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Your turbos still spiking.....is it still set low from unisettings?
Im Not sure what to say about them logs...mine drops on boost not off boost...lol, as soon as the turbo spools the temps drop very quickly
Nice Air flow, for a stage 1 you cant argue with that....
 
This whole setup was about £200 all in. Cutting the bumper is a pain in the **** but 99% of fmic installs need a little bit of trimming. I think that if the core had smaller ins/outs between 50-55mm it would have been a lot easier to get the bumper and trim on. I only used 63mm because the standard smics use 63mm.
You even have to trim when you buy the 2nd mortgage forge IC
 
What wer your temps before mate? How does it feel to drive, can you tell any difference?

Temps were a good 5 degrees higher before and the heat of the inlet mani after a run was quite noticeable. I only did a quick 20 min blast but the car does feel stronger.

Your turbos still spiking.....is it still set low from unisettings?
Im Not sure what to say about them logs...mine drops on boost not off boost...lol, as soon as the turbo spools the temps drop very quickly
Nice Air flow, for a stage 1 you cant argue with that....

yeah load in uni settings is down at 90% to stop the turbo hitting 25psi it's holding around 17-19psi at the mo! Should get that all sorted at Bills next Friday.
The max heat in my log was at redline then it drops right back down to 24 degrees as soon as the heat pump is off boost. I don't know if that's right or not but my log before with the smic I was seeing nearly 40 degrees on full chat.
 
I've looked through the following list and I think I can set the AC screen to show AITs so I can check them without having the laptop constantly plugged it:

Press and hold the recirculation button. Then press the manual flow control up arrow. You should see a 1c. Press the temperature up ("+") or down ("-") buttons to select a code number. Then press the recirculation button again. The value should display. Press the temperature up or down button again to display another code.

NOTE: Air Flow Motor (V 71) and Potentiometer (G 113) are not installed in USA/Canada vehicles. Disregard values displayed for these components.


Code Displayed Value

1 System malfunction - displayed as a Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC), see chart below
2 Digital value of Interior Temperature Sensor, in Headliner (G 86)
3 Digital value of Interior Temperature Sensor, in Instrument Panel (G 56)
4 Digital value of Fresh Air Intake Duct Temperature Sensor (G 89)
5 Digital value of Outside Air (Ambient) Temperature Sensor (G 17), front
6 Digital value of Outside Air (Ambient) Temperature Sensor
7 Digital value of Ambient Temperature Sensor At Fresh Air Blower (G 109)
8 Digital value of Temperature Regulator Flap Motor Potentiometer (G 92)
9 Delta value of Temperature Regulator Flap
10 Non-corrected specified value of Temperature Regulator Flap
11 Digital value of Central Flap Motor Potentiometer (G 112)
12 Specified value of Central Flap
13 Digital value of Footwell/Defroster Flap Motor Potentiometer (G 114)
14 Specified value of Footwell/Defroster Flap
15 Digital value of Air Flow Flap Motor Potentiometer (G 113)
16 Specified value of Air Flow Flap
17 Vehicle Speed (km/h)
18 Actual Air Blower voltage (Volts)
19 Specified Fresh Air Blower voltage (Volts)
20 A/C Compressor (A/C Clutch) voltage (Volts)
21 Number of low voltage occurrences, non-transient
22 Cycle condition of A/C Refrigerant High Pressure Switch (F 118)
23 Cyclings of the A/C Refrigerant High Pressure Switch (F 118)
24 Cyclings of the switches, absolute non-fluctuating
25 Analog/Digital value, Kick-Down Switch
26 Analog/Digital value, Engine Coolant Temperature (ECT) Warning Light
27 Coding value
28 Engine Speed (RPM)
29 A/C Compressor speed in rpm (Equals Engine Speed x 1.28)
30 Software version
31 Display check (all segments of A/C Control Head display light up)
32 Potentiometer malfunction counter, Temperature Regulator Flap
33 Potentiometer malfunction counter, Central Flap
34 Potentiometer malfunction counter, Footwell/Defroster Flap
35 Potentiometer malfunction counter, Air Flow Map
36 Feedback value, cold end-stop, Temperature Regulator Flap Motor Potentiometer (G 92)
37 Feedback value, hot end-stop, Temperature Regulator Flap Motor Potentiometer (G 92), max. stop
38 Feedback value, cold end-stop, Central Flap Motor Potentiometer (G 112)
39 Feedback value, hot end-stop, Central Flap Motor Potentiometer (G 112)
40 Feedback value, cold end-stop, Footwell/Defroster Flap Motor Potentiometer (G114)
41 Feedback value, hot end-stop, Footwell/Defroster Flap Motor Potentiometer (G114)
42 Feedback value, cold end-stop, Air Flow Map Motor Potentiometer (G 113)
43 Feedback value, hot end-stop, Air Flow Map Motor Potentiometer (G 113)
44 Vehicle operation cycle counter
45 Calculated interior temperature (internal software, in digits)
46 Outside (ambient) temperature, filtered, for regulation (internal software)
47 Outside (ambient) temperature, unfiltered, (internal software, in deg C)
48 Outside (ambient) temperature, unfiltered, (in digits)
49 Malfunction counter for speedometer (vehicle speed) signal
50 Standing time (in minutes)
51 Engine Coolant Temperature (ECT) in deg C
52 Graphics channel 1 - A/C compressor switch-off conditions are identified by illuminated segments of the �88.8� display. See chart below.
53 Graphics channel 2 - Climate system electrical outputs are identified by illuminated segments of the �88.8� display. See chart below.
54 Control characteristics
55 Outside (ambient) temperature, in deg C or deg F depending on setting on A/C control head
56 Temperature in deg C, from Interior Temperature Sensor, in Headliner (G 86)
57 Temperature in deg C, from Interior Temperature Sensor, in Instrument Panel (G 56)
58 Temperature in deg C, from Fresh Air Intake Duct Temperature Sensor (G 89)
59 Temperature in deg C, from Outside Air (Ambient) Temperature Sensor (G 17), front
60 Temperature in deg C, from Ambient Temperature Sensor At Fresh Air Blower (G 109)
61 Software version (latest)
 
