Procross/Proclimb 800 Air Intake
Install a few SLP Flow Rites into you machine as showed. This really helps increase airflow into your airbox!
Procross/Proclimb 1100 Turbo - Boost Fitting Placement
Install your boost fittings as shown in the intake plenum. This will give you the most accurate results when using a boost gauge, or tieing into other controllers.
1100 Turbo Motor - The Breaking Point
When is it too much? Well we can tell you because its our job to test this for you, the customer. Lets start with what you need at 240+ horsepower. Obviously you have programming and some sort of exhaust. If you are running programming with no exhaust you need a brain check! Anything over 240 horsepower needs head studs. We have ran up to 300hp without head studs and been fine, others have had issues on a 260hp tune. Not worth the risk! If you want to go big, bite the bullet and do head studs. From there most will be fine with the stock bottom end. For those looking over the 320hp mark we highly recommend doing the heavy duty rods. Over 300hp we have seen many timing keys shear causing the timing to advance. These motors firing pattern is hard on things, be sure to keep an eye on your timing key!
2 Stroke Pipe Temp Sensor Problem
Having trouble with your stock EGT probe acting up? These sensors are known to fail so here is a quick fix to do away with this sensor. Go to your local electronics store and pick up 2 330ohm 1/2 watt resistors. This will trick the sled into thinking the sensor is at an acceptable range all the time. BMP is not responsible for engine damages due to this modification.
Throttle Position Sensor Adjustment
Thinking your throttle position sensor (TPS) is out of adjustment or buy aftermarket throttle bodies? Here are the specs.