So I'm sending in the spare 02 ecu for a reflash for Sylvie. Shes got the qr20 still, and will probably get a new head gasket soon some springs and retainers and S1 cams.
Also have lightweight pulleys, cold air intake, Knock off Nismo header, 9.9lb flywheel w/ stage three clutch, I will be installing the jwt bsr I have lying around, and can put on an ATI damper if needed.
Looking for opinions on the reeflash for the revlimiter option jwt / nisformance offers.
Should I play it safe and do 7200, aim for a 7500 with room to tune, or just go bor broke @ 8k.
This is mostly daily driving, and will tune on SAFCII with 91 octane.
I was thinking when we get on the track, having the ability to Revv out might help in transisions or staying in the gear longer, etc. Just want the tunability as well since I have no idea what kind of power the qr20 will out out.
which is why I recommend the 7500, the extra 300 rpm will make a difference when you need stay in the throttle longer than normal for certain instances. 800 extra will be useful but not at the loss of power that high above the recommended rpm of the cams.
Agreed. All motor stage 3 will be an on/off switch. Why dont you run 93 octane? And you will not make power past 7200. Its just a much better fit especially with the S1's in combination imo. Trust the tried, tested, and true.
Finally got my race TDMI coilovers installed. I will wait to put more miles on before final review (especially at the track).
I love the 10k swift springs. Ride smooth yet firm when pushed. Actually not much different than Nismo until you hit a bigger bump, you will feel the increase in firmness and rigidity. I'm sure at the limit, there will be increase in handling due to Nismo being progressive vs Swift linear.
Brake brackets didn't fit lines
Rear shocks are bigger in diameter than stock or Nismo. Had to modify my Nismo/2j rsbbracket.
Before with Nismo S-tune/KYB black replacements (notice front wheel gap):