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    It's been a while since I've updated this thread, I've taken up running and have been busy training, over the last year I've completed 2 half marathons and 6 10k's. But due to the Covid-19 out break all races have been either cancelled or postponed so I've been tweaking the map to solve a knock shortly after start up.

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    To solve this problem I've increased the mixture in the warm up tables which sorted the problem.

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    Once warmed up and at full boost all knock had gone, just got a bit of clutch at full boost.

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    1996 850 T5 AWD - Self tuned M4.4 ECU with COP`s, B5254T ( S60R internals in a 850 block ) ostrich 2.0 , green injectors, K24 turbo with a 6+6 compressor wheel, 3.25" MAF, top mounted Dump Valve, RN Exhaust manifold, 3" downpipe with 200 cell cat, 2.75" Stainless exhaust, Brembo calipers, S60R brake discs, stainless RIP kit, 3" Throttle body,

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    Nice The AWD system can put extra stress on the clutch, I found that with mine Fortunately I fitted the self adjusting clutch and it sorted itself and I dropped the tune a bit to save it.

    What MPG are you getting? I'm trying to tune mine to be less thirsty at cruise but it's not happening.

    I'm hoping during some of this free time I'll get to do some tuning but got other parts to fix first (rear brake caliper stuck, front wishbone, track rod end and so on)
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    I saw on your signature that you are running Brembo calipers with S60R brake discs. Did you post any photos of that here? I have a friend doing that at the moment - Brembo but with 350mm disks and he's having issues fitting them on the Midir wheels (18")
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dangerous Dave View Post
    Nice The AWD system can put extra stress on the clutch, I found that with mine Fortunately I fitted the self adjusting clutch and it sorted itself and I dropped the tune a bit to save it.

    What MPG are you getting? I'm trying to tune mine to be less thirsty at cruise but it's not happening.

    I'm hoping during some of this free time I'll get to do some tuning but got other parts to fix first (rear brake caliper stuck, front wishbone, track rod end and so on)
    I thought that the operation of hydraulic clutches made them all self adjusting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stribo View Post
    I thought that the operation of hydraulic clutches made them all self adjusting.
    Sorry bud I meant the actual clutch plate is self adjusting. It contains an adjusting ring which compensates for wear in the friction plate.
    1996 Olive Green 850 AWD - Follow the Project - Forged rods, 19T, big blue injectors, 960 TB, 3.25" MAF, Ostrich, 608 binary, arduino data display, active exhaust control with Focus RS tips, 320mm front brake conversion.
    1996 Nautic Blue 850 AWD - Failed its MOT, now it's a donor for the green thing.


 

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