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> MS2 and my experience
mb911
post Jul 9 2024, 12:18 PM
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So I have been fortunate enough to cross paths with Jamie Novak and he has helped me buy, install, setup, and tune my project all the way from Texas over the past year and a half. I used MS2, bmw long tip 20lb injectors, MFI heads and adapters, AEM AFR gauge and setup and an old laptop. I have been learning and messing up and then learning over the last few months on how to tune. Finally found enough time to get serious over the last few days. Did a warmup/enrichment auto tune yesterday and then a warmed up auto tune today. Man the car runs amazing as of now. Still some tuning to do but it is already very easy to start, rock solid idle, great on a full range pull through multiple gears. And yes Webers with a stock air filters are my throttle bodies with NO TPS. I am amazed at how well it ran today with humidity very high it performed much better than previously when I supplied fuel to the carbs. Very happy so far. Learning, easy starting when cold or hot, not smelling like fuel are really a plus.
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post Jul 9 2024, 03:06 PM
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All right Ben, this is good to hear

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post Jul 9 2024, 05:24 PM
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Been watching that build. Glad it’s finally running and tuning well!
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post Jul 9 2024, 05:49 PM
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QUOTE(Superhawk996 @ Jul 9 2024, 03:24 PM) *

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Been watching that build. Glad it’s finally running and tuning well!



It really was simple mistakes I was making. Basically auto tuning before it was warmed above 140 degrees
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