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  • fastgti69's Avatar
    Today, 08:55 PM
    fastgti69 replied to a thread Single Turbo Build in N54
    As Tony said, time for leak down. Those results look good
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  • fastgti69's Avatar
    Today, 08:49 PM
    Sweeeeet! Thank you Joe and Terry! I am definitely satisfied with my results from what I have gone through this week haha! Will have to take a look at my plugs again and check cyl 4. It was giving us some problems today, but we will get to the bottom of it. Another testing we did today was turbo filter and its restriction with the BMS Shorty VS KN 2510. The KN 2510 previously proved to be a restriction somewhere about 660whp with our Comp 6465 turbo testing. We removed the intake and automatically on same boost level and tune, we made another 25whp. Today on the dyno (Log 3) at 30 psi with BMS Shorty it made 752whp. We pulled the intake off on dyno (Log 2) and it made 757whp it only made 5whp difference. We can say that this filter will have negligible restriction for high hp applications such as this. Really happy with this outcome and dyno day!
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  • fastgti69's Avatar
    Today, 08:35 PM
    I had it routed back to my intake filter, but that's a no no LOL. I'll post in another thread what happened and my dumb 2k mistake. So for now it is VTA after the OCC yes, and I am using the AD fittings with blocked ports.
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  • ajsalida's Avatar
    Today, 08:30 PM
    Turing was a big fan of....Poles.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Today, 08:29 PM
    Yep, the Poles did it as early as 1932. So thanks to their work the machine was cracked despite German efforts to upgrade it and obscure the code. Unfortunately, since Poland was occupied, they could not exactly throw their efforts at continual cracking so they provided the British and French intelligence agencies with what they had. This had a great effect on the war effort and provided a major boost to the British. So yes, the Polish cracked it as I stated and the British got to piggyback off their efforts. For some reason people give the British all the credit kind of like the same morons who call Marie Curie French.
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  • j_hynson's Avatar
    Today, 08:26 PM
    j_hynson replied to a thread Single Turbo Build in N54
    Compression test results: 84,000 mile motor 1-170 2-170 3-175 4-165 5-162 6-162
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Today, 08:22 PM
    Hot on the heels of the Car and Driver 6-speed manual ATS-V test comes an 8-speed 8L90 automatic ATS-V test from MotorTrend. If we were to guess a deal was struck that Car and Driver would get to publish the numbers first but that MotorTrend would get the automatic press car to test. Magazine politics at work? Just a hunch. Anyway, the MotorTrend figures are more impressive showing 0-60 in 4.0 flat for the auto versus 4.2 for the manual. The 1/4 mile time for the automatic ATS-V is registered as 12.3 @ 114.6 miles per hour. Slightly less than the 115 trap speed recorded for the manual although 3/10's quicker. It also was not tested on a level track so we should in theory see better numbers eventually although these numbers are from a VBOX. It is not as quick or as fast as a DCT BMW M3/M4. Unless owners of the ATS-V come up with a miracle to top the 1/4 mile times we have been seeing from the F80 M3 and F82 M4. Once again, Caddy's boss was wrong about having the Germans whipped in power, torque, and acceleration. Ok, how about the handling? The skidpad figure is .98g or about a wash with the BMW M3/M4. MotorTrend did not delve into the steering feel or handling too much instead saving these details for an upcoming comparison to the BMW M3. That may be why we are missing their figure 8 test numbers. They did state it does feel like a driver's car. The brakes did not fade on the track. The ATS-V stopped from 60 miles per hour in 103 feet. They got 99 feet for the M3. Expect more details in their upcoming comparison as major ones are missing such as the curb weight. We wanted to see how much weight the automatic transmission adds. Regardless, this car is not an M3/M4 killer once again and is certainly not besting the C63 AMG in raw power or acceleration. Is it a better driver's car? Well, we await their direct comparison. 2016 Cadillac ATS-V Coupe BASE PRICE $63,660 PRICE AS TESTED $78,995 VEHICLE LAYOUT Front-engine, RWD, 4-pass, 2-door coupe ENGINE 3.6L/464-hp/445-lb-ft twin-turbo DOHC 24-valve V-6 TRANSMISSION 8-speed automatic WHEELBASE 109.3 in L x W x H 184.7 x 72.5 x 54.5 in 0-60 MPH 4.0 sec QUARTER MILE 12.3 sec @ 114.6 mph BRAKING, 60-0 MPH 103 ft LATERAL ACCELERATION 0.98 g (avg) EPA CITY/HWY/COMB FUEL ECON 16/24/18 mpg ENERGY CONS., CITY/HWY 211/140 kW-hrs/100 miles CO2 EMISSIONS, COMB 1.03 lb/mile
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  • ajsalida's Avatar
    Today, 08:12 PM
    http://www.bletchleypark.org.uk/content/hist/worldwartwo/enigma.rhtm
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Today, 07:32 PM
    Very cool race here between a Lamborghini Huracan that is stock except for an exhaust system and a modified C7 Corvette Z06. The Z06 is the same car we saw go 9.891 @ 141.64 in the 1/4 mile on E85. The Z06 also is a 7-speed manual car meaning driver skill plays a significant part. The first run is from a roll. The Huracan is given the hit and takes a lead. The dual clutch transmission helps hold off the Z06 on the first couple gear shifts. Once they get into higher speeds though the power difference shows and the Z06 just pulls away. It's clearly the more powerful car here. What is nice to see is that they also go from a stop. The advantage is squarely in the Huracan's court as it has all wheel drive. That is likely why the Z06 gets the hit off the line. It takes off but you soon see its tires go up in smoke. The Huracan quickly passes by it opening a lead thanks to its traction advantage and dual clutch transmission. Unfortunately we only get one camera angle but it is easy to tell the Huracan is ahead of the Z06 and holding it off. It takes an eternity for the Z06 to catch up which it eventually does. In a street matchup from a stop the Huracan has the advantage unless a Z06 is wearing drag rubber in anticipation of such an encounter. Very nice runs and high quality video to boot. The Huracan does an admirable job considering it is naturally aspirated and has less power and torque:
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Today, 07:29 PM
    It was the Polish who cracked the Enigma.
