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    Thread: my R36 bigturbo build..

    1. 12-01-2008 09:30 AM #106



      almost done with the intake manifold(the tb is a 80mm)..i do not have the injector adaptors yet..but it will come.. maybe i will paint this intake manifold black..


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      12-01-2008 09:34 AM #107
      nahhh polish it, it looks great

    3. 12-01-2008 09:39 AM #108
      thanks maybe i will..as i see it, it can only look nice in black,grey or polish..
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      12-01-2008 09:48 AM #109
      compared to full weight mk4's they are

    5. 12-01-2008 10:03 AM #110
      maybe not..but the rallye im talking about runs the same times or even faster then mk 2s 4motion with r32 turbo with big power.it runs 10,3 on toyos 888..2.1bar on turbonetic t72 and nitrous makes some kind of hp/torque on a vr.
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      12-01-2008 11:49 AM #111
      Quote, originally posted by chrisbmx68 »
      compared to full weight mk4's they are

      FWD or AWD?

      My friend's Rallye VRT weighs the same as my Corrado VRT, both full road spec with full interiors, 17" road wheels, big brakes etc etc.... ~ 1300Kg.

      FWD MK4s also weigh ~ 1250 - 1330Kg

      AWD MK4s are ~ 1500Kg.


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      12-01-2008 02:42 PM #112
      so are you going to tap ports for your injectors ontop of the custom manifold?
      i see you already welded up the factory FSI ports. this thing is gonna be sick!!! wish i had the money to play around with such expensive engine/turbo setups!!

      good luck as i don't think you'll need it

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    8. 12-01-2008 02:45 PM #113
      Quote, originally posted by kevhayward »

      FWD or AWD?

      My friend's Rallye VRT weighs the same as my Corrado VRT, both full road spec with full interiors, 17" road wheels, big brakes etc etc.... ~ 1300Kg.

      FWD MK4s also weigh ~ 1250 - 1330Kg

      AWD MK4s are ~ 1500Kg.

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    9. 12-01-2008 03:09 PM #114
      yes the injectors will be in the runners on the new manifold..like on a 12v vr6..i have not welded the oem fsi injector holes..what you see on the pics is only paper in the holes.. i will have mascined pieces ho fits in the fsi holes.. not weld it..
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      12-01-2008 03:26 PM #115
      Quote, originally posted by VR6-GT42RS »
      what you see on the pics is only paper in the holes

      That should do


    11. 12-01-2008 03:29 PM #116
      i dont think so..
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      12-01-2008 07:21 PM #117
      i was on my crappy shop computer at work.. looked like some sloppy welds to me hahahhah. then i should have thought about the quality of the buil and realized it wasn't welded

      that's sick though. even cleaner then just welding it all shut. i can't wait to see this beast in running form. then you better get us some vids!

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    13. 12-01-2008 08:16 PM #118
      Quote, originally posted by VR6-GT42RS »
      yes the injectors will be in the runners on the new manifold..like on a 12v vr6..i have not welded the oem fsi injector holes..what you see on the pics is only paper in the holes.. i will have mascined pieces ho fits in the fsi holes.. not weld it..

      I dont see how that wont be a source of headaches down the road... Thats alot of pressure against a "plug", if you dont have a plug that seals off the combustion chamber at the very tip you'll have a combustion chamber outside the actual combustion chamber. I would have to imagine theirs a better solution, not to mention all the advantages of direct injection your throwing out the window by reverting back the old ways. Why not go with the direct injection, no injectors? no way of controlling injectors? What are the 2.0FSI guys doing when they step into bigger snails? Its an awsome project, no doubt, not trying to knock it, just thoughts out loud...


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      12-01-2008 10:33 PM #119
      Cause direct injection has a limit and the power that he is running is WAYYYYY past that. The mk5 guys have some upgraded fuel pumps but thats only going to get them so far.
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      12-01-2008 10:43 PM #120
      Basically because there arent really parts easily available for tuning the direct injection. No standalone's I know of do it, and then there is the issue of the high pressure fuel pump flow rates, finding big enough injectors, etc.
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    16. 12-02-2008 01:05 AM #121
      you can not find big enough injectors.. by the way..i will copy the fsi injectors in ss to block of the holes..thats not a problem at all ,no leaks..
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    17. 12-02-2008 11:20 AM #122


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      12-02-2008 12:19 PM #123
      nice can i have the one on the left for my VR?

