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Posted: Fri May 12, 2006 11:37 pm 
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143rwkw 10.5:1 AFR /me curses Stock EEC
Prob closer to 150now with MS2.

The comment regarding rwkw claims and lack of MPH is very obvious. Plenty of 160-170rwkw cars running 93-95mph. 145Genuine rwkw should cut 95-96mph easy as pie.

 

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Posted: Fri May 12, 2006 11:40 pm 
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Walkinshaw wrote:
143rwkw 10.5:1 AFR /me curses Stock EEC
Prob closer to 150now with MS2.

The comment regarding rwkw claims and lack of MPH is very obvious. Plenty of 160-170rwkw cars running 93-95mph. 145Genuine rwkw should cut 95-96mph easy as pie.
my claims of 163.4 rwkw is backed up with dyno runs n plenty of 14 seconds slips n 93-95 mph speeds... nothing dodgy here...

 

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Posted: Sat May 13, 2006 12:07 am 
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fordfreak ef wrote:
Walkinshaw wrote:
143rwkw 10.5:1 AFR /me curses Stock EEC
Prob closer to 150now with MS2.

The comment regarding rwkw claims and lack of MPH is very obvious. Plenty of 160-170rwkw cars running 93-95mph. 145Genuine rwkw should cut 95-96mph easy as pie.
my claims of 163.4 rwkw is backed up with dyno runs n plenty of 14 seconds slips n 93-95 mph speeds... nothing dodgy here...


163rwkw ef should have more than 95mph.

You pull 95.6mph with 163kw, i pull 95mph with 146 rwkw. Thats 17rwkw difference on the dyno and .6mph difference on the track.

 

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Posted: Sat May 13, 2006 3:25 am 
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stockstandard wrote:
fordfreak ef wrote:
Walkinshaw wrote:
143rwkw 10.5:1 AFR /me curses Stock EEC
Prob closer to 150now with MS2.

The comment regarding rwkw claims and lack of MPH is very obvious. Plenty of 160-170rwkw cars running 93-95mph. 145Genuine rwkw should cut 95-96mph easy as pie.
my claims of 163.4 rwkw is backed up with dyno runs n plenty of 14 seconds slips n 93-95 mph speeds... nothing dodgy here...


163rwkw ef should have more than 95mph.

You pull 95.6mph with 163kw, i pull 95mph with 146 rwkw. Thats 17rwkw difference on the dyno and .6mph difference on the track.


theres a lot of variables tho:

reaction time
auto or manual
diff gears
traction off the line
gear change speed (not so important)
weight (toolbox, spare, sub taken out)

 

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Posted: Sat May 13, 2006 10:25 am 
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Slabz wrote:
stockstandard wrote:
fordfreak ef wrote:
Walkinshaw wrote:
143rwkw 10.5:1 AFR /me curses Stock EEC
Prob closer to 150now with MS2.

The comment regarding rwkw claims and lack of MPH is very obvious. Plenty of 160-170rwkw cars running 93-95mph. 145Genuine rwkw should cut 95-96mph easy as pie.
my claims of 163.4 rwkw is backed up with dyno runs n plenty of 14 seconds slips n 93-95 mph speeds... nothing dodgy here...


163rwkw ef should have more than 95mph.

You pull 95.6mph with 163kw, i pull 95mph with 146 rwkw. Thats 17rwkw difference on the dyno and .6mph difference on the track.


theres a lot of variables tho:

reaction time
auto or manual
diff gears
traction off the line
gear change speed (not so important)
weight (toolbox, spare, sub taken out)



all of the thing you list will have a big difference to the time you run. not so much the speed you run

 

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Posted: Sat May 13, 2006 10:36 am 
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stockstandard wrote:
fordfreak ef wrote:
Walkinshaw wrote:
143rwkw 10.5:1 AFR /me curses Stock EEC
Prob closer to 150now with MS2.

The comment regarding rwkw claims and lack of MPH is very obvious. Plenty of 160-170rwkw cars running 93-95mph. 145Genuine rwkw should cut 95-96mph easy as pie.
my claims of 163.4 rwkw is backed up with dyno runs n plenty of 14 seconds slips n 93-95 mph speeds... nothing dodgy here...


163rwkw ef should have more than 95mph.

You pull 95.6mph with 163kw, i pull 95mph with 146 rwkw. Thats 17rwkw difference on the dyno and .6mph difference on the track.


So, 95 mph TS, what was the ET?

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Posted: Sat May 13, 2006 11:35 am 
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my 95.6 was a 14.4 et..... havent seen too many e series running any faster than this for 145-180rwkws... seems theres quite a few cars that can lay claim to running 93-96 mph but be more 14.6-15.0 times...

 

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Posted: Sat May 13, 2006 1:44 pm 
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As tickford_6 said, getting good ET's is about traction, gear ratios, etc, but MPH is all about power:weight.

My ET was 14.8, which i dont think is to bad considering the 2.4+s 60's I was getting (3.08 open wheeler diff with not so great tires). If I finally got around to putting the 3.45 LSD in and got some good rubber the ET would drop probably to around 14.4's, but my mph would stay the same.

The only way to get significantly more mph is to make the car lighter or get more power. Since our cars would weigh about the the same, I would say if you were to run on the same dyno's I do you would be getting ~150rwkw.

 

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Posted: Sat May 13, 2006 1:48 pm 
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i lay claim to my old engine with an stock cam having 135RWKW
and i backed that up running 92MPH best time of 15.0

new engine is yet to be dyno'd or run at the strip

 

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Posted: Sat May 13, 2006 3:49 pm 
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Well all my figures i've eva got are in HP and dont really make much sense to me:

Old motor without cam dialed in 168RWHP
New motor with cam dialed in 158RWHP
New motor on dyno @ Tuning centre N/A 127RWHP

whats with that???

 

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Posted: Sat May 13, 2006 3:57 pm 
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SIM wrote:
Well all my figures i've eva got are in HP and dont really make much sense to me:

Old motor without cam dialed in 168RWHP
New motor with cam dialed in 158RWHP
New motor on dyno @ Tuning centre N/A 127RWHP

whats with that???



168hp is 123kw
158hp is 116kw
127hp is 93kw

 

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Posted: Sat May 13, 2006 4:04 pm 
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185rwkw, exhaust extractors cai and a custom edit!

 

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Posted: Sat May 13, 2006 4:08 pm 
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185rwkw, exhaust extractors cai and a custom edit!


f**k thats tough! 185 from an N/A Ba with basic mods. That is truly friggin awesome!

Have you ever driven an XR6T???
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Posted: Sat May 13, 2006 4:11 pm 
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SIM wrote:
Well all my figures i've eva got are in HP and dont really make much sense to me:

Old motor without cam dialed in 168RWHP
New motor with cam dialed in 158RWHP
New motor on dyno @ Tuning centre N/A 127RWHP

whats with that???
woot woot!! dont know what those dynoes have been "smoking" but thats some weird a** s**t right there..

 

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Posted: Sat May 13, 2006 5:23 pm 
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How many kw are standard EF falcons?

 

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