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About Rallitek's Perfect Power 6
Posted 21 September 2005 - 12:56 AM
im not sure what it is, but i know its not easily remedied or else it wouldnt be a problem.
does anyone else want to chime in here with some technical info? maybe we can get a plug and play adapter made with a group buy! ill paste the email here, so you can see if i left out anything that would require attention.
The PP6 will fit your application. You will be able to re-curve ignition,
scale for larger injectors, tune AFR....
The boost cut issue may require a boost cut defender or some other limit
switch. Do you know the exact operation of the boost cut. Is it a switch or
is it an analog voltage? If you have an ECU pinout I can make you a wiring
Sent: Tuesday, September 20, 2005 12:10 AM
Subject: perfect power 6
im emailing to find out if youve had any experience in using the perfect
power 6 on older subarus. i have an 89 gl-10 wagon with an ea82t. im looking
to do a turbo upgrade in the future, so im researching ecu/fuel control
upgrade options. my main concerns are the factory fuel cut issue (occurs at
15 psi) and tuning after injector upgrades. unfortunately, the aftermarket
for older gen subarus is quite small, so any ecu/piggyback product that will
suit our application is a godsend.
i know theres quite a few more people with similar cars and projects
interested in ecu upgrades.
Posted 21 September 2005 - 01:04 AM
Posted 21 September 2005 - 01:28 AM
I would have figured sean would have known about the fuel cut, he had an RX rally car at one time.
He managed to work it so the boost would go to 15 psi before a cut. No really.
If you think you sould be confused tuning a perfect power, it might not be for you.
Just this last weekend Sean tuned one for me in my 96 2.2 OBS, and it has big time more pull than it had. A lap top and a buddy and some experimentation with more or less fuel and or more or less timing and your car will be happier. Power wize and fuel economy wize.
Posted 21 September 2005 - 01:29 AM
On 85/86 models with the flapper style MAF, the fuel cut is controlled by a boost-activated switch.
On 87 and later models with the hot wire MAF, the fuel cut is triggered when the MAF reading (voltage) goes above a certain level.
Hope this helps.
Posted 21 September 2005 - 01:35 AM
dude just get any standalone/piggy back/superafc and wire it up. if you don't want to work for it, then why have rewards? :-\ I would have figured sean would have known about the fuel cut, he had an RX rally car at one time.
im just wary of putting the MS stuff together... or even if i got a complete unit, i still have to source the DIS and find one of those fancy pulleys.
...and then having to tune it.
Posted 22 September 2005 - 01:22 AM
Posted 22 September 2005 - 11:44 AM
Also, this is a sincere question not something to diprove it working on a GL or not. If it works on a GL why would 89 be the cut? Is there a big difference between the 88 or 87 and the 89? I didn't think there was but I could be wrong.
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