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Old 29-10-07, 15:30   #26
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yeh was done by rapidflow, engine is now run in (was on 9 pounds) now ready for big boost. Spoke to John at Bresciani about getting a e-boost and all tuned. He sed its a good stup and should make 300 - 320 rwks

thats some pretty decent numbers considering I had 288 when I went 10.59 @ 130!!!

ull give SUXGAS a run for his record with that power
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Old 29-10-07, 16:02   #27
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putting ur car on gas is like cruelty to animals unless u do it right LMAO
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Old 29-10-07, 16:58   #28
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putting ur car on gas is like cruelty to animals unless u do it right LMAO

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Old 31-10-07, 14:00   #29
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heres my engine bay....just gotta polish and neaten it all up now.



side on view haha

nice!
two things tho, i was under the impression 1 you should mount the converters flat and 2 they should be within 30cm of the throttle body? obviously not mandatory i guess
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Old 31-10-07, 15:06   #30
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they are advised to be flat, thats true, i guess there must be a bit of leeway? lol
and i think the distance from converter to t/b is to reduce the chance of flow interuption and also to help with starting/priming and throttle response n what not.
on my old VK i had a converter mounted verticly and had at least a metre from converter to t/b and never had a problem...
but obviously youd want to do it by the book in a high performance setup.
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Old 03-11-07, 22:05   #31
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here is some straight LPG injection running dedicated engine management for it.


And here is the Tartarini gear I fit on a Territory.

And heres a Magna with the Eurogas stuff I fit.

and a AU with Eurogas again.
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Old 04-11-07, 19:57   #32
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they are advised to be flat, thats true, i guess there must be a bit of leeway? lol
and i think the distance from converter to t/b is to reduce the chance of flow interuption and also to help with starting/priming and throttle response n what not.
on my old VK i had a converter mounted verticly and had at least a metre from converter to t/b and never had a problem...
but obviously youd want to do it by the book in a high performance setup.
The reason that they (preferably) need to be horzontal in a GRA setup is due to the spring pressures in the converters being much less than in a "conventional" Impco / Ilko / Gas Ring setup.
If they are vertical in the GRA the mixtures will wander a bit.
In a "conventional" setup it is usually preferable for the converter to be vertical and in the direction of travel.
One thing to watch for in the GRA setup is the dreaded full throttle stay open thing, they weren't designed for blow through and hence the throttle is not offset to try and force it shut under boost.
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Dammm top 2 pictures now were talking

The 1st pic is that a ford v8?
is that running coil packs like a gen 3 does???
if so what computer is it using?
im guesing by the pics you must fit these systems.

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Old 09-11-07, 06:58   #34
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the top two setups are from rage racing in WA. they are doing a lot of development work with lpg injection at the moment and an ecu to control it. They also have a s4 13BT rx7 running a similar setup.

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I am not fitting it for the general public yet. Soon hopefully.
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My set up is still duel fuel and retains standard management and AFM.



With the AFM in the piping.

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Looks good man. Have you got any figures for it???
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It has 140rwkw on 10psi and 750 newtons at the wheels.
Trans has a kit and a 3000 high stall and runs low 13s with 18s on nankang 40 series rubber.
Just a single B2 convertor, soon to be 2 and with around 16psi so it should see around 200+ at the wheels and with slicks dip into the 11s.
EDIT : It ran low 13s on petrol with 180rwkws before it was rebuilt.
Probably high 13s to low 14s as it is now.

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Is that being run on the dyno in 2nd gear??????? (if auto)
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It has 140rwkw on 10psi and 750 newtons at the wheels.
Trans has a kit and a 3000 high stall and runs low 13s with 18s on nankang 40 series rubber.
Just a single B2 convertor, soon to be 2 and with around 16psi so it should see around 200+ at the wheels and with slicks dip into the 11s.
Is that running a front mount intercooler or is the pipe work just deviated?
can you put up a pic of the dyno sheet so I can see your mixtures with the single converter.
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Old 15-11-07, 21:36   #41
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2nd gear was used on the dyno.
It runs a front mount.
I don't have a copy of the mixtures but he did mention he thought the convertor was maxed out.
The balance line was plumbed wrong and the cap that was supposed to be fitted over the button on top of the convertor has been left off. If this is fitted it should flow a bit more. Im waiting till i get the second convertor to wind up the boost, just to be on the safe side.
As it is, it cruises really well and is the same cost to run as my 4 cylinder daily.

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It has 140rwkw on 10psi and 750 newtons at the wheels.
Trans has a kit and a 3000 high stall and runs low 13s with 18s on nankang 40 series rubber.
Just a single B2 convertor, soon to be 2 and with around 16psi so it should see around 200+ at the wheels and with slicks dip into the 11s.
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heres a pic of a twin gas research setup

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ahh you got the lpg on!
hows it go with the dual throttles?

i found this lil setup on ebay
it corrupted my thoughts and makes me wanna ditch the 202 for a turbo V8 lol


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Old 18-01-08, 21:50   #45
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ahh you got the lpg on!
hows it go with the dual throttles?
u writing to me? if so.. it goes allot harder.. it hasnt got the punch of the line but uptop it strong as.. and allot cheaper on fuel to.. lol
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Old 19-01-08, 10:01   #46
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Go the big block BBQ.
Have u got any more pics of the car ?
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yeh i wa writing to u lol.
good to hear it goes alrite!
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Old 19-01-08, 11:26   #48
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yeh i wa writing to u lol.
good to hear it goes alrite!
thnx misk..

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Have u got any more pics of the car ?
yeah i got some.. but u wouldnt think much.. from outside it looks factory.. i look at it as a sleeper.. ill put em in my car thread..


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I love the sleeper look. Looks like a landcruiser. Very nice.
What type of power does it make ?
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I love the sleeper look. Looks like a landcruiser. Very nice.
What type of power does it make ?
not sure mate.. once it does 1500 kays on gas we need to take it back.. lean it out and get it dynoed.. hopefully 1 more week.. the motor is around 385 hp but we have noooo idea what that would make at the wheels.. its not a high revving race enging (even though its fucking fast) its mainly a towing car.. if we would of known how fun it is too drive.. we woulda put in a 502
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