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pedro_de_la_cruz

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updates Big grin

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Posted 13th Dec 2008 at 19:55
hoekske

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Post #127
how dit this ended up?
did the manifold make a big difference and xtra horspowers or didn't it?

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Posted 10th Jun 2009 at 00:18
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Post #128
It was pants, lost power, he now has bodies on it now, see in the project section
Posted 10th Jun 2009 at 00:42
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Post #129
ok thanks no i now i dont have to try this

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Posted 12th Jun 2009 at 02:54
swiftyboi006

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Post #130
So from this i dont understand the gains still haha.
So are you saying there is a gain of 18-20bhp or are you just saying it alows the engine to rev more freely and giv a different noise tone?

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Posted 6th May 2010 at 16:53
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Post #131
if its done properly, and with an enlarged throttle bodie you can see very good gains. upto 20bhp, if you have also got cams headworks exhaust manifold etc. but if you are runnign it on a standard engine then i will not benifit you and make you worse off. longmans use this set up and its a proven method if its used in conjunction with the other components. i will probably be goign down thsi route as if you life the bonnet the it looks standard. but you are really packin alot of power from not visually changign the look of your engine.

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Posted 7th May 2010 at 00:52
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Post #132
But wouldnt the head work and cams give you the 20hp on their own?

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Posted 7th May 2010 at 02:13
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Post #133
Why would anyone remove inlet trumpets?
How many performance inlets have you seen without trumpets on?
Carbs, throttle bodies etc all have them.
I am no fluid dynamicist but why would they bother putting them in there in the first place if they did not need them.

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Posted 7th May 2010 at 05:06
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Post #134
yes head work cams and exhaust manifold see those types of gains but you are able to see an extra 20bhp ish from this mod when used with the other mods.its bassically working along the same lines as it was before but you are now able to intake so much much more air and faster. not sure if you would be able to remap the standard ecu for this to work or if you would have to get a stand alone unit.

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Posted 7th May 2010 at 22:03
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Post #135
well ive just bought one on ebay, just looked on here and i think i have just wasted my money Sad ahh well, will see how it goes

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Posted 10th May 2010 at 06:06
swiftyboi006

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Post #136
It was you that outbid me.....you ars haha

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Posted 11th May 2010 at 02:26
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Post #137
:: blade :: wrote:
well ive just bought one on ebay, just looked on here and i think i have just wasted my money Sad ahh well, will see how it goes


Not if you've got lairy cams, decent pistons and management Smile

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Posted 11th May 2010 at 03:01
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thats what i dont have Sad

and swiftyboi006, you can buy it off me for the price i paid once i get it if you like, i dint going to have time to get it sprayed and fitted, i only bid 55, and i think you bid the same Smile up to you, i should get it by the end of the week, so if you want you can paypal 65 to me and ill send it straight to you Smile

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Posted 12th May 2010 at 03:52
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Post #139
People are still going down this route? I'd love to see the end result with one of these on a car with decent pistons cams and exhaust...

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Posted 12th May 2010 at 04:03
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i just saw it on the bay as i was looking for a manifold to paint, so bid on it, then found this thread, i would get pistons and cams, but i aint got that sort of money,

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Posted 12th May 2010 at 04:06
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:: blade :: wrote:
i just saw it on the bay as i was looking for a manifold to paint, so bid on it, then found this thread, i would get pistons and cams, but i aint got that sort of money,


Got any pics, is it the one I did?

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Posted 12th May 2010 at 23:24
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dont know if its the one you did, might be, was on ebay, heres the link

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=160429741520&ssPageName=STRK:MEWNX:IT

if i do go down this rout, with this inlet, cams remap and gas flowed TB, what bhp would you think it would get, and what cams would i need?

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Posted 12th May 2010 at 23:58
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The one jim did is in my shed, well I think it still is lol
Posted 13th May 2010 at 04:38
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:: blade :: wrote:
dont know if its the one you did, might be, was on ebay, heres the link

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=160429741520&ssPageName=STRK:MEWNX:IT

if i do go down this rout, with this inlet, cams remap and gas flowed TB, what bhp would you think it would get, and what cams would i need?


Touring car boys got up to 270bhp on the plenum style inlet, I would've thought 210-220 maybe more is possible with a revised rev limit, steel rods, forged pistons and some lairy cams.

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Posted 13th May 2010 at 04:50
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maybe i slight bit more jim but i would have thoguht at least 215/220 its a great mod when done properly and when accompanied with the other goodies i mentioned before. forged bottom end and a set of 285's would go very nicely indeed. the one on ebay still has internal trumpets i belive. they seem to just come powder coated and ported and pollished. longmans do it propperly like you have done it jim. but they also enlarge the throttle bodie.

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Posted 14th May 2010 at 00:50
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gtomi-6 wrote:
maybe i slight bit more jim but i would have thoguht at least 215/220 its a great mod when done properly and when accompanied with the other goodies i mentioned before. forged bottom end and a set of 285's would go very nicely indeed. the one on ebay still has internal trumpets i belive. they seem to just come powder coated and ported and pollished. longmans do it propperly like you have done it jim. but they also enlarge the throttle bodie.


Yeah, it would've been nice to see someone take this all the way and get a result. Still I'm more than happy with the ITBs now Ninja

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Posted 14th May 2010 at 01:50
rallye1999

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im planning on building an engine as soon as ive sold one of my cars to make some room (and cash) i fancy a 2.1 ,forged pistons and rods , cams etc and with jims old manifold, anything over 200 will be good
Posted 14th May 2010 at 02:20
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you will easily hit over 200 dont you worry, get a set of wossners off of mr walker and a set of rods. piper 285's ported and pollished head, maniflow manifold and one of these inlets ( proper ones) you will be seeign about 220 i recon maybe abit more. and an engine that visually looks standard. only thing i want to look intop is if you will need a stand alone ecu or can you get the oe one remapped????? anyone know?

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Posted 14th May 2010 at 04:13
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gtomi-6 wrote:
you will easily hit over 200 dont you worry, get a set of wossners off of mr walker and a set of rods. piper 285's ported and pollished head, maniflow manifold and one of these inlets ( proper ones) you will be seeign about 220 i recon maybe abit more. and an engine that visually looks standard. only thing i want to look intop is if you will need a stand alone ecu or can you get the oe one remapped????? anyone know?


Wayne Schofield of Chip Wizzards is the only one I know of that can remap the standard ECU, but it's deffinitely possible, he does the supercharger mapping on the ECUs for Rich W.Smile

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Posted 14th May 2010 at 05:55

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