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Old 01-10-2012, 03:06 PM   #21
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Both of these are "not illegal" in your country.
You lost me.... i don't understand it anymore can you please explain it to me with a little storie.
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Old 01-10-2012, 03:07 PM   #22
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You lost me.... i don't understand it anymore can you please explain it to me with a little storie.
In America Holland is known for its decriminalized mairjuana and youthful prostitutes.
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Old 01-10-2012, 03:11 PM   #23
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ROFL.

Of course we have them,

But i like to spend my money on my car

I hope to get it back soon and i hope it wil make a good figure on the dyno, on this moment the wiring loom is getting placed and then it wil get mapped i hope.
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Old 01-10-2012, 05:24 PM   #24
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Very nice build! I'm going to link it to some friends of mine which are installing TRLane supercharger kit right now!

Subscribed for future developments!
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I don't understand can you explain please :P

What is JDM and why love the name ?
Your name is just fun to pronounce to an American ear.

And "JDM" stands for "Japanese Domestic Market" and refers to the Japanese-specific models or accessories Americans usually don't get and/or Japanese tuner culture.

The look of the gentleman in the picture I quoted is as archetypically "Euro" as Hustler's avatar is archetpyically Texan.
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Your name is just fun to pronounce to an American ear.

And "JDM" stands for "Japanese Domestic Market" and refers to the Japanese-specific models or accessories Americans usually don't get and/or Japanese tuner culture.

The look of the gentleman in the picture I quoted is as archetypically "Euro" as Hustler's avatar is archetpyically Texan.
Ok nice
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Did you take that M45 straight from a Cooper S? I know the pulley is made for one(I have an R53), and I'm assuming the BMW box was for the bypass valve from a Mini as well?
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Yep supercharger is straigt from a cooper S, And the bmw box is indeed the bypass valve
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Old 10-22-2012, 08:42 AM   #29
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Kick, project is ready for dyno

http://youtu.be/cAKhPQXbst4

Does anyone of you know how much HP i can aspect?

1.8 Engine 1999
Modified Head
Racingbeat Exhaust
450cc injectors
DTA S60 Standalone
15% pulley

Makes about 0,40 to 0,47 bar (6to 7psi) From loggin DTA
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220 hp, maybe.
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220 is high...180-190 is generally what the M45 will do unless spun like a bitch and heavily tuned...and intercooled.

Nice little project though, good parts selection and a nice clean car!
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220 Wil be great i'am aspecting 150+ on the wheels.

PS. I have a intercooler and a 15% pulley

Here are soms facts from the datalog a pull in 2nd gear:

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Old 10-22-2012, 01:31 PM   #33
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Holy crap I was way off.

Why put in so much time and effort for such little gain?
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Old 10-22-2012, 01:37 PM   #34
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Its nice to do and i hope to get a faster car and good basis.

Monday 29-10 it wil be on the dyno again, the first time with the original engine i made 102 WHP and 124nm, if i make 150whp i'am happy all above will be verry nice. I realy have no idea
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180,4 WHP
230,2 NM
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Sonny,
How did you configure the crank position and cam position sensors with the DTA ecu?

Nice fabrication work.
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Sonny,
How did you configure the crank position and cam position sensors with the DTA ecu?

Nice fabrication work.
With crank position sensor missing 1 teeth.
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