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droptopp

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What AWD controller are you guys with builds using ?

OneK with drag pan, Amsoil ATL and 13L overfill.

60-130’s with/without antilag and I’m hitting clutch overheat warning.

Installed syvecs awd controller and that gets rid of overheat fault but now laying strips.

Possibly ETS?

Thanks in advance.
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GTX3582R built and tuned by STM, AMS 4.1, Omega billet crank, Alpha Cams, STM DP, MP, 4 STM Titanium custom exhaust, STM Race FMIC 22x18x4.5, full 3" piping, ID 2000, Sheptrans OneK drop gears, DS axles, E85, Advan GT 10/12 285/315 R888 / MT ET 18x10/12 TE37 Saga MT ET SS 275/245.
Heartbreaker Mustang 1186 E70 low boost. Dynojet 1350 +/- 60-130 3.5 seconds. 100-150 3.4 seconds.

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Motec ;) But I used KAPS before that. Bought from T1

Are you spinning the tires a bunch? On 18s or 20s?

Sounds like ETS if you are on 18s already

Edited by Dsm_alpha, 17 July 2018 - 04:13 PM.


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18” 10/12 setup with MT ET SS all the way around.

Should have a video up shortly - laying strips at 60 with antilag and clutch overheat just rolling into it.
GTX3582R built and tuned by STM, AMS 4.1, Omega billet crank, Alpha Cams, STM DP, MP, 4 STM Titanium custom exhaust, STM Race FMIC 22x18x4.5, full 3" piping, ID 2000, Sheptrans OneK drop gears, DS axles, E85, Advan GT 10/12 285/315 R888 / MT ET 18x10/12 TE37 Saga MT ET SS 275/245.
Heartbreaker Mustang 1186 E70 low boost. Dynojet 1350 +/- 60-130 3.5 seconds. 100-150 3.4 seconds.

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I thought the syvecs controller was just for burnouts and didn’t modify the amount of FWD otherwise. Are you sure you aren’t in RWD?

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Yep - it takes off the warnings in “regular” mode - rwd requires restart and ign on / engine off.
GTX3582R built and tuned by STM, AMS 4.1, Omega billet crank, Alpha Cams, STM DP, MP, 4 STM Titanium custom exhaust, STM Race FMIC 22x18x4.5, full 3" piping, ID 2000, Sheptrans OneK drop gears, DS axles, E85, Advan GT 10/12 285/315 R888 / MT ET 18x10/12 TE37 Saga MT ET SS 275/245.
Heartbreaker Mustang 1186 E70 low boost. Dynojet 1350 +/- 60-130 3.5 seconds. 100-150 3.4 seconds.

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If the rear is spinning that much then it’s prob the ETS. I can brake boost 26psi in 2nd gear on that tire combo lol

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Gotcha, thanks. I am also getting clutch overheat on 60-130 pulls and never have before.

Had no issue with running 3.6 in much cooler temps and less power.

Think it’s time for a rebuild on the ETS
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GTX3582R built and tuned by STM, AMS 4.1, Omega billet crank, Alpha Cams, STM DP, MP, 4 STM Titanium custom exhaust, STM Race FMIC 22x18x4.5, full 3" piping, ID 2000, Sheptrans OneK drop gears, DS axles, E85, Advan GT 10/12 285/315 R888 / MT ET 18x10/12 TE37 Saga MT ET SS 275/245.
Heartbreaker Mustang 1186 E70 low boost. Dynojet 1350 +/- 60-130 3.5 seconds. 100-150 3.4 seconds.

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So what is the preferred ets setup nowadays? Stock? Dodson?

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Shep upgraded clutches and ramp to make sure to not overpower front diff

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How much does an ETS rebuild with new Shep clutches run?
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How much does an ETS rebuild with new Shep clutches run?


900ish.
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I can’t thing of anything, but reminds me of my blown vette at this point - been awhile since I was sideways in the highway

STM is pulling the ETS and sending it out.

Edited by droptopp, 18 July 2018 - 01:35 PM.

GTX3582R built and tuned by STM, AMS 4.1, Omega billet crank, Alpha Cams, STM DP, MP, 4 STM Titanium custom exhaust, STM Race FMIC 22x18x4.5, full 3" piping, ID 2000, Sheptrans OneK drop gears, DS axles, E85, Advan GT 10/12 285/315 R888 / MT ET 18x10/12 TE37 Saga MT ET SS 275/245.
Heartbreaker Mustang 1186 E70 low boost. Dynojet 1350 +/- 60-130 3.5 seconds. 100-150 3.4 seconds.




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