Tort's 1g Talon 2.0L BWs362ett 36psi dyno run5 671 AWHP

10/31/09 Dynojet, run 5 Ross/eagle 2.0, SS valves/ dual springs/BC280s JMF drag SMIM w/stock TB and 2.5" pipes Garrett 3.8" thick FMIC BW S362 .85 div. T3 w/JMF mani ECMlink V3 speed density w/AEM 5 bar FN01RC wheels w/Nitto 245/50 DRs PTT twin disc w/built trans/4 spider full 3" Exhaust FIC 1650s/easytune/twintank 255s/-8 line 36.2psi logged by the MAP sensor Revving to 9k rpm

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easytune1750 hires
Sample set of FIC BlueMax 1750s running with FIC's Easy Tune signal Booster. This test was done with 93 octane gasoline on a 1995 Eagle Talon with HKS 272 cams running ECMLink V3 for engine management and using ECMLink's GM MAF integration cable. This test was done using a beta ECMLink feature to individually adjust deadtime per cylinder. This helps smooth the idle nicely as you can see. The Easy Tune signal Booster helps tremendously. Without this, the car will technically idle, but not nearly as well. Combine Easy Tune with ECMLink's individual deadtime control and the car idles absolutely beautifully. Driveability is terrific, throttle response is great and I've got more fuel than I'll ever need on my little EVO3 16G turbo. :)

dyno day 10-31-09
Torts DSM rolling on the Dyno dialing in the winter mix of E85 (e70) I think this run put him around 650awhp

My 93 Eagle Talon first start
Starting my 1993 Eagle Talon for the first time in 3 years and after many modifications. I know, I know. Shes not turbo! Dont' break my balls about it I KNOW! Check it out on Car Domain and leave me some comments, thanks.

Tuning 101 - tuning with the car off
How to set idle stopper, TPS sensor, and throttle linkage. These are conditions that need to be set properly prior to adjusting your idle, fuel, timing or before addressing drivability issues. If these items are out-of-range prior to changing other variables, changing them later will throw off everything else. It's important to do these things first. Boost leak testing is covered in another video. It's critical to get Boost, vacuum, and Exhaust leaks under control before establishing your baseline tune. Links to the Boost leak testing video are in this video.