We had a huge dsm/evo race this past weekend and we were getting a few of our cars ready so I flew in my good friend Jason Siebels from pro efi. While he was here we installed the pro efi on my 2011 to try a few things.
The car is running on alpha 9 turbos and e85
We didn't spend much time on it due to other things we needed to get done on the race car but we were able to get a solid base tune on the car after a few street pulls.
Being the car is on lc3 we tried to find an easy way to work around it. We were able to make the car launch MUCH harder than standard lc3 but we are still limited with vdc on so the throttles would slam shut shortly after a launch We started working around that by taking control of the throttles but that added a whole new list of problems so being that we were limited on time we just reverted back to oem throttle control.
At the track between rounds I made a few passes in the GTR.
1st pass 1.52 60ft !! unfortunately we had the timing very low on the first pass so it only went 10.2 at 138
2nd pass more timing and it was enough to turn traction control on so the run was aborted
3rd pass We softened the hit way up to avoid losing another run and it went like this
We had a dyno day scheduled for the next day so we did not push the car very hard. We were able to make around 40-50 more hp and tq throughout the entire rpm range.
As soon as the guys at cobb can give us vdc off launches I will take the car back to the track to see how far I can push the stock rim and tire combo. I love having the car look totally stock.