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  1. #1 JWT vs Enthalpy 
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    Which is better? I have heard good about both, and not much negetive. Ive heard JWT runs a lil too rich, but what are your personal opinions/experinances? Yeah, I know I cant spell.
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    I have an enthalpy runs like a champ. I got it for a new GT2860RS upgrade. Now I put down 250/250 at 12lbs of boost. I also get ~26 mpg on my SR. I used to get ~22 on a stock turbo and boost
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    enthalpy tunes are great if you stick to exactly the setup that its tuned for. My car was tuned for 14 lbs of boost and it was only running 7. it sputtered and ate up plugs like the cookie monster. If you go with it just stick to the tune.

    Speed costs money... how fast do you wanna go?
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    Im also looking for reliablity, its my daily driver and I want to be able to make 300 mile highway trips without a problem. Can that be done on a rebuilt KA (forged rods and pistons) and enthalpy ~10psi 550s, 255walbro, blow through z32 maf etc..?
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    i havent had any reliability problems except for my wiring harness being a piece of shit and frying my ecu. lol so check your harness.

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    talking about your factory harness? lol

    Im sticking with the ka so i dont really have to do any wiring
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    naw it was some half assed attempt at a swap harness. there were exposed wires everywhere. It was bad.

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    ewww... yeah, wires scare me
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    yep. if you ever do a swap get a custom swap harness. you wont regret it. takes like 15 minutes to install and they're guaranteed to work.

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    GTK, thannks
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