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joney

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Post #26
Rich have you/any customers got plans to enter a car running this kit in competitive events?

I'd love to see it in Time Attack to get some of the SXOC guys to shut up as they seem to think that 1) FWD can't put power down and 2) that a peugeot won't out handle one of their Jap cars Laugh

I've finally graduated and got a job, so I'll have disposable income soon... I'll be spending lots of cash on the 200SX, but I'm very keen to get me a nice sub 8 minute BTG 306 as well, so I hope the price for a kit after this initial batch isn't too high.... Cool

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Posted 6th Aug 2007 at 18:16
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Post #27
I'm aiming to time attack mine when its doneWink

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Posted 6th Aug 2007 at 18:27
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Post #28
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I'm aiming to time attack mine when its doneWink

Cool
cool, I've no idea how hectic my new job with be once I get into it, but if I can spare the time I'll lend a hand race engineering for you if you like; I had my first taste of competition at Formula Student in mid July, and I'm rather hooked on the kicking other people arses thing Cool

one of the lecturers I got on really well with at uni ran the 306 touring cars, so we should be able to get some good chassis setup to go with the beast engine Thumbs up

what level of engine build are you aiming for?

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Posted 6th Aug 2007 at 18:43
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Post #29
bummer, can you not source them from anywhere wlse then?? ive got a throttle body mate, bit of a shitter as ive just sent them bells down to you yesterday as well. Doh can send this throttle body down if you like though?? Smile
Posted 7th Aug 2007 at 21:25
trustplum

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Post #30
Thats a real kick in the knackers, but sounds as if something good may come of it!

Take it for this plan we will be using our own TB already on car? If so it sounds good to me as ill only be throwing it with the rest of the junk in my garage!

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Posted 7th Aug 2007 at 22:38
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Post #31
not to throw any spanners in the works, but whats the possibility of somekind of adjustable diaphram being made to open and close to adjust boost pressure from inside the car. Now that would be uber cool. Yes
Posted 8th Aug 2007 at 22:00
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Post #32
I would have though that would be controllable by throttle LOL

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Posted 8th Aug 2007 at 23:11
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Post #33
oh yeah Doh LOL
Posted 8th Aug 2007 at 23:13
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Post #34
Nice to see that you overcame the probleme, and that there are a few less items i need to buy now. Big grin

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Posted 9th Aug 2007 at 00:20
felix

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Post #35
Rich,

Do you use an oil cooler on your engine?
I have a unused mocal 13 row and was wondering if I should keep it for when the chager goes in.
Posted 12th Aug 2007 at 22:08
petegti6

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Post #36
Very cool.

I don't get the restrictor thing though, surely the boost pressure will be the same restricted or not? Or am i misreading it?

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Posted 13th Aug 2007 at 02:12
garry

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Post #37
The restrictor is fitted before the charger, I think it strangles the charger so it can't reach the higher levels of boost at high rpm but retains similar boost at the low rpm levels. Same principle as a hydro brake if you know what that is.

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Posted 13th Aug 2007 at 02:16
petegti6

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Post #38
K, that makes sense Yes

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Posted 13th Aug 2007 at 03:39
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done just like they do on WRC cars Smile

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Posted 13th Aug 2007 at 04:51
s16 nigel

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Post #40
Rich,

I guess this kit would fit the S16 engine too?

Do you know of anyone that is local that has a basic kit fitted as I would be very interested. Cant afford the full fire breathing version you have at the moment.

Cheers
Posted 14th Aug 2007 at 06:07
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Post #41
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Posted 14th Aug 2007 at 18:03
mr ben

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Post #42
i've been reading this thread constantly
whilst dribbling to be onist..LOL
is it worth doing if the engine already has high mileage...

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Posted 14th Aug 2007 at 19:43
anth_gti6

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Post #43
if your going for the full 400bhp i dont think it matters that much as your going to rebuild the engine anyhow.

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Posted 14th Aug 2007 at 19:43
rich_w

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Post #44
As long your engine is in good health, and recieves regular maintenance (particularly oil changes) there's no reaon why it can't support a low boost, 250 BHP conversion, even if its done 150K.

Ash's nile GTi-6 has done over 150K and I swear it feels just as strong as when it rolled off the production line..

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Posted 15th Aug 2007 at 02:09
zac

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Post #45
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i've been reading this thread constantly
whilst dribbling to be onist..LOL


Ditto.

I've decided to start saving now, SORN the '6 in January for 8 months which will give me time to either go down this route (providing Rich does another batch early next year/later this year?) or TBs and cams...I know which I'd prefer though! Cool

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Posted 15th Aug 2007 at 03:12
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I've decided to start saving now, SORN the '6 in January for 8 months which will give me time to either go down this route (providing Rich does another batch early next year/later this year?) or TBs and cams...I know which I'd prefer though! Cool


Im not too sure...

Im trying to avoid doing future batches as they are so time consuming and difficult to make in small quantities.

Instead im trying to increase the quantity in this batch, and hang on to any spares, then I guess I see how they go

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Posted 16th Aug 2007 at 05:19
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Post #47
Spoke to Wayne the brain today regarding mapping of all these cars.

It won't be a problem, and he agrees the use of reducer rings should give superb power delivery on the low boost conversions.

Im hoping once i've got the 1st low boost car mapped, I will have the map on file, and will be able to offer a chipping service to your ECU, to save money/fuel/travelling etc if everyone was to have a custom map.

A generic map would be fine providing the spec is the same - ie, pulley/boost control ring size, intercooled/non intercooled etc.

I already have a map on file for high boost conversions.

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Posted 16th Aug 2007 at 05:24
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Post #48
genius! Cool Ninja

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Posted 16th Aug 2007 at 05:29
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Post #49
was at waynes the other day and he only had good things to say about your car/work rich

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Posted 16th Aug 2007 at 06:44
petegti6

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Post #50
Fantastic, looking forward to seeing the low boost ones especially to be honest, i might be able to afford that at some point fairly soon LOL

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