Postby dented on Mon 28/Aug/06 9:08pm

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Postby Monolith on Mon 28/Aug/06 9:18pm

I now have a nissan in place of two subarus :p
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Postby GraemeWi on Mon 28/Aug/06 9:21pm

Is that an Autec version? Looks good!
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Postby dented on Mon 28/Aug/06 9:45pm

Thats Manfeild! I find the grip on that track is terrible unless you have very new, very good tyres. Looks like its working Ok there for ya :)
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Postby Logger on Mon 28/Aug/06 9:57pm

WOOTZOR!!!! MY little Honda just cracked 115 kw at the wheels today on the dyno. Assuming a 25 percent loss through drivetrain she's making 190hp at the flywheel.
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Postby mudguard on Mon 28/Aug/06 10:00pm

Oooh, glad to see the mods have made improvments. Thats a big jump for NA.
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Postby Logger on Mon 28/Aug/06 10:01pm

mudguard wrote: Oooh, glad to see the mods have made improvments. Thats a big jump for NA.


Haha yeah, pulls like a schoolboy too!!
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Postby Monolith on Mon 28/Aug/06 10:35pm

GraemeWi wrote: Is that an Autec version? Looks good!


nah, not the 2L autech... 1600 VVL (nissan equivalent to VTEC) and goes better than the old turbo forester!

I was using a 2 day old set of SO-3 bridgestones on manfield, and melted the fuck out of them! :crazy:
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Postby Monolith on Mon 28/Aug/06 10:36pm

KeeweeLogger wrote:
mudguard wrote: Oooh, glad to see the mods have made improvments. Thats a big jump for NA.


Haha yeah, pulls like a schoolboy too!!


good result there - dyno plot looks interesting :thumbsup:
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Postby Datsane on Mon 28/Aug/06 10:59pm

Monolith wrote:
GraemeWi wrote: Is that an Autec version? Looks good!


nah, not the 2L autech... 1600 VVL (nissan equivalent to VTEC) and goes better than the old turbo forester!

I was using a 2 day old set of SO-3 bridgestones on manfield, and melted the fuck out of them! :crazy:
Thats that blue top motor aye
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Postby Monolith on Tue 29/Aug/06 6:12pm

indeed it is... goes very well for a 1600. Have since changed the front bumper to one of the autech ones, to get rid of the pig-nose bumper it had :D
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Postby Logger on Tue 29/Aug/06 7:15pm

Monolith wrote:
KeeweeLogger wrote:
mudguard wrote: Oooh, glad to see the mods have made improvments. Thats a big jump for NA.


Haha yeah, pulls like a schoolboy too!!


good result there - dyno plot looks interesting :thumbsup:


I think I spoke to soon. Car started emitting a bit of white smoke when accelerating after engine braking down a hill. Dad thinks it could be a valve stem seal or a failed oil control ring. I'm fearing the worst as with 12 dyno runs it had a fair bit of stress on it. Will carry out some tests when I next come home.
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Postby Datsane on Tue 29/Aug/06 9:14pm

KeeweeLogger wrote:
Monolith wrote:
KeeweeLogger wrote:
mudguard wrote: Oooh, glad to see the mods have made improvments. Thats a big jump for NA.


Haha yeah, pulls like a schoolboy too!!


good result there - dyno plot looks interesting :thumbsup:


I think I spoke to soon. Car started emitting a bit of white smoke when accelerating after engine braking down a hill. Dad thinks it could be a valve stem seal or a failed oil control ring. I'm fearing the worst as with 12 dyno runs it had a fair bit of stress on it. Will carry out some tests when I next come home.
Did you run it in before the dyno runs?
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Postby Logger on Tue 29/Aug/06 9:31pm

Datsane wrote:
KeeweeLogger wrote:
Monolith wrote:
KeeweeLogger wrote:
mudguard wrote: Oooh, glad to see the mods have made improvments. Thats a big jump for NA.


Haha yeah, pulls like a schoolboy too!!


good result there - dyno plot looks interesting :thumbsup:


I think I spoke to soon. Car started emitting a bit of white smoke when accelerating after engine braking down a hill. Dad thinks it could be a valve stem seal or a failed oil control ring. I'm fearing the worst as with 12 dyno runs it had a fair bit of stress on it. Will carry out some tests when I next come home.
Did you run it in before the dyno runs?


Yes 800km worth, no pansying around but no raping of the poor little motor. It performed nicely on the dyno too :(
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Postby bombproofdhracer on Tue 29/Aug/06 9:46pm

KeeweeLogger wrote:
Datsane wrote:
KeeweeLogger wrote:
Monolith wrote:
KeeweeLogger wrote:
mudguard wrote: Oooh, glad to see the mods have made improvments. Thats a big jump for NA.


Haha yeah, pulls like a schoolboy too!!


good result there - dyno plot looks interesting :thumbsup:


I think I spoke to soon. Car started emitting a bit of white smoke when accelerating after engine braking down a hill. Dad thinks it could be a valve stem seal or a failed oil control ring. I'm fearing the worst as with 12 dyno runs it had a fair bit of stress on it. Will carry out some tests when I next come home.
Did you run it in before the dyno runs?


Yes 800km worth, no pansying around but no raping of the poor little motor. It performed nicely on the dyno too :(


haha good to see you reppin hondas on here too :thumbsup:
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