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« on: April 27, 2011, 11:03:13 PM »

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The compression ratio is 14-14.5:1 can't remember exactly.Still using 79.5mm bore with a little more pistion to cylinder clearance.We need to keep the block as rigid as possible with such high cylinder pressure.

Cunningham rods,diamond pistons,total seal rings,comp cams valve springs,valves form techtonics tuning reworked to be setup with solid lifters,Fass electric fuel pump. A-pump form 4bt cummins with 10mm plungers and maxed out fueling (250cc's).Cummins nozzles 5x.017" (I think),Turbo's are from 4 and 6 cyl hino engines.Kind of proud to say that both turbo's and exh manifold are ebay stuff .Probably have $300-400 into the turbo's and manifold.

Still has stock cam and crank.probably could use a better cam but aparently a hydraulic cam would'nt be correct to use with solid lifters even though I'm using a the stock cam which was made for hydraulic.I'm confused about the difference between solid lifter cam's and hydraulic cam's ??

Last years dyno with different turbo's made 345 whp @ approx 4100rpm.I think we should be 400-450 bhp this time around
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« Reply #1 on: April 28, 2011, 01:16:42 PM »

ovog se treba sjetiti....
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« Reply #2 on: April 28, 2011, 08:34:56 PM »

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« Reply #3 on: April 29, 2011, 11:33:07 AM »

Dare, ovi govore o 10mm pumpi a ti si govorio o 11mm... o cemu se radi...

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« Reply #4 on: April 30, 2011, 06:23:07 AM »

Dare, ovi govore o 10mm pumpi a ti si govorio o 11mm... o cemu se radi...


Da to je original pumpa sa elementima od 10mm(nije od VW-a) a ovo sto budem radio ce bit 11mm elementi mozda.Jel kad sam pricao sa bošistom zdanji put onda su nastali problemi,prvo mi je rekao da moze to napraviti sad nakraju nemoze Malo me iznerviro al bitno je da je odmah cijenu ispalio al nema veze sto nemoze odradit to A inace to se stavljaju drugi elementi od 9 do 13 mm u original pumpu al to treba narucit posebno zato sto navodno nema kod nas pa je problem jbg.Ustvari moje je misljenje da bi se to rijesilo samo imam neki dojam da se to njemu neda radit.
Znači samim povečanjem elemenata u pumpi povećava se dovod goriva i dobijanje snage,naravno ide se i sa vecim protokom dizna + veci turbo ili kao ovo na slikama i to je to heh.U biti nije skupo nesto za uradit a nije nekakav problem naravno ako ima tko uradit.Čak neka ekipa radi povečanje obrtaja isto na samoj pumpi sto mislim iskreno da nije nesto pametno.
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« Reply #5 on: May 01, 2011, 02:33:27 PM »

To me podsjeca na strogo cuvanu tehnologiju pumpi koje se koriste na tenkovima...
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