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Thread: s550 GT, flames during shifts/decel

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    s550 GT, flames during shifts/decel

    Hi guys!

    Has anybody here figured out how to create some good consistent flames on their s550?

    I messed around with the timing and afr, but can't seem to get a result :/


    Cheers, Vincent

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    why?

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    Quote Originally Posted by decipha View Post
    why?
    Really just for shits and giggles to be perfectly honest.

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    There is a thread about how to do it. You’ll need to search

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    No chance for flames without 2 step - exhaust is just too long.

    Popcorn - sure no probs:

    https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=502625073820972

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    That's too much popcorn lol. Mine is very light and spaced apart. Like the occasional crackle of thunder at random times as the rpms progress downwards. Actually sounds really good.
    Knock Retard is like a Horsepower Tax:
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    ( -- ) Knock Retard = Less Taxes = More Horsepower
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    Quote Originally Posted by blackbolt22 View Post
    That's too much popcorn lol. Mine is very light and spaced apart. Like the occasional crackle of thunder at random times as the rpms progress downwards. Actually sounds really good.
    Neither burble nor popcorn is something I desire but if customers wants it hey ho they will get it.

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    Do you have to turn of dfco to accomplish this ?