034s motor you are talking about..?or another one..?
Quote, originally posted by L.I. Dan » phree are you sure about that? we haven't seen real numbers yet, but i remember early in the thread like for the shakedown it had already put down 700awhp....i can't imagine 1000awhp being impossible
so you think that it's easy to have an increase of 50% WHp? lol
i know what it put down, and it is freaking impressive. I'd suggest picking up the new ET when it comes out to find out for yourself.
Quote, originally posted by TBT-Syncro » i know what it put down, and it is freaking impressive. I'd suggest picking up the new ET when it comes out to find out for yourself.
What a tease... Thanks.
i still can't find the ET in either Borders or B&N
but i saw what oit pu down in the thread, i guess 1000whp in my head was me just really wanting to see a 24v making 1000 to all wheels since i love the engine so much ...becaus eyeah now looking back at my post you're right that is a little bit of an increment to make up for in power
Quote, originally posted by Lizard Racing » Why fab something to block the fsi injector holes when you can just leave the fsi injectors in?
They dont make FSI injectors big enough, let alone a standalone that can control them.
Quote, originally posted by RipCity Euros » They dont make FSI injectors big enough, let alone a standalone that can control them.
True enough about the flow issue but Storm Developments in the UK are running their fsi 3.6 mk2 with Emerald K3 standalone and it made 340 bhp with the factory fsi injectors.
I have left my fsi injectors in situ and they dont look too out of place tbh.
Plus he wouldnt be able to make the power he wants on the stock compression, and i dont know if you have seen FSI pistons, but i dont think an aftermarket set of forged pistons would work with how the injector sprays at the piston.
They actually have FSi injectors that are big enough...
Conversion is ~.67g/cc to .73g/cc (Found two sites that quoted diff numbers)
which means you take g/min and divide by .67 or .73 -- i'd say divide by .7 and you get cc/min.
Pretty intersting, I didnt know you could just order up parts from them. They even sell entire ECU's -- that would be a SICK ecu setup... VERY expensive tho.
I'm sure you could get aftermarket pistons witht he proper dish for FSI
Quote, originally posted by PhReE » I'm sure you could get aftermarket pistons witht he proper dish for FSI
Anything can be built with enough scrilla. But it seems like VW engineers probably put a lot of R&D into the design of the pistons before they threw them into the engine.
They have some BIG FSI injectors on that site heh
Wow. That is a LOT of friggin fuel lol!! I can't wait to see the results!!
Quote, originally posted by PhReE » Wow. That is a LOT of friggin fuel lol!! I can't wait to see the results!!
E85 need some serious fuelingsystem.
Maxed out 5 x 1000cc at 650Hp
For R36 E85
6x1600 = 3 X 044 pumps [IMG]http://**********************/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG]
Quote, originally posted by Lizard Racing » What are you doing about the camshaft profile? Power falls off after 6.5k.
Quote, originally posted by VR6-GT42RS » 3*044 sucks i will go with the biggest aeromotive pump instead.. bosch pumps is okey but i will never go more then 1 pump..if 1 of the pumps stop running, the engine is STILL running BUT LEAN.
Aeromotive quality is [IMG]http://**********************/smile/emthdown.gif[/IMG]
And they dont support E85 due to lots of alu parts in both FPR´s and fuel rails/pumps
Aluminium hydro oxide is not so fun
but less install hassle
aeromotive quality [IMG]http://**********************/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG] it works great and we have a e85 driven ams evo here in denmark..same pump and 973 awhp on e85..
lizard racing i will go custom cams.
Modified by VR6-GT42RS at 1:48 PM 12-16-2008
Wont you need to get custom billet cams? I thought all the 24v VR6 cams had pressed on lobes which is a no-go for regrinds.