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 Post subject: Re: Ausedwagons SUPERCHARGED! 260ishRWKW 750NM!
Posted: Tue Jul 02, 2013 2:37 pm 
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That looks awesome! I am getting a 100mm throttle body with my set up. Can't waite!

Your goin for the sprintex aren't you? What power you aiming for?

I should see 300 rwkw once I'm back on gas and have a fresh motor



Nah I ended up going for a whipple (auto rotor) full custom set up as a one off from Geoff. Water to air intercooler set up like the new fords. Paul is doing all the tuning for me also.

I am just saving up for a few things like the ecu (wolf) etc and then I will get it all installed.

I am hoping for around 300rwk from a standard bottom end.

Did you do anything to your head or is is just standard?


Standard head with a custom cam and upgraded springs and retainers



ok cool. I am going a similar path. I have got a AU tickford head, with better springs and retainers and will be running a billet cam. I had the head all cleaned up etc as I will be running vapour injection so I had the valves hardend.


What injection system you running?

 

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Posted: Tue Jul 02, 2013 4:16 pm 
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I am hoping for around 300rwk from a standard bottom end.

Did you do anything to your head or is is just standard?[/quote]

Standard head with a custom cam and upgraded springs and retainers[/quote]


ok cool. I am going a similar path. I have got a AU tickford head, with better springs and retainers and will be running a billet cam. I had the head all cleaned up etc as I will be running vapour injection so I had the valves hardend.[/quote]

What injection system you running?[/quote]

I will be running a emer system with 2 converters and larger injectors. Good for around 400rwk so plenty more than what I need.
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Posted: Wed Jul 03, 2013 8:04 pm 
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I'm looking at doing a charged setup as well, I've got some bottom end components coming, just some cast pistons, rods and rings though.

How does the T5 stand up to the charger?

Also would you go the Eaton M112 again or Sprintex if you could do it again?
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Posted: Wed Jul 03, 2013 8:09 pm 
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I'm looking at doing a charged setup as well, I've got some bottom end components coming, just some cast pistons, rods and rings though.

How does the T5 stand up to the charger?

Also would you go the Eaton M112 again or Sprintex if you could do it again?


Depends on what you want in the end. The sprintex can be intercooled where my only option has been methanol intercooler.

What boost you want and what power you chasing?

 

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 Post subject: Re: Ausedwagons SUPERCHARGED! 260ishRWKW 750NM!
Posted: Wed Jul 03, 2013 8:29 pm 
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ausedwagon wrote:
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I'm looking at doing a charged setup as well, I've got some bottom end components coming, just some cast pistons, rods and rings though.

How does the T5 stand up to the charger?

Also would you go the Eaton M112 again or Sprintex if you could do it again?


Depends on what you want in the end. The sprintex can be intercooled where my only option has been methanol intercooler.

What boost you want and what power you chasing?


Low boost, maybe 8psi and around 175-200kw at the rears.

I like torque though and I want something friendly to drive on the street.
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Posted: Wed Jul 03, 2013 8:41 pm 
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Damoo wrote:
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I'm looking at doing a charged setup as well, I've got some bottom end components coming, just some cast pistons, rods and rings though.

How does the T5 stand up to the charger?

Also would you go the Eaton M112 again or Sprintex if you could do it again?


Depends on what you want in the end. The sprintex can be intercooled where my only option has been methanol intercooler.

What boost you want and what power you chasing?


Low boost, maybe 8psi and around 175-200kw at the rears.

I like torque though and I want something friendly to drive on the street.


Talk to Paul at cve. His a snort dealer but the m112 at 9psi was exactly that. At 13psi it's a little bit of a pig but that's the limit of the j3

 

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 Post subject: Re: Ausedwagons SUPERCHARGED! 260ishRWKW 750NM!
Posted: Thu Jul 04, 2013 6:22 pm 
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Talk to Paul at cve. His a snort dealer but the m112 at 9psi was exactly that. At 13psi it's a little bit of a pig but that's the limit of the j3


Hi mate, awesome car, nice work.

