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Posted: Sat Jan 19, 2008 10:48 am 
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Some nice figures there - your MPH and my MPH are very similar - still got the stock converter in the trans ?

I hear a rumour that you do and but it stalls pretty high ?

Edit : MPH *were* similar when you were running 12.5s - what is your MPH now that you're running 11.6 ?

 

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Posted: Sun Jan 20, 2008 6:09 pm 
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Some nice figures there - your MPH and my MPH are very similar - still got the stock converter in the trans ?

I hear a rumour that you do and but it stalls pretty high ?

Edit : MPH *were* similar when you were running 12.5s - what is your MPH now that you're running 11.6 ?



lol, rumours...... i do have a std stall. my 12.5 kmph is 176 or something and the 11.6 is 188kmph...

 

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Posted: Sun Jan 20, 2008 6:45 pm 
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That is awesome stuff :)

What RPM do you leave the line on when stalling it up ?

What is your base idle fuel pressure with your 45lb injs ?

Can't wait to try and get mine running a bit more like yours :P

 

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Posted: Sun Jan 20, 2008 6:52 pm 
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That is awesome stuff :)

What RPM do you leave the line on when stalling it up ?

What is your base idle fuel pressure with your 45lb injs ?

Can't wait to try and get mine running a bit more like yours :P


its bout 2200rpm, hence the sluggish take off, base pressure is at 35psi,

 

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Posted: Sun Jan 20, 2008 7:06 pm 
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That's pretty good on the stall - my brakes need some adjusting - I can't stall over ~1700 / 1800 rpm :oops:

Good base idle fuel pressure - nice off boost economy too I presume ?

What duty cycle are your 45lb injectors going under full noise ?

 

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Posted: Sun Jan 20, 2008 7:13 pm 
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That's pretty good on the stall - my brakes need some adjusting - I can't stall over ~1700 / 1800 rpm :oops:

Good base idle fuel pressure - nice off boost economy too I presume ?

What duty cycle are your 45lb injectors going under full noise ?



its 17.8 dtc.... will be upgrading once new engine is in.....
economy? uses bout 40lts in 130km very good economy.... :cry:

 

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when mine was auto i could get it to stall to about 2700, with stock converter.

40lts in 130kms :shock: , thats bad really bad.

 

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when mine was auto i could get it to stall to about 2700, with stock converter.


Bastard - so going to fiddle with brakes some more :P

 

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fritzz wrote:
when mine was auto i could get it to stall to about 2700, with stock converter.

40lts in 130kms :shock: , thats bad really bad.


lol, thats too much sideways and not enought grandma driving....

 

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fritzz wrote:
when mine was auto i could get it to stall to about 2700, with stock converter.


Bastard - so going to fiddle with brakes some more :P


haha, just use your foot brake and hand brake. my car never thought about moving.

 

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Posted: Sun Jan 20, 2008 9:19 pm 
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when mine was auto i could get it to stall to about 2700, with stock converter.

40lts in 130kms :shock: , thats bad really bad.


lol, thats too much sideways and not enought grandma driving....


lol sometime for work i have to travel 200kms a day on highways, doing that i get about 550kms to a tank.

never really measured how much i would get when caning it. it probably wouldn't be to flash.

 

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i full tanked it the other day and got 300km out of a tank, thats a mixture of everything

 

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Posted: Wed Jan 23, 2008 3:14 pm 
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that is pretty bad, mine got better almost everywhere. even thrashing it, still got under 16L/100. now it's only got 3 gears it has got abit worse
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is your bottem end still standard if so how many k's your car done cause ive been looking at a snort kit and am worried about my bottem end holding up

 

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Posted: Mon Feb 04, 2008 7:12 pm 
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Bottom ends are strong - they keep going and going - head gasket would be your main area to pay some attention.

Sinan - what's the latest with your beast ?

 

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