haha, and which of those codes are you thinking will show you IAT's Westy?

I'm 98% sure they're all aircon related codes, aside from engine speed, cooland temp, and vehicle speed.....
 
As Nick has said, all this lot is aircon related and nowt to do with IAT's... G89 is a sensor used near the pollen filter IIRC...

Thats why I have a Liquid gauge :D

<tuffty/>
 
no4 is the fresh air intake temp, as Paul said, near the pollen filter :(

Liquid logs IAT's on graphical form very nicely though, and you can freeze the graph at any point and take a photo to record results if you so wish.

it does the same for actual vs requested boost too, which is very handly.
 
no4 is the fresh air intake temp, as Paul said, near the pollen filter :(

Liquid logs IAT's on graphical form very nicely though, and you can freeze the graph at any point and take a photo to record results if you so wish.

it does the same for actual vs requested boost too, which is very handly.

Oh for gods sake. I suppose I'll have to drive round with the laptop then.
 
Large port
Frakenturbo
New wheels around this point + tyres
New oil filler assembly
Liquid gauge
ARBs
polybushes
LCR top mounts
New tyres
Another oil change
SEM for the craic???
 
Large port
Frakenturbo
New wheels around this point + tyres
New oil filler assembly
Liquid gauge
ARBs
polybushes
LCR top mounts
New tyres
Another oil change
SEM for the craic???

Well you'll definitely need a liquid guage then to keep an eye on your engine as it'll probably blow up fairly quickly ;)
 
Lol same old joke.... How are your rods, getting quite old aren't they ;)
 
nothing happening there at the mo, might aswell!
 
Please make something start happening Dane :p We got a lead today on a potential sale of something that could fund more shiney things!

/Hijack over
 
Well it's happened! Some pikey kids have nicked my audi dust caps for their bikes. If I find them I'll be removing their testicles!

The FMIC is also holding up quite well in today's heat but I think I have a slight boost leak somewhere as it feels like it's poising power after about 15PSI. I'll be nipping up all the clamps again.
 
Why didn't you get the ones with the little alan key for tightening them on?
 
That is cheeky, I got some with the alan key for £4.50 so not too bad and they can't get them off haha
 
Why didn't you get the ones with the little alan key for tightening them on?

I had a set of them once... the grubscrews rust and you can't get them out... fecked 2 valves in between tyre changes and gave up on them in the end... I used these due to pikey's pinching my previous set...

Black plastic caps FTW lol...

<tuffty/>
 
I say so it South African style.... 10000 volts through them. If anyone touches them - k bye..... lol.
 
I had a set of them once... the grubscrews rust and you can't get them out... fecked 2 valves in between tyre changes and gave up on them in the end... I used these due to pikey's pinching my previous set...

Black plastic caps FTW lol...

<tuffty/>

O dear I hope that doesn't happen on mine!
 
Guys,

Going to order up my birthday present today ;) Birthday isn't for 2 more weeks but I thought I'd get it before it goes. The question is, do I get GB badges or not???

Number plate:

S111 NPW
 
Guys,

Going to order up my birthday present today ;) Birthday isn't for 2 more weeks but I thought I'd get it before it goes. The question is, do I get GB badges or not???

Number plate:

S111 NPW

Yes, Deffo GB badges. Plates look plain without them.
 
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