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  • Tony@VargasTurboTech's Avatar
    Today, 07:28 PM
    It doesn't change. The rail pressure does not directly effect AFR's, it just the common pressure the injectors are seeing, if it drops too low you will go lean because they can't deliver enough fuel for what the DME is requesting, but being above REQ doesn't effect anything as they DC of the injector is not increased.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Today, 07:25 PM
    Very cool race here between a Lamborghini Huracan that is stock except for an exhaust system and a modified C7 Corvette Z06. The Z06 is the same car we saw go 9.891 @ 141.64 in the 1/4 mile on E85. The Z06 also is a 7-speed manual car meaning driver skill plays a significant part. The first run is from a roll. The Huracan is given the hit and takes a lead. The dual clutch transmission helps hold off the Z06 on the first couple gear shifts. Once they get into higher speeds though the power difference shows and the Z06 just pulls away. It's clearly the more powerful car here. What is nice to see is that they also go from a stop. The advantage is squarely in the Huracan's court as it has all wheel drive. That is likely why the Z06 gets the hit off the line. It takes off but you soon see its tires go up in smoke. The Huracan quickly passes by it opening a lead thanks to its traction advantage and dual clutch transmission. Unfortunately we only get one camera angle but it is easy to tell the Huracan is ahead of the Z06 and holding it off. It takes an eternity for the Z06 to catch up which it eventually does. In a street matchup from a stop the Huracan has the advantage unless a Z06 is wearing drag rubber in anticipation of such an encounter. Very nice runs and high quality video to boot. The Huracan does an admirable job considering it is naturally aspirated and has less power and torque:
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  • kong24680's Avatar
    Today, 07:19 PM
    Someone go back in time and bring back Alan Turing. If he could crack the enigma machine, I'm sure he can crack this tcu!
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  • The Convert's Avatar
    Today, 07:13 PM
    The motor isn't a traditional open deck, but sleeves would probably be a good idea even for the 700whp and up guys(assuming you're trying to stay reliable long term)...enough power long enough will kill anything. Time will tell though.
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  • ajm8127's Avatar
    Today, 07:07 PM
    What does AFR look like through the transition? Can't really tell because of the scaling of the y-axis.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Today, 06:45 PM
    The Germans over at Autobild got their hands on the new C7 Corvette Z06 and their testing shows incredible performance figures. Specifically its laptime around the Sachsenring course in Germany. Let's put the Corvette laptime in context with some stiff competition. Here are the top 10 Sachsenring laptimes: 1. Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Z06 1:30.47 2. Porsche 911 Turbo S (991) 1:32.51 3. Ferrari 458 Speciale 1:32.76 4. Lamborghini Huracan LP 610-4 1:32.84 5. Porsche 911 Turbo (991) 1:32.92 6. Porsche 911 GT3 1:32.97 7. McLaren 650 S 1:33.15 8. Porsche 911 Turbo S Cabriolet (991) 1:33.23 9. Mercedes SLS AMG Black Series 1:33.38 10. Porsche 911 GT2 RS 1:33.51 The Z06 beats its next closest rival, the Porsche 911 (991) Turbo S , by over two seconds. In other words, an eternity. That is an epic beatdown. The course itself is 2.28 miles long and fairly tight and technical with long sweepers featuring elevation changes. The track is well known in MotoGP circles. For the Z06 to crush the 911 Turbo S laptime to such a degree on this circuit is impressive. Incredibly impressive. Especially considering it was done by the Germans who dethroned their own German car they love to worship.
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  • 3000gt MR's Avatar
    Today, 06:36 PM
    They both make identical power and tq at 5250. From what i can tell just looking at the graphs is that the comp 64 and the pte 64 has very close spool curves but around 5k the pts has the same power curve as his 67. So basically comp64 + comp 67= PTE 64. Terry do you have the other graphs to overlay?
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  • alex@ABRhouston's Avatar
    Today, 06:34 PM
    we're working stuff.
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