As long as its not stage 3.
Those things bark like a drag car on steroids.
Did you test the G on a dyno? I would like to know what power it is currently making.
On my way to work this morning I thought about your G’s injection light coming on and suddenly the light went on in my ignorant head.
Those tuning boxes are set up for EU fuel so it will not be happy without octane boost.
Can not believe that it took me so long but then it’s probably the first time I actually thought about it.:lol:
What...the injection light comes on????? Woah. Is this going to stay on or can it be removed???does it cause the car to go into limp mode or does the error get logged and can Alfa see it when servicing the car?
My car will be here, modified and be on a dyno before Master P's lol...
Master P, dude, holla at you man at dutch...how much will he ask to build the DP for me.
It goes of.
My GTV do it as well at this stage between 6000 and 7000 rpm at 0.5bar boost but I know she is running a bit lean up there and to riche at lower rpm at 0.3bar so I am driving her slow until I can sort the fueling.A stock 3.0 will drill me at this stage. Ok maybe not since the 3.2 have to pick up its feet even when I nurse the pedal to keep the boost below 0.4bar.
The oe management is the best and safest way to turbo a car. Long before detonation it warns you that you better watch out something’s out of speck.:thumbs:
Never had this problem on customer’s cars, sorting fueling for them is easy. We just buy the needed parts.:lol:
I'll go first..... sorry, I have not got any decent pics of the 159 handy.....
Frost the 155 is just for you. I honestly wish I still had this.
I did not post the 147, 156 , and various Suds\Sprints up here but somewhere on this forum there will be a few pics around.
I have a 2006 GT 3.2 V6. It suddenly started to make a rattle noise after the car is warmed up and if the revs go over 2500rpm. There is is no noise when the car is cold. And nose is gone if revs are under 2500rpm. The rattle is more than a clicking sound.
Any help advice will be appreciated...