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      12-02-2008 12:49 PM #124
      Quote, originally posted by VR6-GT42RS »
      you can not find big enough injectors.. by the way..i will copy the fsi injectors in ss to block of the holes..thats not a problem at all ,no leaks..

      so simple, yet genious


    20. 12-02-2008 01:05 PM #125
      the one to the left is for my street vr..i will build a new setup with earlyer spool up and 600hp.. i think i can live with out my gt42 setup on my streetcar now when i building the r36..
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      12-03-2008 12:13 PM #126
      Quote, originally posted by VR6-GT42RS »
      the one to the left is for my street vr..i will build a new setup with earlyer spool up and 600hp.. i think i can live with out my gt42 setup on my streetcar now when i building the r36..

      i wouldn't mind riding a vespa colored PINK, wearing a pink helmet and green borat thong in the middle of winter, if it meant having a mk2 4WD R36 1000hp+ beast

      hey manifold injection worked for years and some of the biggest HP cars run it that way so why not!

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      12-03-2008 12:51 PM #127
      Sweet build. The only things that raise any questions are the Tranny and Haldex. Can both of these actually handle 1000+ hp? O2M's blow up with 500whp or so.. I don't think anyone has gotten far enough to see how far the haldex and other AWD bits are going to cope. I also remember seeing a few years back where the Haldex has a valve that will not allow you to exceed, i think around 750hp. Is this true?

      Either way, sick build.


    23. 12-03-2008 01:04 PM #128
      Thanks..i can only say one thing to you.. time will show.. i will strip alot of weight out of the car..upgrade to quaife dogbox,dss axles and lsd front and back..we will se what brakes..but low weight helps alot..and i think i will try to hold the torque a little down on this engine..
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      12-03-2008 01:14 PM #129
      Quote, originally posted by VR6-GT42RS »
      Thanks..i can only say one thing to you.. time will show.. i will strip alot of weight out of the car..upgrade to quaife dogbox,dss axles and lsd front and back..we will se what brakes..but low weight helps alot..and i think i will try to hold the torque a little down on this engine..

      I'm sure it will be a trial and error thing. Best of luck to you!!! With 1000hp do you really need more than 7-800lb tq in a MK II??


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      12-03-2008 01:18 PM #130
      I doubt he will be revving much past 8,000 rpm, so 1,000hp = 656.5 ft/lb @ 8,000 rpm. It might be nice to go honda styles and rev to like 10k with less tq and make big hp numbers... BUT with 3.6L LOL I dont think there is going to be any shortage of tq...
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    26. 12-03-2008 02:09 PM #131
      i will not rev higher then 7600-7800rpm..i dont know what it will put down when im done with it..nobody have build a r36 with a gt45r yet..what i compared it to is a bmw 3,2(not m3) we build with a gt45r.. 1033hp/1009nm@1,7 bar, i dont know if i ever hit numbers close to that,but if i do i will not go higher..
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    27. 12-03-2008 02:20 PM #132
      video of the bmw im talking about http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M_V8Q8jTGu0 enjoy
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      12-03-2008 03:11 PM #133
      Quote, originally posted by VR6-GT42RS »
      video of the bmw im talking about http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M_V8Q8jTGu0 enjoy

      Nice.. You pull 1000hp out of this thing you'll have everyone dropping 3.6L's in there ride!!

      Whats the current highest HP VR out right now?


    29. 12-03-2008 03:21 PM #134
      Quote, originally posted by 04RSR32 »

      Nice.. You pull 1000hp out of this thing you'll have everyone dropping 3.6L's in there ride!!

      Whats the current highest HP VR out right now?

      Rumor has it that there is a hybrid 3.2 / 2.8 24v outhere making over 1000whp and snapping rods using the same size turbo as this build


    30. 12-03-2008 03:49 PM #135
      1000WHP..or 1000hp..???big diffrence..there are alot of forced rods on the market..not everyone is good for high power.. i have pauter rods in my r36..pauters hold 200-250hp each cylinder..more then enough for my projekt..
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    31. 12-03-2008 03:56 PM #136
      Intel is that the numbers are whp b/c it came from a dyno.

      VR6-GT42RS - I have confidence you will make similar if not higher power on your setup


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      12-03-2008 03:58 PM #137
      Quote, originally posted by pOrKcHoP bOy »

      Rumor has it that there is a hybrid 3.2 / 2.8 24v outhere making over 1000whp and snapping rods using the same size turbo as this build

      Damn.... What do you mean by Hybrid? 2.8l 24v with 3.2 head, sleeved probably too?


      Modified by 04RSR32 at 8:59 PM 12-3-2008


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      12-03-2008 04:18 PM #138
      Torque bends rods.

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      12-03-2008 04:19 PM #139
      Quote, originally posted by 04RSR32 »

      Damn.... What do you mean by Hybrid? 2.8l 24v with 3.2 head, sleeved probably too?


      Modified by 04RSR32 at 8:59 PM 12-3-2008

      I think its just punched to 3.0 or 3.1


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      12-03-2008 04:27 PM #140
      The motor you guys are talking of put down 1000bhp, not 1000whp. Still an amazing build tho !!
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