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Are you guys running knock sensors like J and S safeguard?
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Are you guys running knock sensors like J and S safeguard?


I will be. I was completely disenchanted by the knock control on the Tec3r.


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Just wondering why you are using TEC as opposed to MS3Pro or AEM? I don't have first hand experience but from I've read the TEC3R seems antiquated compared to MS3Pro or AEM Infinity. Are you going to run rear mount or side mount turbos?
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Just wondering why you are using TEC as opposed to MS3Pro or AEM? I don't have first hand experience but from I've read the TEC3R seems antiquated compared to MS3Pro or AEM Infinity. Are you going to run rear mount or side mount turbos?


To that point, I am in the process of replacing my Tec3r with a FrankenCIS, which is MicroSquirt based.


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Just wondering why you are using TEC as opposed to MS3Pro or AEM? I don't have first hand experience but from I've read the TEC3R seems antiquated compared to MS3Pro or AEM Infinity. Are you going to run rear mount or side mount turbos?
I agree, no reason to use the tec3r, unless thats all his tuner knows how to tune.
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Yeah not changing out tech3r but appreciate everyone's input. Just got the cam nut crows foot and holder so I can get it torn down. Should have videoed the first crow foot breaking into 2 pieces ugh!! This will be a fun build!!!
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Tec3r works. No frills, no worries.


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I'm going rear mounted turbos and a full top intercooler. Frills not really needed so much it's just ease of control with simplicity.
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Motor apart finally. Machine shop tomorrow
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Intercooler & exhaust.

The intercooler fits within a standard factory rear wing.




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8.5 is HUGE compression for an air cooled 911 turbo without knock control. Even a 993 turbo only ran 9.2:1. These cars arenít Evo Xs or STIs. You need to design the engine correctly or youíll melt something.
Published CR was 8.0:1 on the 993T.
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Where is the AC compressor?
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Where is the AC compressor?
It's all electric, and fits in the smuggler's box.
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Need cool air? Roll down your windows and open the sunroof!

Rear mount turbos + A/C compressor is usually a no-go, or you end up with funky looking non-symmetrical charge pipes from the turbos to intercooler. Or a single charge pipe into the intercooler.
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Need cool air? Roll down your windows and open the sunroof!
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That looks sweet. How loud is it? Can that same setup be used with heat exchangers for heat?

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Said the guy from Phoenix.
Get tough or die. ;-)
Many years driving in 106F+ in roadsters with no A/C.

Again, it's easier to do A/C and have a symmetrical-looking system if the turbos are side-mounted ala 993T.

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That looks sweet. How loud is it? Can that same setup be used with heat exchangers for heat?
Loud for the people behind you!
Surprisingly not loud inside the car as there's no exhaust length of consequence for there to be any resonance. Also, it immediately exits the car instead of being behind the valence where sound can echo back to you.

Yes, can be done with heat exchangers for fully functional heat & defrost.
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plus you cant hear anything anyways since the windows are down because you are driving in 106 weather with no AC. lol
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Hi Chris what are the 3 sensors in the exhaust for and do you keep the water cooling ports on the turbos open ..
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Hi Chris what are the 3 sensors in the exhaust for and do you keep the water cooling ports on the turbos open ..
Hi Paul, they are Lambda sensors.
The engine management has 2 sensors, 1x per bank.
The customer also wanted an analog air:fuel ratio gauge which wouldn't interface with the data output from the AEM, so a 3rd sensor was added.
Yes, the water ports are open. Any coolant is only beneficial after the engine is shut off, to fight heat soak,. On these cars that means having to build an entire secondary cooling circuit that can continue to circulate fluid post shut-off -- and in our experience, really not necessary.
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