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2012-09-08 15:16:00
wow, just wow

2012-09-08 16:05:32
hit me upp!
2012-09-08 17:08:04
good job jaime
2012-09-08 17:24:16
Mikes car?
2012-09-08 17:51:29

2012-09-08 17:52:55
Originally Posted by SR20GTi-R
Originally Posted by B15NEOVVL
Wow. Impressive numbers and yes, thank-you for sharing!

Questions, (if you don't mind):

1) Can you guess how much more whp you might make on this same set-up, with say 100 octane?
2) Also, with the same components but with say 14:1 and C14 or C16 fuel?
3) Why did you go smaller with the exhaust cam, is it because of the port work or ITB's?
3) Are these the custom cams that require work to the valvetrain or are they still under 12.5/6mm?

Appreciate anything you might have to say!

1. 100 octane will not do much. Higher octane only helps where a setup is knock limited. A lot of people do not know you will make less power NA as it takes more energy to burn 100 vs 93.

2. No real way to guess that. Higher comp will (in most cases) make more power. That number is determined by supporting mods.

3. There are a few reasons. Can't say much until other tests are done.

4. These cams are still small. No larger than a Kelford intake and Exhaust is smaller than the Kelford 184c.

Thanks for the answers, Jamie. I guess my first question (in a nutshell) was me wondering if you were knock limited at all. It's good to know you weren't held back in that regard.

Well, because of your answers I now have many more questions, more specifically about valve ratios, going plus size but with the same ratios, and possibly sizing the exhaust cam to the exhaust valves. Bah. I'll let you guys do your thing.

I think everybody needs to pause for a second (I certainly do) and realize that there is probably an incredible amount of work and experimentation that still needs to be done in VE land. This makes these numbers all the more impressive.

Keep up the good work!
2012-09-08 18:23:13
Good work!

So you are in early BTCC SR20DE spec numbers (280HP)... cool. Still on the budget compared to BTCC engines.
2012-09-08 19:01:02
Originally Posted by jagy
Good work!

So you are in early BTCC SR20DE spec numbers (280HP)... cool. Still on the budget compared to BTCC engines.

btcc 280whp was on what dyno?

Last edited by niZmo on 2012-09-08 at 19-06-03.
2012-09-08 19:16:48
i think its 280 crank hp
2012-09-08 19:36:32
Only difference is BTCC used the highly modified 54C engine.

Need moar newz!
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