You will see later in the thread the virtual wind tunnel study of the air dam extension as a proof of concept. The extension design is supposed to do 2 things. 1. Reduce undercarriage air resistance and 2. Provide vortex past front wheels.
I have driven one 218 mile loop with it.
I am in the process of putting "Melow Yellow" back on the road after a few years in storage with the occasional drive.
My car in a 94 VR4 which I have owned from new. It has 134,000 miles and had a very comprehensive go through at 120,000 miles (120K service + new oil and water pumps, new A/C...
I made a post about this last week in general that sparked some interesting discussion, but it was never intended to be a case study/searchable resource... More of a "woot, look what I found" thread.. That thread can be found here...
I’m in the process of setting up an infinity for my vr4. Any that has done this or can confirm:
engine displacement: 181
Ignition type: wasted spark
Injection type: sequential or semi-sequential?
Airflow Calvert method: VE?
Main spark map load axis: ?
VE Table Load axis: ?
Is this still of any interest to anyone? What value would one place on having the factory ROMs for non-99 programmable ECUs?
I know a few of you would like the ability to see the original fuel maps, which may aid in tuning. I feel like a lot of "advanced" owners are well beyond that by already...
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