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    Small update, sr16 cams in hand in a few weeks will start the rebuild.
    I was born and bred and still live in the West Indies. I live under a coconut tree on the white beach sands and drink rum all day long. I drive my race car in short pants with open toed rubber slippers and my helmet is a Straw Hat with a tight shoelace round the neck.

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    B15 rebuild underway!!
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    Nice build going on here. I will be following this going forward.

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    So I bought a block yesterday, project will be back on track for the new year.
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    small up date switching to a ve oil pump and i bought a new turbo. I bought a comp ct3 6262 t3 .82 billet journal bearing from maperformance.
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    It has been a long few weeks however I have everything in hand aside from my pressure plate which should be here in a week or two. Moving forward I was wondering If anybody has pushed the stock cams with a 62mm, rather than just swapping them out. I would be interested in seeing a graph if anyone could help me, I have the sr16 cams in hand but based on my power target as well as my old vd graph I am beginning to think I don't need to use them. So I will be off to the machine shop on Monday and the rebuild would begin as soon as the machine shop is finished. Also comp messed up my order a bit and sent a .63 turbine housing, but because of where I live it is less trouble for me to test it out and buy a .82 later if it poses a problem rather than sending it back. So any input on the stock cams and the impact of the .63 would be appreciated.
    I was born and bred and still live in the West Indies. I live under a coconut tree on the white beach sands and drink rum all day long. I drive my race car in short pants with open toed rubber slippers and my helmet is a Straw Hat with a tight shoelace round the neck.

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    So we got some time and we put the motor together and mounted it into the car.
    The changes are:
    8 counter weight crank
    forged rods and pistons
    cosworth gasket 1.8mm
    arp headstus
    sr16 cams
    comp 6265 .63
    Act 6 puck unsprung with a extreme pp






    A welded gearbox case






    Then we did a quick mock up of the turbo and manifold just to make sure it cleared the radiator.



    The plan is to get the car running do some virtual dynos, add an xessive plenum rewire the car, then repair the body
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    I was born and bred and still live in the West Indies. I live under a coconut tree on the white beach sands and drink rum all day long. I drive my race car in short pants with open toed rubber slippers and my helmet is a Straw Hat with a tight shoelace round the neck.

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    Awesome build
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    im eager to see the outcome and your dyno graph power band
    Car : Sentra B14 | Engine : SR20DET | Turbine : GT28 | Tires : Yokohama S-Drive | ECU : Unichip Q | WHP : 270ps | WTQ : 30kgcm

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    Few small updates we modified a Gtir fuel rail to use some top feed injectors some of the new type Bosch 1000cc from a Subaru as I was already using 850cc side feed injectors designed for Subaru the clips were the same, a little drilling was done to the intake manifold beneath where our stock injector seal sits because the ve seals were to large aside from that it was an easy back yard mod, we made the Gtir rail twin entry and moved the fuel pressure regulator to the center of the rail , this was more about getting the Gtir rail to fit and not about improving fuel flow because I know twin entry rails are more of a concern for a straight 6 rather than a 4 banger.

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    Good luck with the rebuild!
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    So allot of ups and downs the last few days, we got the car finished and the first start went well,[IMG][/IMG]

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    As we were driving the car home a short distance away from the bat cave, we pulled into the gas station and the car refused to start after we turned it off to add petrol. We pushed the car from the pump a friend who was in the area provided transportation back to the bat cave and the ecu was wiped and the map reloaded, the car started on the first swing and I drove home. Yesterday I woke up checked all my fluids checked for leaks and all was well, I decided to drive the car to work get the work in kms out of the way.I made two stops on the second stop the car did not start on the first swing, nor on the second on the 3rd swing I saw smoke coming from the ecu from the main board section........... I jump out disconnected the battery and went to work after work I got a tow truck home. This morning I pulled out the ecu opened it and had a peep something was burnt on the board not being electrically inclined in anyway I waited for the Calvary to arrive. We pulled out the harness ( I had a clean spare harness) and a nemu rt ecu was installed .... On the positive side first driving impressions were good the car felt very strong and willing i have not been over 3000 rpm but the engine and box feel good the comp makes allot a similar whistling noises like the borgwarner and the sr16 cams help allot with noise, will update when we are driving again.
    I was born and bred and still live in the West Indies. I live under a coconut tree on the white beach sands and drink rum all day long. I drive my race car in short pants with open toed rubber slippers and my helmet is a Straw Hat with a tight shoelace round the neck.

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    I really like the nemu it is nice stuff, easy to work with, the injectors were duds the were resized items from an audi and we had a lot of issues controlling them, swapped them out for a set of msd 780s to get some break in miles done, I ordered a set of fic 1150cc old metal body type. The car has 90kms on it now and the worse seems behind.
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    Drove the car to work this evening, I will clean it after 150kms
    will put on exhaust tomorrow if time allows
    exhaust is really no rush the sr16 cams are so quiet.
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    Nice build.

