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Old 07-20-2007, 11:18 AM   #1
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my set up is :

2.0 L Botom end with solid 350 lb billet of steel crank by Moldex,
power enterprise crank metal set ,
H-beam carrillo rods ,
Wiseco, feature an extremely short compression height, a low-friction moly coating and custom ceramic barrier coating with zylan skirt coating a 9:1 compression ratio,
custom oil pump with billet gears kit ,
ATI super dumper ,
TODAmetal gasket ,
TODA Valve Train Kit,
TODA Lock Lash Adjuster,
TODA cams ,
TODA cams gears ,
TODA timing belt ,
FEREA intake valve ,
FEREA exhaust valve,
ARP small bolt for main crank pulley ,
ARP head studs ,
ARP main cup studs ,
Flying Miata oil thermostat kit ,
MAZDASPEED motor mount ,
MAZDASPEED differential mount ,
MAZDASPEED low thermostat (68 c ),
KOYO 53mm radiator,
SAMCO radiator hoses ,
SARD radiator cap,
HKS circle eath kit ,
O.S. GIKEN twin clutch ,
RX7 FD3 tranny ,
CUSCO 1,5 LSD type RS,
GT 3540R turbocharger ,
JG EDELBROCK VICTOR X intake manifold,
80 mm custom throttle body
HKS 85mm titanium exhaust ,
GREEDY oil cooler ,
GREEDY TYPE RS BLOW OFF
GREEDY PROFEC B SPEC 2 boost control
HKS F-CON V-PRO 2 V.34 JAPAN VERSION ecu,
HKS V-PRO NAVIGATOR ,
SARD 1000cc injectors ,
ΟHLINS custom Separate Tank Type Suspension kit ,
KOSEI 17 whells ,
TOYO R888 tire,
BREMBO front calliper with 330 mm disk ,
stock rear calliper with 300 mm disk .

and i thinking about oil pump rev limit up.

HAVE ANYONE THIS PUMP ?

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Old 07-20-2007, 11:31 AM   #2
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So how much power you gonna be putting down? If its going to be less then what you would have made by swapping an LS1 into the car then its gonna make me a sad panda.
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He wants to know how high he can rev the billet oil pump gears etc. I think 8500-8800 but i have no direct experience could someone with real experience plaese post up.
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Old 07-20-2007, 11:44 AM   #4
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Whats Markp running his to? like 9k?
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Sorry for hijacking the thread... how high can I rev the motor w/ stock valve springs? (bottom end is fully balanced w/ pulley and flywheel attached).
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7400 rpm stock hla's suck
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Old 07-21-2007, 03:23 AM   #7
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Sorry for hijacking the thread... how high can I rev the motor w/ stock valve springs? (bottom end is fully balanced w/ pulley and flywheel attached).
stick with 7400... valve float is around 7900.. hlas suck... oil pump gears break over that.
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Old 07-21-2007, 10:18 AM   #8
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if you read my set up you see tha i have good valve springs
and billet oil pump gears
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I believe they were replying to Dhaark's thread-jack.

As for you billet gears, try contacting a company that makes them, such as miataroadster, and see if they have any data on rev limit.
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Old 10-19-2008, 04:18 AM   #10
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this is some photos but i have do changes i have now 60mm wastegate HKS
new turbo HKS TO4Z with .82 AR , i have rev limit 8500 rpm
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Holy ****, videos man!
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How about better pictures first.
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Nice setup CEO

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+1, more pics for sure. Flood this thread with pics. And tell us everything about that intake manifold.
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That is a pretty intense miata to be sure.
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Why a 60mm Wastegate, seems big for that setup? Planning on getting the thing down to 0-1 psi?

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Holy ****. He built what I wanted and can't justify spending! :(
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That is a sexy engine bay......ugg.

+1 on the intake manifold, as much info as possible.
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Why a 60mm Wastegate, seems big for that setup? Planning on getting the thing down to 0-1 psi?
i realy dont want it before i put it , but with the Tial 44 mm after
6700rpm my boost go up and up and up


now with Hks 60 mm external the pressure control its fine .

the hks its 60 mm induser and 44 exduser , isnt like tial 60 mm for both .
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