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Old 02-11-2016, 02:38 PM
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Default MDS weights and ideal grams for high elevation

Now that I have determined that removing weight from the clutches in my 1100 turbo decreases RPM's, what's the ideal grams for MDS weights? I've been running 87g for the past two years which puts me at 7700-7800 in powder at 10k-11k ft. Would adding some grams get me to 8100-8200?
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Taking some out is what you want not very much though.
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Taking some out is what you want not very much though.
Just like TurboKitty said, take some weight out. Taking weight out increases RPM
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That's what I thought. Took a little weight off and I lost 400 RPMS. Spoke to an expert and said that happens because the turbo needs resistance to build boost which in turn pushes up the RPMS. Now I am wondering how much to add back???
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