay shots, thing looks killer!
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Old 05-03-2018, 09:50 AM   #437
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Great looking car! I'm looking to go with a RHD itb setup on my touring, but it would be a DD. How's the driveability? Is it doable to keep the afr's right at low revs/ low load? I'm a little worried about turning it into a fuel dumping on/off switch.

Wouldn't mind some more engine bay shots, thing looks killer!
Driveability is fine, even on alpha-n. I think there are probably some spots in the map where I'm used to the car and things could be improved, but overall very manageable on the street.

You could go MAP too for better correction, but the calibration will take more time. With an otherwise stock longblock, it just isn't crazy enough to have poor street manners.

Thanks for the kind words, I need to get it out more. Still trying to find a set of seats
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