    You will really like the FIC injectors. The latency matching as well as flow matching of sets is what makes using them so easy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by D-Unit121 View Post
    Nice build.

    You will really like the FIC injectors. The latency matching as well as flow matching of sets is what makes using them so easy.
    Good to know thanks. I should have them by this weekend
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    so I was driving going over a hill I suddenly had no drive and a whining noise, could select all the gears but no drive,I am a little disappointed that I have to lift the motor out again but I am not phased, there is a loud rattle when the clutch is pushed in and the car is in neutral, we suspect something happened to the clutch will post pics when we drop the engine and box.
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    So I pulled the engine and box yesterday. The clutch is the culprit
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    I didn't know that solid hub clutches give these issues, until it was pointed out to me by another forum member. Ill order a clutchnet 4 puck sprung as the springs are encased
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    I have had the clutch for almost two weeks but I have not had the time to work on the car hopefully this weekend the opportunity will arise.

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    Hopefully this resolves the drive line woes, it is going in with the act xtreme pp.
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    Awesome build bro, keep them updates coming

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    So we put the engine and box back in the car, the 4 puck sprung clutch is so much smoother to use, I think I am a clutch net guy from here on out. It so much easier to manipulate it makes driving so much more fun and the 4 puck is not as grabby as i assumed it would be.

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    we made an adjustment to the screamer pipe again ..lol this is the 3rd time it now sits in front of the turbo

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    So some new tyres and an oil change and the car will be tuned to waste gate pressure which is around 14psi.
    will share the results when I am finished.

    once I do not get anymore unforeseen setbacks, it will be to the body shop next year and some new suspension, and some 1/8 mile and 1/4 mile slips
    I was born and bred and still live in the West Indies. I live under a coconut tree on the white beach sands and drink rum all day long. I drive my race car in short pants with open toed rubber slippers and my helmet is a Straw Hat with a tight shoelace round the neck.

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    wrap that wastegate screamer pipe shit gets hot and looks close to the radiator hose
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    cool
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    Any updates?
    8H6 gang

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    I have a few updates,I changed the ecu to a haltech platinum 1000 pnp... I really like it, only issue is the logs are jumbled and it would be a lot of work to get the csv files in order to run a virtual dyno ........ but at 11.6 afrs the fic 1150 are at 72 % duty cycle along with a 750cc water meth jet in the top of 2nd gear at around 8000 rpm redline is 8500, full boost is 5200 rpm and positive pressure happens around 3800 or so according to the haltech logs. My msd coil died last night so we were unable to finish tuning the car, might be adding some k20 coils and ill be putting the exhaust back to the rear the side exit does not seem to provide a significant advantage at my power level.
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    I was born and bred and still live in the West Indies. I live under a coconut tree on the white beach sands and drink rum all day long. I drive my race car in short pants with open toed rubber slippers and my helmet is a Straw Hat with a tight shoelace round the neck.

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    time for some vag coil on plugs

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    So I decided I wanted to make the car more streetable ....changed my manifold again in attempts to get my ac back in .

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    Few small updates,I am now running k20 coil packs and I managed 7.52 @ 100mph in the 1/8th mile @ 22psi... on sunoco 260gt 104 fuel. will add some pics later. The deceptive site warning was keeping me at bay. I am hoping to improve that 1/8th mile time by warming my tyres better and improving my 1.8 60 ft.
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    Before coil packs and clean.
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    my best time slip
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    race shots
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    ordered an xessive plenum from gspec and ford 75mm tb (thanks for the input @ victor mercado). Anybody has a before and after with an xessive on a boosted car ? Would be interested to see some gains.
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    So with the plenum I only managed to remove 1/10th from my best time 7.45 @ 100mph the big concern however was i did 7.4 @ 100 mph 3 times @ 22 28 & 30psi. it was a hot day so i asked some of the other guys about inlet temps mine was the average. My guys suggested that the .63 turbine housing on the 6265 could be choking, but even with the .63 the turbo should support 680-700hp ...which i cant be because 100mph in the 1/8th does not reflect that. In a practice pass one of the clamps on my turbo intake broke and the car sucked in the silicone hose and lost power I then noticed all of the other guys in my bracket were using 4" intakes. I hope that the larger turbo intake helps me ........any input on the .63 turbine end being to small.
    I was born and bred and still live in the West Indies. I live under a coconut tree on the white beach sands and drink rum all day long. I drive my race car in short pants with open toed rubber slippers and my helmet is a Straw Hat with a tight shoelace round the neck.

 

 
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