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Author Subject: 205 2.1 16v rallye track car
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Post #26
rallyeash wrote:
trial fit of the tb's with the satchell inlet.

as you can see the jenveys run upside down, better air/fuel mix is the main reason. also gives more of a clean look i think too.

ive removed them again now and got the gaskets sorted so there ready to fit properly now

side view with the filter removed



more pics soon... Smile

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Posted 29th Jun 2010 at 01:12
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Post #27
properly fitted now.





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Posted 30th Jun 2010 at 13:57
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Post #28
I remember someone getting much better gains using a carbon airbox for a lotus with a separate filter over the trumpets rather than using one of the all-encompassing filters. Might be worth checking out - it was in a 205 too.

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Posted 30th Jun 2010 at 14:12
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Post #29
thanks, i think sean mckeon had one like that in his white 8v. will look into it Smile

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Posted 30th Jun 2010 at 14:42
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Post #30
my bro runs sock filters on the road, and when competing he just removes them. Obviously it was mapped without them on. I wouldnt recommend this if doing long races/track days, but should be fine for short sprints / hillclimbs

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Posted 30th Jun 2010 at 14:58
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Post #31
socks Thumbs down bits get sucked in and stick to the plugs. i'd rather run without any atall.

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Posted 30th Jun 2010 at 21:26
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Post #32
Doesn't that seriously reduce the life of the engine?
Posted 30th Jun 2010 at 21:54
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Post #33
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Doesn't that seriously reduce the life of the engine?


Could do, as does socks being pulled in. Plus socks can lose a fair chunk of BHP (proven).

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Posted 1st Jul 2010 at 00:57
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Post #34
wow looks sexy m8 that thing gunna fly big time any idea of bhp??
Posted 1st Jul 2010 at 15:32
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Post #35
Looks great Thumbs up Given how much its cost to build i would certainly have some sort of filter system on there Smile

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Posted 1st Jul 2010 at 16:19
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Post #36
Another note with the filter you're running is noise! I am looking into getting a Reverie carbon airbox for mine to try to dull the noise down a bit. You may pass noise tests from the exhaust, but when you go past a noise meter on circuit at full chat it'll be the induction noise that trips it! You also end up wishing it would be a bit quieter when you're driving after a while... or maybe I'm just getting old!

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Posted 1st Jul 2010 at 16:24
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Post #37
pete_rallye wrote:
or maybe I'm just getting old!


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Posted 1st Jul 2010 at 19:01
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Post #38
pete_rallye wrote:
Another note with the filter you're running is noise! I am looking into getting a Reverie carbon airbox for mine to try to dull the noise down a bit. You may pass noise tests from the exhaust, but when you go past a noise meter on circuit at full chat it'll be the induction noise that trips it! You also end up wishing it would be a bit quieter when you're driving after a while... or maybe I'm just getting old!



great advice

i took my pug to bedford this year,

petrol for the weekend around 100-130
hotel
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only to be banned after 3 laps due to noice Sad

was gutted

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Posted 1st Jul 2010 at 20:20
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ash, your car looks bloody stunning dude Big grin

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Posted 1st Jul 2010 at 20:20
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Post #40
rallyeash wrote:
socks Thumbs down bits get sucked in and stick to the plugs. i'd rather run without any atall.


? how can bits get sucked in? theyre just like normal filters if you get the correct size and not some massively overlarge ones. They use them on grasstrack cars ffs which run on mud and theyre fine.

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Posted 1st Jul 2010 at 20:23
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Post #41
its due to their shape, typically they get sucked in inverted, its also proven that you lose power with them.

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Posted 1st Jul 2010 at 21:31
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Post #42
pete_rallye wrote:
Another note with the filter you're running is noise! I am looking into getting a Reverie carbon airbox for mine to try to dull the noise down a bit. You may pass noise tests from the exhaust, but when you go past a noise meter on circuit at full chat it'll be the induction noise that trips it! You also end up wishing it would be a bit quieter when you're driving after a while... or maybe I'm just getting old!


Reveries stuff is amazing had an air-box from them before, 2 min walk from me Big grin

Posted 1st Jul 2010 at 22:19
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Post #43
spiky wrote:


great advice

i took my pug to bedford this year,

petrol for the weekend around 100-130
hotel
food
track booking 150

only to be banned after 3 laps due to noice Sad

was gutted


Been kicked off Croft twice and Oulton once, and they are 105dB days. A coke can with holes in it worked a treat at Oulton, knocked 12dB off, that was until I found the engine wouldn't rev above 4500rpm, not even enough to come on cam!

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Posted 2nd Jul 2010 at 05:18
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Post #44
anth wrote:


Reveries stuff is amazing had an air-box from them before, 2 min walk from me Big grin



You'll be able to blag some discount then! Whistle

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Posted 2nd Jul 2010 at 05:18
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Post #45
will look into getting a proper box, although ive never had any db problems before.

before anyone says its not an oil leak, its just ive fitted the cooler and alittle oil came out the bottom...


next to my mates 6

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Posted 2nd Jul 2010 at 20:17
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Post #46
what bhp you aim for m8 are they 50s or 48s
Posted 2nd Jul 2010 at 21:05
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Post #47
50's well somwhere around 230 i guess with as good as 200 lb of torque.

really this engine is built for the longterm, i went from 45's to 50's although i didnt really need to at this stage but it give me the option maybe in the next year to get around 270 with just a head swap. (better cams, solid lifters etc etc)

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Posted 2nd Jul 2010 at 21:09
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Post #48
cool should sound awsome on 50s mate chris bowen ran his mi on 50s that sounded mental
Posted 2nd Jul 2010 at 21:11
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Post #49
there his old tb's!!

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Posted 2nd Jul 2010 at 21:13
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Post #50
lol should sound savage then mate..
Posted 2nd Jul 2010 at 21:14

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