You should easily be in the 3s on full E85 60-100. Sub 8s might be tough though.
What dsg tune do you have? I have eurodyne and Matt sent me a file to raise redline but something with my stg3 eurodyne tcu tune isn't letting it rev out in manual modeI can agree with that. Just knew I would be able to eliminate that if I had any issues after getting the turbo installed. Between my installs and the shop I used for the turbo, everything is dialed.
Currently on 91oct, 26psi and 5 degrees of timing. Runs like a full tilt 93oct IS38 file based on my 60-100 times. And I am happy with that as it is just a winter tune file. I can run 93 and bump the timing slider as well.
Time for the full e85 tune. Goal is low 4s 60-100 full weight, and sub-8s 60-130. Might not be doable full weight, but I can sure try. If I can get a raised rev limit DSG file, I will be able to hit 100mph in 3rd by 7100 rpm or so.
What dsg tune do you have? I have eurodyne and Matt sent me a file to raise redline but something with my stg3 eurodyne tcu tune isn't letting it rev out in manual mode
Aren't there other people on the eurodyne stage 3 dsg tune revving to 7800? I thought something was wrong with my tcu or something. When I messaged him about it, he said the stg3 file does not allow custom shift points like that but putting it in manual should let you rev out. There wasn't really any solution that came from our conversation. Mine sometimes in S mode on a hard launch will rev to 7500 but that's only 1st to 2nd
can you elaborate on the different siphon system you are planning on usingFollow up on this pump and tuning. I attached a link to a 4th gear log that was done slightly below a half of a tank. Currently running e65, 31psi of boost, and 12 degrees of timing. LPFP duty is hitting 80% per the log and fuel pressure drops from 8.2Bar to 7.3Bar (119psi to 105psi). Still have headroom to turn up duty.
Also, siphon/feed issues hit right at 1/4 tank or lower. No pulls above 3rd gear below 3/8 of a tank and definitely none below a 1/4 tank. I do have parts ordered to provide a second (and drastically better) siphon
to the tank (stock is still used).