It wasn't that I didn't bother to get the tool , after it happened I have not even looked at the car yet. I thought maybe someone has had this happen and might know off the top of there head. But it clearly can pump way to much alky or not enough.Another case of not bothering to get the right tool. Get the alky tester and you can verify what the pump is doing. If it's pumping correctly then something is wrong with the controler, wires or map.
just to throw it out there.the system works off volts and dropping the controller down to 4 is not helping getting the car where it needs to be,usually set the controller to 6 ish and pull fuel in the chip to get the desired afr.i would highly advise you to not drop alky at 30 psi its your only octane.drop gas to get the afr.the tester is great to have to see how the pump is actually doing and to see the fuel curve.there is also a thread in the sticky called tuning the alkycontrol kit that will helpso I was pulling fuel and trying to spray less alky and when I went down to 4 the alky stopped spraying
Maybe I should send the chip to eric to check the fueling side also. I was pulling a lot of fuel out and still couldn't get the afr anything above 10.5 , so I started pulling the alky back to see if it would change and it lean backfired. I didn't want to try that again so I pulled the line off the up pipe and no fluid came out at 4 or below. I will buy the tester and check it also.most wont pull this much out to risk hurting anything adjust fuel leave the controller at 6 or greater for the 30psi you were running
how much did you pull out?if its 20% out of the chip then a reburn may be in order or the turbo is not moving enough air.60lb injectors alone provide alot more fuel than any 49 turbo can flow,the alky is only there for octane at that point but at the same time its providing alot of fuel also,so i could see the car easily being on the rich side.I was pulling a lot of fuel out and still couldn't get the afr anything above 10.5
one thing i will add is there is nothing wrong with running the car a little richer,this is called a cushion.there are things that will come up that i could post all night about that warrant the need for a fuel cushion,especially at 30psi.afr anything above 10.5
i could see that depending how you filled out the info online with eric,maybe just let him through an email what the car is doing he may want the chip back,however his fueling wot is usually right on.more info with alky pressure will helpIf I remember correctly I think It was either 12 or 14 percent of fuel I pulled out.