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Old 20 September 2018, 09:54 PM
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been back up there today for some more mapping and they have done a great job of it. Wired in flex fuel and cal switch and mapped it on a 20% meth mix. Top job done and exceeded my expectations with how it would drive.

managed 592.8 bhp and 505lb of torque on a 20% meth mix. This is a 2.1 with a Scoobyclinic gt30 .63.

Top service from kev and the lads there as always.

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Jesus some result that
goinf soon myself
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Graph please
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Old 20 September 2018, 10:04 PM
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Yes really impressed with it. I wasnít expecting to get these gains with meth.
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Is pat mapping there anymore?
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Old 20 September 2018, 10:20 PM
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Not sure about pat mapping but beef mapped this. He has done maps on this for a while now and knows his stuff.
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Nice result Gaz. Anymore info on the spec? What boost are you running?
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Originally Posted by johnlogie View Post
Nice result Gaz. Anymore info on the spec? What boost are you running?
i will check on the graph but I think it was about 2 bar.

Cdb with a 2.1 stroker
k1 rods
wiseco pistons
acl bearings
l19 studs
tomei exhaust pulleys dialled in.
jdm big port heads with supertech valve train
competition stage 2 clutch and lightweight flywheel
scoobyclinic gt30 .63
gt spec exhaust manifold
rcm rotated kit
revolution exhaust
3 port boost solenoid
4 bar map sensor
rcm cone
fmic with rotated pipework
Lightweight crank pulley
parallel fuel rail kit
id1000 injectors
450lph in tank pump with wiring mod
Syvecs ecu with wideband, flex fuel and cal

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Very nice I bet that goes like a stabbed rat.
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Old 21 September 2018, 08:35 AM
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Originally Posted by Dave Y View Post
Very nice I bet that goes like a stabbed rat.

it threw it down on the way home so wasnít able to give it a good blast. Hopefully try it out later
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Happy days Gaz, that’ll be one fast car for sure, lovely amount of torque too, you’ll not be bothered by much on the road with those figures, hope you’ve got some good stoppers on the old girl??
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I was there a couple of weeks ago. what an amazing place - was like a kid in a sweet shop!!. Was well happy with the power mine makes - yours must be like a death trap lol
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Originally Posted by Pete View Post
Happy days Gaz, thatíll be one fast car for sure, lovely amount of torque too, youíll not be bothered by much on the road with those figures, hope youíve got some good stoppers on the old girl??
Thanks Pete. still on Brembos with performance friction pads. Think they will be next on the list to do.
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Originally Posted by pjarvis6666 View Post

I was there a couple of weeks ago. what an amazing place - was like a kid in a sweet shop!!. Was well happy with the power mine makes - yours must be like a death trap lol
yeah I know what you mean. I love looking around the others getting different ideas lol.
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Originally Posted by imprezagaz View Post


yeah I know what you mean. I love looking around the others getting different ideas lol.
Did you see the white one with the flat 6 1000hp conversion?- insane and very well built
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Originally Posted by pjarvis6666 View Post
Did you see the white one with the flat 6 1000hp conversion?- insane and very well built
yes. That is crazy. They said it was spinning in the rollers. Haha
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Originally Posted by imprezagaz View Post
been back up there today for some more mapping and they have done a great job of it. Wired in flex fuel and cal switch and mapped it on a 20% meth mix. Top job done and exceeded my expectations with how it would drive.

managed 592.8 bhp and 505lb of torque on a 20% meth mix. This is a 2.1 with a Scoobyclinic gt30 .63.

Top service from kev and the lads there as always.

Hi mate ,what did your car make without any meth?
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Came from there just last week for a service and Syvecs mod....Pats still their in his hideaway but his prodigy has taken over most of the practical mapping...he’s top notch and knows his stuff and very careful around customers cars as they all are,very good team up there that’s why I don’t mind making the trek from southeast london.SJ.
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Originally Posted by johno01 View Post
Hi mate ,what did your car make without any meth?
it did 504 on just vpower
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Great result that, massive gain with meth too. What boost was it without meth? 1.5 or something?
some lary cams and you'd brake the 600s .
any boost graphs?
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Originally Posted by imprezagaz View Post


it did 504 on just vpower

2.0 bar ???
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Old 01 November 2018, 10:17 PM
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It was 1.8 on vpower and 2.1 on meth. I sold the car around 3 weeks ago. Missing it already but It was just lethal as a weekend car.
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Originally Posted by bustaMOVEs View Post
Great result that, massive gain with meth too. What boost was it without meth? 1.5 or something?
some lary cams and you'd brake the 600s .
any boost graphs?
i believe the big gain in bhp is because it was a high compression engine. Canít remember the ratio now but the pistons were .23 above deck.

I donít have the graph anymore.
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Lol. Good figure. I'm running pretty much similar power in my classic. 2 bar was 577 / 530 on meth mix on my 2.5 running v5/6 sti heads . Love it .

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Originally Posted by imprezagaz View Post


i believe the big gain in bhp is because it was a high compression engine. Canít remember the ratio now but the pistons were .23 above deck.

I donít have the graph anymore.
can't of been higher compression, will have been lower compression to gain more top end, high compression will gain spool but then run out of puff at top end.
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Originally Posted by bustaMOVEs View Post

can't of been higher compression, will have been lower compression to gain more top end, high compression will gain spool but then run out of puff at top end.
That rings a bell. It was higher compression as on the previous sc46 it was at 1.8 bar at at 3400rpm. A higher compression wonít do as well on vpower but takes well to meth etc.
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