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Old 08-18-2010, 07:24 PM   #1 (permalink)
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MPGuino and a Series 3 Supercharged

has anyone done one on a series 3 supercharged? i cant remember what the site is that has the cars list and their info.

since i am doing an engine swap on the fiero and i am using the stock getrag 282, wouldnt the PPM be the same across all GM cars since its 4000ppm? or am i not remembering this correctly? its been a while since ive messed with the MPGuino...

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It looks like no 3 series have gotten mpguinos, or nobody filled out the info (which is in the wiki btw).

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The Series III Super charged is the same as the Series II. Chances are that no one has used a mpguino on the SII or SIII because the scangauge will work on it.

What is PPM?
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the S3 is different in a tiny, yet big way. a returnless fuel system for the big part. its run at a constant 60 psi and has 31.5 # injectors. better flowing supercharger, heads and UIM. other than that, its the exact same. different harness and computer of course. so a S2 info would not work on the fuel side of things.

PPM = pulses per mile. the GM standard that ive seen on a lot of cars is 4000. the stock fiero computer dives it in half... kinda dumb. a lot of gm cars n trucks use the same tranmission.. and in the olden days npt much of it was run off the computer.
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query, does the s3 maintain 60 psi in relation to manifold pressure?


re: ppm, you can get close with the speedo check in minutes, refine on a hiway trip with odo/mile markers/gps, fuggetaboutit.
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yea it maintains that constant pressure regardless of manifold pressure. i think thats how GMs returnless system works. the 2002 C5 holds a constant 55-58 psi... i know its pressure is maintained by the varying voltage from the ECM to the fuel pump.

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