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#16 Old 10-03-2009, 05:17 PM
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doesn't CHrom have a LC free for your car?

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#17 Old 10-04-2009, 10:57 AM
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LC is set at 5200 I belive. FFS is set at 6000.

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Nice....I can see some EJ255s experiencing some 5 MTs being destroyed now. With LC. Nice vids though. FFS looks like its a world of difference.
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Funny you say that. I posted this same thread over on iwsti and someone was telling me how Im gonna blow my motor from using ffs.

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FFS DOES make a huge difference....well when I drive it does. What do you think about this running lean business? Like I was tyring to say to this guy, I shift so fast that the cuttoff rarely kicks in...I've had it blip between shifts maybe 5-6 times in the past 6 months using it not for more than a split second...

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Is the fuel cut during ffs the same as the fuel cut that's a safety feature if you rev too close to redline?

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I believe so

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Hmm, well if that's the case, I don't see how the ffs fuel cut could be more damaging than a safety feature build in by the factory. Maybe you could try data logging when the event occurs and look for dangerous spikes. I'm certainly no expert, just trying to understand this thing.

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nice runs gonna have to look into that FFS when i get my AP in a couple months

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