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rich_w

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Post #301
Once you've had black you never go back apparently Unsure

Or so my mrs tells me Whistle

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Posted 2nd Nov 2007 at 03:52
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Post #302
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Im definatly thinking now that the black manifold was the right choice Smile Yes


Aye Yes I changed my mind from silver though Doh
Posted 2nd Nov 2007 at 04:59
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Post #303
Sexual. Love

Absolutely awesome work Rich, can't wait for the finished product. Thumbs up

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Posted 2nd Nov 2007 at 05:14
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Post #304
Whys the etching different to yours rich ?

i wanted it the same LOL

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Posted 2nd Nov 2007 at 05:20
midlife

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Post #305
Superb work there RichThumbs up

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Posted 2nd Nov 2007 at 07:43
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Post #306
i think LAIRY / sexual covers it Yes

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Posted 2nd Nov 2007 at 14:44
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Post #307
Picked up my kit this morning the pics really dont do the manafold justice, looks great in the flesh, glad I went gold
Posted 3rd Nov 2007 at 21:03
rich_w

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Post #308
Great success Cool

Have test fitted a kit to an engine, everything fits nicely and no problems.

There's a couple of little tweaks I want to make, but all kits shouls be available for collection as of next weekend Wink









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Posted 3rd Nov 2007 at 21:57
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Post #309
rich_w wrote:
Great success Cool

Have test fitted a kit to an engine, everything fits nicely and no problems.

There's a couple of little tweaks I want to make, but all kits shouls be available for collection as of next weekend Wink











really wish i had the money for oneof these kits 2months ago instead of the last 2 weeksSad

looks fantastic engineering there rich,please let me know if anyone drops out or when the next batch are being made Cool
Posted 3rd Nov 2007 at 23:03
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Post #310
tweaks?
Posted 3rd Nov 2007 at 23:07
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Post #311
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Absolutely fabulous work there Rich, can't wait to get it fitted. Yes

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Posted 3rd Nov 2007 at 23:11
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Post #312
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Posted 3rd Nov 2007 at 23:14
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Post #313
looking good

would look good with sum nice braided petrol hoses running to them.

and your confident 250bhp can beachioeved on standered internals??
is that with or with out a decompression plate??
Posted 3rd Nov 2007 at 23:28
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Post #314
chris with a pug wrote:
tweaks?



I need to go a little bit of work to the automatic tensioner pullies I made..

Went to fit mine earlier, there is a little bit of webbing on the casting that fouls the pulley. I just filed it off, and now its fine, but to save everyone doing it I will get the pullies modified.

If you want yours doing let me know - if not you can just file down the webbing like I have done Yes

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Posted 3rd Nov 2007 at 23:42
rich_w

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Post #315
mr swampy s16 wrote:
looking good

would look good with sum nice braided petrol hoses running to them.

and your confident 250bhp can beachioeved on standered internals??
is that with or with out a decompression plate??


Yep Yes

Standard compression.. should only take approx 7 pounds of boost to develop that power.

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Posted 3rd Nov 2007 at 23:43
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Post #316
Hmm wonder if the s16 will take the same amount.interesting.sure my mate could make sum brackets up what with him being a metal fabricator an all and haveing the use of laser cutter thing.id have to change things like the inlet manifold aswell
Posted 3rd Nov 2007 at 23:52
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Post #317
webbing? photo please yeah I can file i think
Posted 4th Nov 2007 at 16:11
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Post #318
Love I want one

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Posted 4th Nov 2007 at 16:17
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Post #319
its not fowling on the webbing i dont think, when i tighten the bolt up it clamps the pully tight so it dont spin
Posted 4th Nov 2007 at 18:52
midlife

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Post #320
My guess is it will be catching here so stopping it from spinning


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Posted 5th Nov 2007 at 04:14
chris with a pug

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Post #321
sorted now after speaking to rich you dont use the big washer anymore, you just use the bolt and this clamps to the bearing
Posted 5th Nov 2007 at 14:24
dicky

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Post #322
I know there is a few pages but does the charger need it's own oil cooler?
Posted 5th Nov 2007 at 20:16
ben306

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Post #323
So wish I had the money for one of these when you started.

Anychance of you making another batch of kits in the future with enough interest?

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Posted 5th Nov 2007 at 20:28
farmer

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Post #324
dicky wrote:
I know there is a few pages but does the charger need it's own oil cooler?


The charger doesnt need the the oil cooler but it is highly advised i believe. (for the low boost conversion atleast, not too sure on high boost)

Same with the intercooler if you are wondering, dont need it for the low boost but highly advised all the same. It is required for high boost though.

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Posted 6th Nov 2007 at 00:50
midlife

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Post #325
I'm sure Rich will correct me on this if i'm inaccurate but i believe its like this:
Between the drive pully & the gearbox that drives the superchargers impeller is a fluid coupling, this coupling uses a special "transmission" fluid Unsure. As with most fluids the hotter it gets the thinner it gets (reduced viscosity), if the fluid gets thinner then drive to the impeller is reduced thus reducing the amount of boost available. Also if you can remove heat from the supercharger the life of it must be increased.
So it must be a no brainer, for an extra 70/80 quid fit a coolerThumbs up

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Posted 6th Nov 2007 at 05:42

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