Yea up and running on a NOdiz!

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Yea up and running on a NOdiz!

Postby Stoxs » Sun Feb 23, 2014 10:40 pm

All up and running on my st170 powered 2lt oval racing hot rod.

missed the meeting today due to changing to Nodiz but 2 weeks time should be there laying the rubber down.

cheers for you assistance Matt

look forward to Part 2 of the upgrades!!

VVT control!

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Re: Yea up and running on a NOdiz!

Postby Matt@ME » Mon Feb 24, 2014 9:58 am

Great work Colin.... Looking forward to seeing the VVT up and running!

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Re: Yea up and running on a NOdiz!

Postby Stoxs » Mon Feb 24, 2014 1:55 pm

cheers Matt

will get some pics maybe even a video when i am next up the workshop.

certainly made the wiring alot tidyer and no unused wires flapping around.

I have zip tied Nodiz box to flat plate on steering column. Placed a piece of foam under it so nice and dry and shock proof.

Must say there is one or 2 spelling mistakes on the software! check the spelling of shiFt light! lol

cant wait for the VVT control!! then carb tune and we should fly!!

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Re: Yea up and running on a NOdiz!

Postby Stoxs » Tue Mar 11, 2014 11:32 pm

Made it out on the track on sunday.

Definiatlly much better performance from the car.

Now have broken propshaft bolts maybe due to the extra power!!

Not had chance yet to look into why they broke just hoping its not a diff failure!

Must say very pleased with basemap on No Diz , done very little adjustments to it.

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Re: Yea up and running on a NOdiz!

Postby Matt@ME » Wed Mar 12, 2014 10:34 am

hehe thats great news, and breaking prop bolts is the most accurate dyno money can buy :)

Good stuff, hope its just some sheared nuts!
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