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I vant to have sexxy time with dat car..wow...moar pics please.

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Old 08-26-2010, 04:32 AM
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I hope I can answer all of your questions: the paint is what's called triple black, Unfortunately due to EPA regulations, no longer available in CA, I'll check the air temps next time I hook it up to my lap top. Our EFI management system is manufactured local, A well proven system that withstand the L A traffic, if the car is in stand still traffic and the manifold temp start to rise, the system will automatically retard itself or richen itself up to reduce temperature. It also have a dual map system, which allows you to switch between track and street, It is a stand along unit, programming is required.





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Old 08-26-2010, 08:23 AM
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Yes, please share more about that car.
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Car does look good, but with all due respect you are clearly selling the ECU's, so you would say they were great.
I guess what we would need to see are some actual results, performance data with some logs showing afr's, boost, ignition, cht's, egt's etc etc... This is an advert after all, so give us some proper data
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Great looking machine!!!

And yes- info, info, info, would greatly benefit ALL pelicans.

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I hope I can answer all of your questions: the paint is what's called triple black, Unfortunately due to EPA regulations, no longer available in CA, I'll check the air temps next time I hook it up to my lap top. Our EFI management system is manufactured local, A well proven system that withstand the L A traffic, if the car is in stand still traffic and the manifold temp start to rise, the system will automatically retard itself or richen itself up to reduce temperature.

Now there's a really obsolete technique, pre-emptively alleviating detonation without being certain of the need. Like switching into 4WD on a perfectly dry, highly tractive, roadbed because the forecast was for snow.

Most modern day engine control systems, ECUs, use currently available wideband (non-resonant) knock/ping sensors to know when to enrich the mixture and even on each cylinder individuallly.

You're well behind the times my friend, one might even say "below the power curve".


It also have a dual map system, which allows you to switch between track and street, It is a stand along unit, programming is required.





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Apologize in advance if this is not the case but the A/C compressor still being installed and several other cues tend me make me believe these pictures are photoshopped rather than an actual installation.

Hi guys,

I don't usually post here, but a couple of members thought this might be a fun project to share.

Twin turbos custom made to specs of the engine.
3.1 lit
extremely large cams
460 horses at the wheels on 10 lbs of boost




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Car does look good, but with all due respect you are clearly selling the ECU's, so you would say they were great.
I guess what we would need to see are some actual results, performance data with some logs showing afr's, boost, ignition, cht's, egt's etc etc... This is an advert after all, so give us some proper data
Sorry, didn't mean to sound like a salesman, just wanted to share all about this machine without writing a novel, but I will get you all specs about our ECU....and as for being below the power band, that can be a very long discussion. Because this car is pretty much personalized, most items were moved, lowered, or elevated at some point, the AC compressor doesn't look like it is in the right place, we milled the brackets to lowered it a little over an inch, and shortened the fuel rail for clearance, this was done to accommodate the motor of the retractable 996 wing that we grafted into an SC lid. There is no belt on the compressor yet, but the AC is charged, it is not really hot in the South bay, but the occupants of the 2 baby seats behind the roll bar need some comfort.


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geez, we got some conspiracy theorists in the thread.

It looks great to me
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geez, we got some conspiracy theorists in the thread.

It looks great to me

Where's the conspiracy? He's using the name Axoim, the ECU is a Axiom item, and his sig says the same... No problem there, but he's selling the ECU's and using this car as the tool. I'd like to see some proper data, wouldn't you?
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I was referring to the photoshop comments. I agree with you on the sales pitch
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Our EFI management system is manufactured local, A well proven system that withstand the L A traffic, if the car is in stand still traffic and the manifold temp start to rise, the system will automatically retard itself or richen itself up to reduce temperature. It also have a dual map system, which allows you to switch between track and street, It is a stand along unit, programming is required.
Nearly every half decent ECU made in the last decade has those features....
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Rudy.. glad you finally got that thing over here.. toldya it would be appreciated!

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Hi guys,
I don't usually post here, but a couple of members thought this might be a fun project to share.

Twin turbos custom made to specs of the engine.
3.1 lit
extremely large cams
460 horses at the wheels on 10 lbs of boost




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well the photos are photoshop but only playing with the color and contrast to enhance the dark tones and the blue. (im not saying any part was added to the car, i think its real and looks great!) Axiom, i personally like the dump pipes when they didnt cross over (saw them on your website) kind of like the 935s have.
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Interesting posts and comments..

You would be surprised at some of the work and craftsmanship up and down the coast through-out the Cali car culture. Just when you think you've seen it all or every rendition of the theme.. you stumble across something wilder.. just cause you ain't seen it on Pelican don't mean squat!

I've seen some of Axiom's work first hand.. and they've done a lot of work on many car seen here on Pelican.

Hey, I'm just say'n
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Hi guys,
I don't usually post here, but a couple of members thought this might be a fun project to share.

Twin turbos custom made to specs of the engine.
3.1 lit
extremely large cams
460 horses at the wheels on 10 lbs of boost
Rudy,

So is that one of T Miller's motors, Turbo Steve, or UFO ? Or am I shoot'n blanks?

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Interesting posts and comments..

You would be surprised at some of the work and craftsmanship up and down the coast through-out the Cali car culture. Just when you think you've seen it all or every rendition of the theme.. you stumble across something wilder.. just cause you ain't seen it on Pelican don't mean squat!

I've seen some of Axiom's work first hand.. and they've done a lot of work on many car seen here on Pelican.

Hey, I'm just say'n
EXACTLY ! For every cool car on the interweb there is a dozen that are not. Negative reactions and people calling bulls**t on them is what keeps them away.
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Rudy,

So is that one of T Miller's motors, Turbo Steve, or UFO ? Or am I shoot'n blanks?

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