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Old 11-04-2013, 08:52 AM
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I have mazda Rx8 R3. 2009. Greddy turbo kit
I need some help and recommendation. I'll use Haltech and I have no problem with this. I I'm considering changing the cold side of the original turbo greddy, injectors and walbro fuel pump. I have full exhaust and I am thinking about 9 pounds.

Any recommendations or any changes I have to do?

what size injectors do you recommend and brand that is plug and play?

With my combination and 9 pounds touches the 300?



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Originally Posted by gamaliel31 View Post
I'll use Haltech and I have no problem with this.
No -one has fitted a greddy kit to a S2 to my knowledge so you are in uncharted territory.
I have used most tuning solutions for the 8 (not the Haltec however)
Have never heard of anyone having success with Haltech . I have however, heard of many people who have had success (Series 1) with either Cobb AP or Mazdaedit.

Originally Posted by gamaliel31 View Post
I I'm considering changing the cold side of the original turbo greddy.
Yes , do this . Suggest one of the following or anything else of same size/flow that fits .
To4e 57 trim
To4e 60 trim
Greddy 20g

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Any recommendations or any changes I have to do?

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Too many to list here - read the Greddy fixes thread and as many Greddy FI install threads as you can.


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what size injectors do you recommend and brand that is plug and play?

With my combination and 9 pounds touches the 300?

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ID1000s secondaries would be a good bet . But as no-one has done this before can't be sure about that.

You will need around 10psi at 7500rpm to make 300whp with the greddy kit . The wheels above will fall just short of this .

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keep in mind the OP is asking about boosting an S2.
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Originally Posted by paimon.soror View Post
keep in mind the OP is asking about boosting an S2.
Oh .... good catch . He posted in series 1 forum but pic is series 2 .....

Will edit my response .

Edit
Ummmmm - did someone move this thread into S2 or am i going loopy ?

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The only person I know of to try the Haltech was dannobre. And IIRC, it was unsuccessful even after working with Haltech to try and resolve the issues.

For injectors, the S2 injector setup should suffice but you will have to wait and see as this has not been done yet AFAIK.
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Put down the drink!

lol jk, yea i think it was just moved
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Originally Posted by Brettus View Post
Ummmmm - did someone move this thread into S2 or am i going loopy ?
You are loopy....
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Originally Posted by 9krpmrx8 View Post
The only person I know of to try the Haltech was dannobre. And IIRC, it was unsuccessful even after working with Haltech to try and resolve the issues.

For injectors, the S2 injector setup should suffice but you will have to wait and see as this has not been done yet AFAIK.
Here in Puerto Rico I have to programmer Haltech distributor and is my friend. In PR there have been several Rx8 with Haltech. On this side of programming I have no problem. Just wanted details of changes to the greddy kit. And I started to read a lot in the forum but I can always escape something. On the other hand my apology postiar an S2 here. But S2 forum is dead on this side there is more information that can help.
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Originally Posted by RIWWP View Post
You are loopy....
Apology postiar an S2 here. But S2 forum is dead on this side there is more information that can help me.

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Originally Posted by Brettus View Post
No -one has fitted a greddy kit to a S2 to my knowledge so you are in uncharted territory.
I have used most tuning solutions for the 8 (not the Haltec however)
Have never heard of anyone having success with Haltech . I have however, heard of many people who have had success (Series 1) with either Cobb AP or Mazdaedit.



Yes , do this . Suggest one of the following or anything else of same size/flow that fits .
To4e 57 trim
To4e 60 trim
Greddy 20g



Too many to list here - read the Greddy fixes thread and as many Greddy FI install threads as you can.



ID1000s secondaries would be a good bet . But as no-one has done this before can't be sure about that.

You will need around 10psi at 7500rpm to make 300whp with the greddy kit . The wheels above will fall just short of this .
Thanks for the information. But no offense I do not like at all the cobb and cobb does not work on s2. In my case I have 2 options Haltech or FuelTech.



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What about MazdaEdit?
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Originally Posted by gamaliel31 View Post
Thanks for the information. But no offense edit mazda cobb and I do not like at all and the cobb S2 does not work. In my case I have 2 options Haltech or FuelTech.
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Mazdaedit will work for sure - PM me if you can't make the Haltech work properly.
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Well it's good that we have someone else trying other options.

I encourage the attempt .. good luck and keep us updated please.
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from what I been researching adaptronic stand alone is the way to go in the s2 rx8
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Yeah, so long as there is no involvement from Turdblown.
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Originally Posted by J6speed View Post
from what I been researching adaptronic stand alone is the way to go in the s2 rx8
Really

Post your reference material please
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Of course, keep you posted and send pictures of the process
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[QUOTE=Brettus;4541341]Mazdaedit will work for sure - PM me if you can't make the Haltech work properly.[/QUOTE

I made a mistake when typing. True mazda edit works well. Excuse is that English is not my primary language.: Dubs:


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I'll just say.... Wow
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Originally Posted by J6speed View Post
from what I been researching adaptronic stand alone is the way to go in the s2 rx8
You didn't happen to get this from the Turblown site did you ...
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no not at all from A shop around my area called Rotarywerks.(MIAMI) well know most of the guys from are Facebook group MI8CREW go there to get rebuilds and stuff so i asked him about tuning my s2 he said he has tuned only one S2 before and it's running adaptronic and that would be the only way to go for now,
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