Another shop had "tuned" it but it was running very poorly and could not get over 16psi with out breaking up and just over all running bad. Bad idle that is high, then low, then surges up and down, etc etc.
I will spend some time on it later, building a new map from scratch of course, I never trust another shops map and won't build off of it cause you never know what small detail you will miss on one of the buried graphs etc. But like looking into what was "tuned" at this point and why it may be running poorly.
But here is what I found in 5 minutes looking at it.
91VR4-3.0L-Stock heads and Cams-835AWHP 747AWTQ Daily Driver 10.31@142mph on street tires
SLTT-10.9 @ 142MPH Stock NA engine and NA heads/Cams
T4 AWD 9.21 @ 154.98 (Chris Hill Driver/Builder/Tuner Car Owned by 3SX)
T2 FWD 10.19 @ 140.31 (Chris Hill Driver/Builder/Tuner Car Owned by 3SX)
T4-159.23 MPH Ran on 6G72 3.1L! (Chris Hill Driver/Builder/Tuner Car Owned by 3SX)
T4-995AWHP Uncorrected 6G72 3.0L C16 (Chris Hill Driver/Builder/Tuner Car Owned by 3SX)
T2-820FWHP 3.1L 27psi C16 (Chris Hill Driver/Builder/Tuner Car Owned by 3SX)
Re: So a customer drops his car off for an AEM tune
sub'd for results!
1992 Kilder Green VR4 -First 4G swap in a 3S.
4g64 10:1, 2.4 long rod. 4g63 Head. Kelford 280/288. Kiggly HD springs. Kiggly HLA regulator. Cast stainless ERL T3 manifold. Cast 60mm HX40. BEP T3 housing. DSM 2g auto. Trans lab shift kit. Kiggly front clutches. AEM v2. FIC2150. Walbro 4xx. 4" side exit exhaust. 4" FMIC. Chromoly front crossmember. DSM manual steering rack.
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