You can do whatever you want. I only go to Dumont about 14 times a season so I may not understand how things work out there. I did notice in the short video you posted that you were the only be that went right and that a quad in your first run veered right to stay out of your way. I was just stating a fact for safety reasons. Trails don't have signs on blind turns but smart people follow the unwritten rules and slow down through them. I'm starting to understand why blow dryers have tags that say don't use in the tub. Sometimes the obvious isn't so obvious I guess. Do what you do. Wasn't trying to start an issue.This isn't NASCAR guys. You can turn right, I thought. I did see a wreck bc a sand rail actually turned left. He was racing another and his car shut down just as another $150k sand rail tried to play catch up. He couldn't stop in time and hit the other in the side. He only popped his bead but you could tell he was pissed. I would venture to guess the majority of the wrecks out at the hill have alcohol involved. I don't drink and drive or ride.
It was time to stop spending lol.....Get yourself a Vipec and add a few sensors..Well power is one thing. Safe power and overall throttle response/fuel mapping is another. While my car may make decent numbers it's not likely that is anywhere near as safe as far as a tune goes, and it's not likely that my set up has as clean of a map as you guys likely have with your swaps. From my point of view your ecu and sensor set up is what we've all been waiting for. Having an active knock sensor, IAT sensor and an ecu reacting to their input by pulling timing and or boost when needed is the right way to turbo. My set up runs off tps until it's in boost. It works but it's not very capable of all throttle/vacuum/ boost scenarios. You guys really have a good set up going on there, beyond just hp numbers.
Couldn't get me to reply with your post that only agreed with my experience so you have to comment on only turning left at the top. Your so clever ! Grow up. Some who know you may be entertained by you childish antics but most aren't. Like I said, do what you do. My original post complimented your car and said "not to pick" but you just can't help yourself. Enjoy being an entitled douche. It suits you. Post what you want but I'm done on this thread.That will bring your engine temps down to normal. Since it started to pop on the 2nd run could an engine that gets too hot cause detonation? It ran clean on the 1st run at the hill, turning left at the top of course.