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      10-14-2009 06:26 PM #1016
      Good work

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      10-14-2009 07:59 PM #1017
      It's official :
      90 HP direct port on 24V - no problem

      It's working almost perfect on both engines.


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      10-14-2009 08:51 PM #1018
      Quote, originally posted by Rallye 1.8T »
      It's official :
      90 HP direct port on 24V - no problem

      It's working almost perfect on both engines.

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      10-15-2009 10:57 AM #1021
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      10-17-2009 10:02 AM #1022
      Can't see ****!

      Sounds sweet though!


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      10-18-2009 04:52 PM #1023
      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QMzTdYRxdd4

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IHadSiZ5-DQ

      fried clutch

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QMzTdYRxdd4

      Best time 11.9 with fried clutch and 90 BHP NOS.

      Next race, new clutches, 150BHP NOS


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      10-18-2009 05:14 PM #1024
      Quote, originally posted by Rallye 1.8T »

      Next race, new clutches, 150BHP NOS

      so odd to hear.

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      10-18-2009 05:41 PM #1025
      Quote, originally posted by Rallye 1.8T »
      Best time 11.9 with fried clutch and 90 BHP NOS.
      Next race, new clutches, 150BHP NOS

      I know you will improve the "time"

    11. 10-18-2009 06:11 PM #1026
      It should run low 10s with 150hp NOS

    12. 10-19-2009 02:02 AM #1027
      Quote, originally posted by mescaline »
      It should run low 10s with 150hp NOS

      traction is the enemy


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      10-20-2009 11:41 AM #1028
      Few pics from race

      Malo slika sa drugih foruma:

      http://lh5.ggpht.com/_YmkUGvrK...1.JPG


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      10-20-2009 06:45 PM #1029
      Bump because this is the sickest thread ever.


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      10-20-2009 11:48 PM #1030
      Well, I just read this whole thread, at least the important posts anyhow. Really cool idea, it will be nice to see it on the 150 shot for each motor.
      Seems like everybody gets so caught up on one engine making more power than the other, but it doesn't matter at all.
      If one engine is making 200 horsepower and the other is making 150, then the 200 hp engine would be taking more load off the 150 hp engine. The speed wouldn't be an issue at all to control.

      Consider a 1000 kilo car with 300 horsepower and a 2000 kilo car with 300 horsepower.
      The accelerative force required to move the 2000 kilo car is theoretically twice that of the 1000 kilo car. Were you to double the power of the 2000 kilo car by adding another 300 horsepower engine to it, it will be the same power to weight ratio as the first car and function exactly like it in all regards (within reason of course).

      So, with one engine producing less power, the other motor will take up the slack so to speak, and allow the "weaker" engine to rev with a lighter load. It will not slow the other engine down because it is producing power and trying to accelerate, not slow down like in decel where engine compression and inertia is slowing down the internals.

      Ever taken a go kart up to top speed then gone down hill and it went even faster? It's because more load was taken off the engine allowing it to use its horsepower more effectively, due to the force of gravity.
      A second engine also creates force.


      Modified by gtiiiiiiii at 8:56 PM 10-20-2009

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      10-21-2009 12:26 AM #1031
      Well noted. The engines are the same. So their speed limit is the same, they will max out at the same velocity (in different amount of time based on the power, if they were taken independently). It's just that the one with more power output will end up doing most of the work.

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      10-22-2009 05:47 PM #1032
      Quote, originally posted by gtiiiiiiii »
      Well, I just read this whole thread, at least the important posts anyhow. Really cool idea, it will be nice to see it on the 150 shot for each motor.
      Seems like everybody gets so caught up on one engine making more power than the other, but it doesn't matter at all.
      If one engine is making 200 horsepower and the other is making 150, then the 200 hp engine would be taking more load off the 150 hp engine. The speed wouldn't be an issue at all to control.

      Consider a 1000 kilo car with 300 horsepower and a 2000 kilo car with 300 horsepower.
      The accelerative force required to move the 2000 kilo car is theoretically twice that of the 1000 kilo car. Were you to double the power of the 2000 kilo car by adding another 300 horsepower engine to it, it will be the same power to weight ratio as the first car and function exactly like it in all regards (within reason of course).

      So, with one engine producing less power, the other motor will take up the slack so to speak, and allow the "weaker" engine to rev with a lighter load. It will not slow the other engine down because it is producing power and trying to accelerate, not slow down like in decel where engine compression and inertia is slowing down the internals.

      Ever taken a go kart up to top speed then gone down hill and it went even faster? It's because more load was taken off the engine allowing it to use its horsepower more effectively, due to the force of gravity.
      A second engine also creates force.


      Modified by gtiiiiiiii at 8:56 PM 10-20-2009



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      10-22-2009 05:48 PM #1033
      I'm in Germany this week. So I visited KW factory

      At KW they decided to make a photosession for their homepage.

      Preparing for fotoshooting

      A little detailing

      Fotoshooting


      Remapped ECUs for more NOS and rev limiter moved from 6800 to 7500RPM

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BUkVxaPvMg4


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      10-23-2009 08:45 AM #1034
      congrats on the photoshoot.. Car is outstanding.
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      10-23-2009 07:38 PM #1035
      Photos by KW-suspension photograph


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      10-23-2009 09:32 PM #1036
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      what is it you do for a living. you dont have to answer that, but im intrigued.


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      10-24-2009 01:18 AM #1037
      I'm speechless

      Great pictures!!


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      10-25-2009 11:20 PM #1038
      is it fast?
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      10-26-2009 12:03 AM #1039
      run those dump tubes out of the car lol

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      10-26-2009 12:36 AM #1040
      WOW ! Im speachless

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      10-26-2009 12:47 AM #1041
      This has a very high WOW factor.. Just awesome..
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      10-26-2009 12:54 AM #1042
      Quote, originally posted by mujjuman »
      is it fast?

      Are u serious??


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      10-26-2009 09:07 AM #1043
      Quote, originally posted by mujjuman »
      is it fast?

      Not enough


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      10-26-2009 09:18 AM #1044
      Quote, originally posted by Rallye 1.8T »

      Not enough

      We you

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      10-27-2009 08:53 PM #1045
      interesting project.

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      10-27-2009 08:58 PM #1046
      Quote, originally posted by Rallye 1.8T »

      What do people (who haven't been watching this thread for ages) have to say about your car? What is the most common question you hear?


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      10-28-2009 09:35 AM #1047
      Quote, originally posted by orange1218 »

      What do people (who haven't been watching this thread for ages) have to say about your car? What is the most common question you hear?

      When they see Lupo , first words : '' Oh , Lupo V6! '' and then they see rear engine and there is no words, they just started laughing

      Common question are about syncronising engines


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      10-29-2009 04:51 PM #1048
      Freaking amazing. I love looking at this thread, keep it comin'!



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    34. 10-29-2009 07:57 PM #1049
      amazing question wat kinda of engine management are u using ?
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      Stock 24V ECUs

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