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Re: FS: 1987 Jdm Galant VR4-Rhd (Fully Built/Restored)


citymunky
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733/2000
1505/2000
923/2000
832/2000


Galant VR-4 org Post #: 1240211 posted 10/28/17 03:15 AM     Remind Me!  Send Private Message   Edit Post      
Nice car, however is it me or the rear seats not level?. I only ask because I have X front in my galant and i'm looking for the rears.



1990 MMC GVR-4
733/2000 (R.I.P. TurboRen) Sold.
1505/2000 (Loves strippers) Sold.
832/2000 (parts car) R.I.P.
923/2000 (my 1st) R.I.P.


Edited by citymunky (10/28/17 03:20 AM)

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Mike917
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Galant VR-4 org Post #: 1240221 posted 10/28/17 09:45 PM     Remind Me!  Send Private Message   Edit Post      
I sat in the back seat they did angle back and didnt fit perfect but were still comfortable. Almost made it like a bucket seat feel.

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transparentdsm
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138/2000


Galant VR-4 org Post #: 1240222 posted 10/29/17 11:21 AM     Remind Me!  Send Private Message   Edit Post      
Quoting citymunky:

Nice car, however is it me or the rear seats not level?. I only ask because I have X front in my galant and i'm looking for the rears.





Not to high-jack the thread, but go to page 2 of tech dis. and look a few post down. i did a write up on it a few months back when I put them in my car.



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Galant VR-4 org Post #: 1240306 posted 11/02/17 10:07 AM     Remind Me!  Send Private Message   Edit Post      
Mike, I've said my piece and I'm not going to argue with you at further... heck I've spent hours on hours doing so Already with no end it sight. Posting my ECM link file however that I paid for is not cool. This is not yours to share. But likely you will post or send to others anyways and show your true colors. The things you've said about my car were not polite nor true. Receipts all have proper time stamps /dates. Heck most of them even say Galant VR4. And your conspiracy theory about receipts being for my 1g? I have not owned a 1g for 7 years. So how are receipts from 2013 l/14 for that car? Again more of the same. The statement about me contacting a friend to write a nice review.... I've met G one time in my life. When he came to look at my car. I can't and will not continue to banter with you. I've already exhausted enough time and resources. Sorry the car was not for you but it looks like you are officially "making it impossible for me to sell my car" I can only hope that others will see through the shenanigans. As I said before I still wish you the best of luck in finding the right car for you.

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GSTwithPSI
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820/1000
1837/2000



Galant VR-4 org Post #: 1240312 posted 11/02/17 12:38 PM     Remind Me!  Send Private Message   Edit Post      
Quoting v1rginevo9:

Posting my ECM link file however that I paid for is not cool. This is not yours to share. But likely you will post or send to others anyways and show your true colors.




If you owned Boostin Performance's Red Demon, I could understand your sentiment. However, your statement here kinda makes it seem like you're afraid of what the logs will reveal? Believe me, the only one who stands to gain anything from your logs is the person who buys your car. Nobody else is taking the tune you paid for and plugging it into their car for magical performance gains. That's not how this works, and I assume based on the ASE credentials you gave, you certainly know that.

What your log will show, to a very close degree, is how much power the car is making. Without the dyno sheet to back your numbers in the ad, that's a fair piece of data to share here, no?

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GSTwithPSI
A hole
820/1000
1837/2000



Galant VR-4 org Post #: 1240377 posted 11/06/17 12:44 AM     Remind Me!  Send Private Message   Edit Post   
Log #1: click

Log # 2: click

Seems to me whoever tuned the car wasn't terribly familiar with ECMlink. From what little data is viewable, the tune seems decent overall, but I doubt the car is making the power advertised. Airflow suggests the power potential is there, but target AFR, timing and the SD table indicate the numbers could be skewed, especially where the SD table is configured over 100% VE. The main issues I see are:

1) Whoever configured the car didn't bother to set up the PC side for datalogging the SD sensors. As a result, you can't see boost level or actual air fuel ratio (MAP and wideband are not being logged). Additionally, the car doesn't look like it even has an IAT sensor. If it does, it's not configured or working per ECMlink. Based on the sensors not being logged, I'd say whoever tuned the car probably did so on the dyno using the dyno's integrated wideband. So, you can't tell if target and actual AFR are tracking one another from the logs above.

2) Target AFR is set pretty rich for an E85 car. The target on this car is ~11.0:1. Everyone has a preference, but personally I tune toward being about a point richer (12.0:1). Making big power on such a rich tune and small turbo seems unlikely, but could be possible.

3) Can't comment on whether the base fuel settings are in spec or not without knowing the base fuel pressure. Without an AFPR, I suppose it's moot anyways, but if the wideband was logging, that would at least give the user an idea as to how global is working out.

4) Timing is set fairly conservative (~9*-14* peak + whatever is being added via the timing adjustments table). Somebody added timing in the timing adjustments table in the ECUconfig, which again to me, would suggest whoever tuned the car didn't know ECMlink very well. These tables should only be used to make adjustments on the fly (for example, between pulls) when dialing in the tune. Once you get the tune dialed in, these tables should be zeroed out, and permanent changes to the timing and fuel DA tables should be made.

The pulls look fairly clean going by what data is there, but it's hard to tell. Overall the tune needs a decent amount of cleanup done.

OP, or potential buyer, I'd be happy to provide some config files and feedback on the tune if you'd like. All you'd need to do is assign the SD sensors on the PC side to enable logging, and provide a 3rd gear pull. Additionally, I'd need the data outlined here: click

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