In what way is it a pig at 13psi? I'm supercharging my daily soon and was planning to run around 12-13psi using a J3 chip and was hoping it would be a nice daily driver.

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Posted: Thu Jul 04, 2013 6:39 pm 
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Talk to Paul at cve. His a snort dealer but the m112 at 9psi was exactly that. At 13psi it's a little bit of a pig but that's the limit of the j3


Hi mate, awesome car, nice work.

In what way is it a pig at 13psi? I'm supercharging my daily soon and was planning to run around 12-13psi using a J3 chip and was hoping it would be a nice daily driver.

Cheers


the problem is that the j3 has limitations when it comes to "fine tuning" low boost, its great at WOT but low boost say 4-6psi its rich. i have a boost cut defender because its putting out more boost that the ecu and map can read.

ill be goin for a new ecu once i go back onto gas and then it will be alot better and the AFR will be smoother in the midrange and low boost (AKA driving normally)

im coming up to NSW for AFD late this month with a group of mates and where talking about coming back thru Canberra if your free while where there ill take you for a spin and show you.

 

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 Post subject: Re: Ausedwagons SUPERCHARGED! 260ishRWKW 750NM!
Posted: Thu Jul 04, 2013 6:53 pm 
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the problem is that the j3 has limitations when it comes to "fine tuning" low boost, its great at WOT but low boost say 4-6psi its rich. i have a boost cut defender because its putting out more boost that the ecu and map can read.

ill be goin for a new ecu once i go back onto gas and then it will be alot better and the AFR will be smoother in the midrange and low boost (AKA driving normally)

im coming up to NSW for AFD late this month with a group of mates and where talking about coming back thru Canberra if your free while where there ill take you for a spin and show you.


Ah ok I see what you mean. New ECU and tune should make it a dream to drive then :D

Yeah that would be good, keen to go for a ride in the beast!

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Posted: Fri Jul 05, 2013 12:48 pm 
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ausedwagon wrote:
the problem is that the j3 has limitations when it comes to "fine tuning" low boost, its great at WOT but low boost say 4-6psi its rich. i have a boost cut defender because its putting out more boost that the ecu and map can read.


This is interesting to read. With a boost mapped tune you can alter the amount of fuel delivered in the low boost area. I would have thought with more time on the dyno you should be able to sort that out.

If it's not a boost mapped tune then that'd explain it.

What injectors/reg are you running?

 

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Posted: Fri Jul 05, 2013 2:06 pm 
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ausedwagon wrote:
the problem is that the j3 has limitations when it comes to "fine tuning" low boost, its great at WOT but low boost say 4-6psi its rich. i have a boost cut defender because its putting out more boost that the ecu and map can read.


This is interesting to read. With a boost mapped tune you can alter the amount of fuel delivered in the low boost area. I would have thought with more time on the dyno you should be able to sort that out.

If it's not a boost mapped tune then that'd explain it.

What injectors/reg are you running?


um 42lb injectors i think and a adjustable regulator, with me going back to lpg soon its not worth spending the dyno time on the tune to get it better. its drivable and behaves itself 90% of the time. ide just gain a little bit of fuel economy round town.

 

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Posted: Fri Jul 05, 2013 2:22 pm 
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Out of curiosity once the car been tuned. If you dont thrash it, what sort of fuel economy are you looking at LPG vs Petrol?

I am setting mine up to run on both petrol and LPG also.
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Posted: Fri Jul 05, 2013 2:33 pm 
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Out of curiosity once the car been tuned. If you dont thrash it, what sort of fuel economy are you looking at LPG vs Petrol?

I am setting mine up to run on both petrol and LPG also.


im not on lpg atm, ill be straight gas injection once i have the coin for a ecu. atm round town i get 25l /100km and down to 9-12l /100km hwy

 

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No problems. Do you think your fuel economy will improve on LPG?
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should do, ill have a fresh motor around the same time and that will help a bit too.

 

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