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  1. I should have said that it was with a stock fuel pressure as well.
  2. Diy Tuning

    It's all pretty easy to work out if you know what things are doing and why they are doing them. The only thing you need to bench test and get 100% right is the dead times at various pressures which cant be done with guess work.
  3. The Off Topic Thread.

    I spose I can just swap the rears around and then I've got a whole nuther skid to do.
  4. The Off Topic Thread.

    Oopsie I may have overdone that skid I did...I went for a quick drive up the street and there is wire slapping the wheel well.
  5. Cool Stuff You Just Bought

    Well I pulled my finger out and ordered a girdle, arp main studs and some 28mm head stud washers. At least I can get started with that to measure some crap in the block and then go from there.
  6. My bosch 1000's were at 50% at 17.25psi/6100rpm on 98 with 0.8ish lambda. No idle issues running stoich on 98 and still had something left at 21psi on e85 (I didn't check how much though). That will give some idea about the necessity of having "1000cc" injectors. Haha I recommend that size cos they work on 98 and there's headroom for e85 but they are overkill for most cars.
  7. Diy Tuning

    There is a funny entry in the breakpoint calculation that you did but the rest looks pretty good. I didn't bust out the calculator though, I just kinda eyeballed it.
  8. The Off Topic Thread.

    Haha you're probably right. Ask me in a couple of months when the rego runs out on the vn.
  9. The Off Topic Thread.

    Realistically all I have to do is pull a couple of things off the block and head, order parts and drop it off somewhere. I'm not missing driving my car though so yerrrr....2 weeks
  10. The Off Topic Thread.

    Woohoo Thursday!!! I had planned to make a start on my car at the start of this week but the dude who offered to sort out the machining is uncontactable. Lol bullet dodged? Anyway, now I have to find another shop and the pita is, is because I live in farken whoop whoop, it's likely that a fark load of driving will be involved to get it done. Ain't nobody got time for gallivanting about the countryside. I think I'll just put it off for "2 weeks".
  11. It'll be fine on e85 but would likely have low pw issues on 98. Not ideal but not the end of the world either. To clarify my 70% idc estimate, head over to the injector dynamics fuel flow calculator and see what you get when you plug in a 3 bar base fuel pressure, 0.78 lambda and 25 psi boost pressure. Generally you wouldn't choose an injector that big but there are reasons that you might do so, such as headroom or just having them lying around.
  12. You mean apart from the bigger turbo, external gate, custom larger than stock exhaust, trans cooler, aftermarket ecu, custom intank setup, twin feed fuel rail and running e85? Depending on fuel pressure, boost pressure, afr and rpm that we've seen stock motors do, the injectors could be up around 70%. I doubt they'll push the car there though. They might just be leaving some headroom for a built motor down the track. Haha mebbe that's just what they had lying around.
  13. What Made You Feel Good Today

    Haha yep they're hungry little buggers.
  14. What Made You Feel Good Today

    I know dem feels. This is my part of my freezer on shopping day and there is already a loaf and a half out and 5 litres of milk in the fridge. This will last us about two weeks give or take.
  15. The Off Topic Thread.

    Something something graphics cards.


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