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09-26-2013, 06:27 AM
crash at 4:43
But I think they're all centrifugal.
All volumetric installs I know of are custom projects; no readily available kits.
Maybe the v8 isn't that suitable for a volumetric install. There's not much...
It would be nice to have more info on that kit indeed. A dyno run+afr info on a dynojet for comparison would be nice :)
When I read the ad twice, I'm not sure if you get the ecu included or...
I think the ECU included is a K-data M60 kdfi (alpha-N):
Nice to throw in a $650 ecu on that price.
The kit would probably look a lot better if black silicone hoses were used. The rubber isulation boot (with the tie wraps) wouldn't be so much noticable too..
I'm not sure what kind of ecu is...
It would be nice if the designer of the sc setup would give some information about his system.
All available sets have been designed with centrifugal superchargers afaik
I think the m62 engine...
I think the zip ties are just to hold some (sliced) silicone piping around some electrical cables.
It's quite a bit of money for an unknown kit with not so much documentation (no details of the...
09-01-2013, 09:05 PM
That all you guys are choosing between them.....
I want them both! :lol:
Nice save on the last video. This is an awesome car.
Lol yes that's true. Forgot about that.
The one who thought about this should get a prize:
Much easier than...
If you knock it out with a sledgehammer you can also replace the bearing.....
Another part that is probably even more stuck in the rear axle/suspension arm, just as the drive flange hub is (and you...
I presume the cv joint/half shaft side on the diff side is already loose?
You need a tool like this:
It will push the half shaft...
The one on the far left has a beard......
must have felt like this
Won't a non intercooled kit cause problems and power loss in a high temp climate?
haha thats true, you can't use the stuff that you've thrown away in the past ;)
Are you kidding? It looks like a bomb went off.....:D
Some old rusty engines in the back by the waste bins.....
Looks more like a junkyard breaking up cars :crazy::D
06-25-2013, 04:30 PM
That's never good news. If politics/goverment decide to act (no matter in what way), it is bound to limit driving pleasure (or at least driving pleasure as we see it).
I'm amaized that the...
06-13-2013, 09:30 AM
At some point during the crash you see his sunglasses flying across the screen...along with his common sense :D
If you drink&drive and you injure someone even without being your fault, you still pay the price and the insurance company wil recollect that money on your account until eternity, so...
Always sad to hear this, but it could have gone much worse. (you know, e.g. hitting another car with a family&young kids etc)
06-10-2013, 08:56 PM
He's driving on a public road. The corner he steers into is a blind corner. Regardless on how familiar he could have been with that corner and if he may or may not had lost his car in that corner, if...
06-10-2013, 09:52 AM
I've installed the Schrick cams and swapped the helix gears, and I discovered some interesting things.
First of all: the front of the spline on the helix gear should be at TDC. This is how they were...
06-02-2013, 09:20 AM
Also if you look at performance maps of a lysholm 1600ax vs an eaton m62 (they're the most similar in the lineup in application) the low efficiency regions (you know, pressure ratio's of about 1.1 or...
06-02-2013, 09:06 AM
There is no buildup of boost in the set example. Basically it's just the moving of the parts (and there's about the same amount in the same configuration).
So there's no 'internal compression of...
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