Sean's 1994 Turbo LT1 V8 Camaro! (5th)

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Sean's 1994 Turbo LT1 V8 Camaro! (5th)

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<placeholder for Sean to write something>

EDIT: viewtopic.php?f=3&t=79 < Old thread about his setup before FreeEMS!
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Re: Sean's Turbo LT1 Camaro! (5th)

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Up and running on FreeEMS with a TA based setup as of yesterday evening (see date from above post, not this one). I'll leave Sean to tell you how well it started and ran :-)

Sean, make sure you update your user rides thread title and contents to reflect this change in direction for your project! ;-)

Vids and pics to come!

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Re: Sean's 1994 Turbo LT1 V8 Camaro! (5th)

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Finally, the long awaited LT1 footage is here: http://youtu.be/g69KW7Eap74

This is 13 month old footage! The code is MUCH improved since then. No priming pulse way back then. Still kicks over near instantly, without any tuning. Initial start is with one ignition lead unplugged and VERY lean. Enjoy!

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Semi-sequential injection, four pairs of two timed.
Aftermarket electronic distributor with 8 LS1 CNP coils.
Built engine with forged rods and pistons and T70 turbo setup.

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Re: Sean's 1994 Turbo LT1 V8 Camaro! (5th)

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(03:35:46) DeuceEFI: seank-efi, you should go see if it will start from time to time ;-)
(03:36:24) seank-efi: I do, about every 3 months, drain the gas, put the old gas in the diesel and then a gallon of fresh in the car and let it run for 20 minutes. Jumper cables in hand

Such a shame! :-(
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I'm hoping it's due in about 10 days!

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