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Old 23-06-2019, 09:20 PM   #616
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Is that at wheel BHP?

Mine is too scary to go over 4,5k rpm.
Goes right and left and try to go straight when I'm turning.
I have driven FWD LSD before but it is an animal!
I have ordred Torsen LSD for mk1 box. I might cheange my gearbox to 4.1:1 for now and change LSD to torsen once made for my 3.78:1 gearbox. It goes OK with 13" wheels.
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Old 24-06-2019, 05:18 AM   #617
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It's calculated from the crank.

I do hope that you get that LSD (and wheel alignment!) sorted so that you can fully enjoy your LSD (pun intended )
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Old 22-07-2019, 05:59 AM   #618
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Throttle pedal version #2:





Also, I've changed cams back to standard and got the exhaust manifold re-welded. Lambda sensor also broke, which is now changed to a new one.
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Old 06-08-2019, 10:58 AM   #619
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Exhaust manifold is now re-welded and I'm still waiting it for back from heat treatment as there has been many, many delays



I had an extra lambda sensor place weld in to the downpipe that can be used on Rolling Road.



Also, I've bought new oil catch can straight from China. I had to route the filter away from the corner as previously the can filter was covered with sand and other dirt.



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Old 17-08-2019, 06:58 PM   #620
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Mini is finally put back together and Dyno visit has been done!



It works soooo much better with standard cams and is much more driveable. There are still few things that I need to work on like installing a boost control solenoid and modifying Megasquirt to support it. I really don't need the +150hp and 200Nm but I want to achieve them

And yes, it's fast now =P
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Old 18-08-2019, 06:20 AM   #621
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I'm sure it was fast before turbo but I know what you mean
Just keep it up! Love to look them pics too!
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Old 20-08-2019, 03:30 PM   #622
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I really don't know anything about turbos, but with numbers like those, I think that on a cooler day with more humidity, you should get your desired 150 HP

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Old 03-09-2019, 12:53 PM   #623
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Thanks guys

I'm still running a stock clutch and that'll need to be upgraded before next summer. Only problem is that the Heavy Duty clutch kits that I found are rated for 170Nm with organic disc and 250Nm with ceramic disc which really isn't suited for city driving that I occasionally need to do.

https://www.xtremeclutch.eu/product/24803/KSZ19001-1A/ organic
https://www.xtremeclutch.eu/product/24804/KSZ19001-1B/ ceramic

I'm leaning towards the organic one and hope that it'll be strong enough for my use... any thoughts?
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Go with the higher clamping organic. The ceramic one will be a total bitch in traffic, and will kill your left leg

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I have a 6 disk ceramic, no issues
Thought it should be more on/off really, not a single one have noticed it when driving

Maybe more bitching with 3.5 diff?


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I have a 6 disk ceramic, no issues
Thought it should be more on/off really, not a single one have noticed it when driving

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From which brand is the clutch from? I guess that it's sprung ceramic?
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I just noticed that there's a third option: cushioned ceramic.

https://www.xtremeclutch.eu/product/24805/KSZ19001-1C/

Although it's designed for slow 4x4 use I think it's OK for fast road too as it should be more forgiving than the sprung ceramic. Right?
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From which brand is the clutch from? I guess that it's sprung ceramic?
Hmm not sure of brand got it from adaptronic 11 years ago, maybe that they had them built for them?

6 pad sinterlamell spring hup holds 245 nm stock pressure plate
pressure plate needs an inside diameter of 125mm because the spring hub is bigger that an OEM plate to handle the force better. (Can´t remember if i idid some modification on the stock pressure plate to accomodate the larger sixe

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Aldo some companies claim to have an upgraded pressure plate with 30% more clamping force. This dos not exist and we tested them all finding out the all have a bout 500 to 600Kg claming force like a stock pressure plate.
The dual spring has about 1000 to 1100Kg clamping force and they are specially built for us.
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Sounds like a bespoke clutch to me. I had a chat with Fine-Line Imports NL representive about the cushioned ceramic clutch and we came to a conclusion that it would be the best option for me.

And in their words "we had an heavy modded evo and killed it within 10.000km but it was on the limit of the capacity. We have a Subaru STI runnig 450bhp and it holds for the past 3 years and approx 45000km and still going strong"

So I believe that will be my choice for the next clutch =P it'll be a 8-12 weeks for a delivery so it'll be a Xmas gift for myself
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