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Old 09-10-2015, 10:30 AM   #41
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Correct, it's not a static loss. The more power you make, the higher the percentage.

I remember arguing about this with Corky a time or two on here.
backwards
the percentage is smaller, but the actual power number is higher.
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the percentage is smaller, but the actual power number is higher.
I can buy that. It's early.

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Have you measured your IQ?
you know... here in italy we have only spaghetti and tortellini test...

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what about driver train loss?

or maybe actually post up a proper question for discussion, with like, you know, details?

but that's only if you're actually trying to have a valid discussion
details? you mean my blood group or bank account number?
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Is there any reason you are staying with the 1.6 over going with a 1.8? Once you hit the point of wanting to build the motor it really does not make sense to build the 1.6 over the 1.8, and the 1.8 gives you much better results then the 1.6.
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Is there any reason you are staying with the 1.6 over going with a 1.8? Once you hit the point of wanting to build the motor it really does not make sense to build the 1.6 over the 1.8, and the 1.8 gives you much better results then the 1.6.
sure, to stay in 'turbo junior' time attack class (under 1.6 lit.)
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details? you mean my blood group or bank account number?
Yes details.
Like, are you asking for advice, in which case what is your planned use of this 300hp, what is the budget, what are the limitations or regulations (some places you're forced to use 1.6 and swaps are illegal)

actual details.

That way we know if you're just wasting everyone's time or actually want proper input.


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sure, to stay in 'turbo junior' time attack class (under 1.6 lit.)
See, this is a detail that you didn't include originally. IF you leave stuff out, your thread will suck, and you won't get much help

You need to actually put some effort into asking questions if you want good answers
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1.6 limit was actually on the title, i would use it both on street and track...
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Old 09-10-2015, 10:59 AM   #48
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im willing to accept it's not a static loss, but im not willing to accept it's a static % loss.
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You have to be specific with this stuff:

-"I can't upgrade to 1.8 due to class regulations"
Would have been helpful and prevented a bunch of sarcastic comments.

.....anyway, what is the best fuel available to you? do you guys have e85?
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i saw sarcasm is favourit feeling when replying to a 'noob' asking for something here...


anyway, best fuel is pump 95 or 100 RON
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So stop kidding stop thread?
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How much are you willing to fabricate yourself? What's the budget range? Needs to be able to live on the track right?


You'll want to throw away the stock coils, don't even bother with the toyota cops. Go straight to the chevy ls coils or the IGN-1A coils from DIY.

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MKTurbo setup with ALL the boost and a built bottom end. Port the **** out of the head.
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MKTurbo setup with ALL the boost and a built bottom end. Port the **** out of the head.
Heyyyyy! That's what I said!


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That looks like Dr Weird's lab.

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MKTurbo setup with ALL the boost and a built bottom end. Port the **** out of the head.
I think my setups will hit 300whp in a 1.6, but you will be running all of it. Honestly though you will be running all of it with whatever turbo you get on a1.6 to get 300whp. Newbsauce on here had a build motor and a 2871 with a ramhorn manifold and it took him about 20psi to make 300whp or so.
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He doesn't want 300 real horsepowers. He wants 300 crank horsepowers.
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280 wheelie horses should be easier.
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280 wheelie horses should be easier.
maybe 260/270 Whp are ok...

but again the question was what would you use to hit that target and not what i should use...
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maybe 260/270 Whp are ok...

but again the question was what would you use to hit that target and not what i should use...
We wouldn't try to hit that target. We would all swap in built vvt motors, put on an efr, and then **** umbrella girls.

Or buy this setup and call it a day.

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