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Thread: 730rwhp, 530rwtq SR20VE-T S14 Build!!!!!!!!

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2016-01-22 04:02:48
#31
Dcpower sells a high out put alternator for the fwd and rwd det. I noticed a while back that the rwd cars with fan clutches the alternators aren't like the fwds. They don't like the extra load lol.
2016-01-22 04:09:19
#32
Yeah that may have to happen if this doesnt fix the issue. But its looking good seeing an extra 1 volt just at idle. Ill be doing some more pulls to see what happens in the logs once all is said and done.
2016-01-22 06:10:39
#33
I forgot to ask did you get the spedo working with the Z33 trans?
2016-01-22 11:42:48
#34
Or you could upgrade to a quest alternator using codyace brackets or make your own
2016-01-22 14:47:59
#35
He's running an s15 diff so the sensor is in the diff and using a signal converter, but yes speedo works and ems is seeing speed as well
2016-01-23 03:14:12
#36
Originally Posted by Boostlee
Or you could upgrade to a quest alternator using codyace brackets or make your own


True but that's just a 110amp isnt? The DC I think is 180amp.
2016-10-07 15:57:52
#37
In theory with something along a .96 or higher a/r & 6262 t4 bottom mount, do you think n1 cams are more suitable to make power to about 9500? ( i've searched the forums but no one is talking about big turbos or power levels of what I want my goal to be which is 700s)
2017-03-16 18:33:36
#38
Is there any reason the gti-r main bearings weren't used for this build? They're slightly beefier at 19mm vs 17mm to distribute the load a little better.

How's the response without the twin scroll items?
2017-03-16 20:18:11
#39
Originally Posted by Speedingmofa
Is there any reason the gti-r main bearings weren't used for this build? They're slightly beefier at 19mm vs 17mm to distribute the load a little better.

How's the response without the twin scroll items?


IIRC, The rod bearings are larger at 19mm vs all other SR20 rod bearings at 17mm. The mains are the same size, but utilize more oiling holes.
2017-03-16 20:51:49
#40
Oh now i feel silly. For some reason i thought the mains were also narrower.

Also interesting to see the std H bearings were used when the HX offers slightly looser clearances. For a high rpm like this one i would think the hx would be the way to go, no?
Last edited by Speedingmofa on 2017-03-16 at 21-13-38.
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