Awesome Ryan! Can't wait to see it happen for you man. Now let's figure out how to get that huge dent banged out of the side of the car.
kevin suggested that, he said we could go with a t3 housing,but he also said we would be able to make power to 8k with what i have in my build, makes the gearing for the track a little easier, as of now i only use threw the top of 4th reving to 7k so to go to eight i would be in the sweet spot.
so the bigger housing is to get the utmost flow up high in the rpm range.
Such things will be helpful when running the worlds first CNG powered R32 - that I know of anyway.
That was the other thing I was having a bit of trouble finding and hadn't had the time to actually take a meter out and test, was the nature of the R's sensors. I supposed I could just tap into one of them but I wouldn't know if I had one lean bank or not.
sorry that is true, straight from kevin,
You could make good power with the T3 .82 also, I just tend to overkill things on big power ABA recommendations because the engine itself is such a handicap.
We did 683 wheel hp on a 16v with a 6262 turbo and a .82 T3 housing, but it was 11:1 compression, 2.0 liters, on E85 fuel, and I'm sure it would have made more power with a T4 housing.
also im throwing the idea around of knife edging the crank, to help with rotational mass, cylinder head will have titanium keepers and what not to lighten it up to help this thing rev to 8k safetly,
is that something i should look into or not really.
also tyler does ie make a gurdle for that aba block, i saw your billet caps for the crank which will be used. just wondering ?
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Here is a writeup on a 06A girdle install, should give you an idea.