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Old 11-27-2010, 09:58 PM   #31
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You mean you were 3 mins away from where I work on Bill's dyno and you didn't call me?
I`m going to dyno again in March.
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Old 11-27-2010, 11:00 PM   #32
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I`m going to dyno again in March.
Sweet I am close by if you need a hand.
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Old 11-29-2010, 07:50 PM   #33
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Should be dynoing my new bullet this weekend, will get a good handle on the tune with the plain hooch then get jiggy with the M5...............
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Old 11-29-2010, 08:06 PM   #34
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Let us know what it does for ya
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Old 11-29-2010, 09:15 PM   #35
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With the little motor I didnt see much difference, but after getting the injection stuff flowed I now know why lol.
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Old 12-12-2010, 10:08 AM   #36
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what about the M-3?Going to a Pro-System alcohol carb next year and need all the help I can get with the tune up.Would the M-3 be better than the M-1?.Thanks
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Old 12-12-2010, 11:50 AM   #37
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I saw no et or mph difference going from plain alky to M3. M3 did seem to have a little more tolerable "smell" than the plain hooch. If you want the power use M5, the "intolerable" smell is half the fun, and considering that M3 and M5 cost damn near the same I see no reason to pop for the expensive stuff with no gains.


As far as testing the fuels on the dyno with the new motor, we never got to try M5 due to the fact my new bullet on plain meth was too much for his dyno lol. I hope he got a good deal on some dyno upgrades this week at PRI and we get to give it another shot...otherwise its getting tuned in the car. I did get him to flow my Ron's fuel system and now we know why I could not seem to tune it before...............pills and nozzles are all over the place on flow.
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Thanks,,,,,,,,,,,Dartwizer
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Old 12-13-2010, 01:13 PM   #39
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I saw no et or mph difference going from plain alky to M3. M3 did seem to have a little more tolerable "smell" than the plain hooch. If you want the power use M5, the "intolerable" smell is half the fun, and considering that M3 and M5 cost damn near the same I see no reason to pop for the expensive stuff with no gains.


As far as testing the fuels on the dyno with the new motor, we never got to try M5 due to the fact my new bullet on plain meth was too much for his dyno lol. I hope he got a good deal on some dyno upgrades this week at PRI and we get to give it another shot...otherwise its getting tuned in the car. I did get him to flow my Ron's fuel system and now we know why I could not seem to tune it before...............pills and nozzles are all over the place on flow.
I have a friend that had the same experience with his Ron's terminator.
They dynoed the motor when he freshened it up and he was wayyy off with his original setup.

Made some changes and it picked up quite a bit.
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Old 12-13-2010, 01:59 PM   #40
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We made a partial pull with the same tuneup the old combo had and its still way fat lol. Ron's stuff is good, they just need to flow their pills and nozzels instead of drilling a hole and calling it good. I had two .090 pills that flowed over .050 @ 30#'s apart.
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We made a partial pull with the same tuneup the old combo had and its still way fat lol. Ron's stuff is good, they just need to flow their pills and nozzels instead of drilling a hole and calling it good. I had two .090 pills that flowed over .050 @ 30#'s apart.
I think his was the opposite.......way lean
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You can contact KillerRon's for system changes needed to run M5
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You can contact KillerRon's for system changes needed to run M5
Should add that help and informatin available for Ron's Toilet or Terminator users. Not carbs...
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We made a partial pull with the same tuneup the old combo had and its still way fat lol. Ron's stuff is good, they just need to flow their pills and nozzels instead of drilling a hole and calling it good. I had two .090 pills that flowed over .050 @ 30#'s apart.
My number one thing whenever guys ask me about MFI is I tell them nozzles, pills and pump need to be flow tested. I can not tell you how many nozzles I have check in my crude flow test and found them so far out it is not funny.
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how is the m3 with efi.have 522 f3r139 bs3 160# and 550#injectors.what kind of maintaine is going to be requierd in the fuel system
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