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Are there gains to be had ?

Will a simple fuel tuner work with them ?

Do the factory limiters need to be flashed out ?

Are they only applicable once Intake, Exhaust and clutching are done ?

And who has ground some up ? Where to get them ?

And any other applicable questions ?



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Check with MRRMP. Hows that wombat killer (aka Maverick) coming?
 

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So, rpm does them, cool, maybe he can chime in.

Kangaroo killer, get it right lol,

She's on stands awaiting her refreshed shocks, some quietning of the exhaust ( so as not to scare the wildlife ?) then some clutch tuning and doebeck setup andddddd some cams would be nice ( I just love the sound if anything ?).
All before the 28th.


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Cool, sounds like you got some work to do yet. G/L:smile:

P.S. My bad...The Roo Killer ;)
 

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Holy shit, no one wants to cam these things, must be an Aussie thing !


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First thing to do is to reflash computer to get ridda limiters, then work on cams, which I'm about to do.
 

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Will you re grind the stocko's or all new


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What about some turbo cams, more exhaust duration ?


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Why would you want more exhaust duration on a turbo cam?
 

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More exhaust flow spools the turbo quicker


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No it doesn't. Exhaust flown isn't what spools the turbo anyway it's heat energy from the exhaust. If exhaust duration is raised to the point you have overlap it is going to take the turbo longer to spool. Mild turbo cams (meaning not those used strictly for drag racing) always have a smaller exhaust duration relative to an NA or nitrous cam, to keep overlap in check.
 

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No it doesn't. Exhaust flown isn't what spools the turbo anyway it's heat energy from the exhaust. If exhaust duration is raised to the point you have overlap it is going to take the turbo longer to spool. Mild turbo cams (meaning not those used strictly for drag racing) always have a smaller exhaust duration relative to an NA or nitrous cam, to keep overlap in check.
So how do you get heat energy without exhaust flow ?
Of course you don't want overlap on a turbo cam, the scavenging effects are not needed ? increasing duration is still possible without tonnes of overlap
I still don't understand your logic that exhaust flow does not spool the turbo...


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Great idea on the design of just replacing cam lobes once you have that camshaft.
 

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More exhaust flow spools the turbo quicker


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I now have a tune file for a turbo setup, reflash & tune with Fuel Monster, also, replace the MAP sensor with one for boost, which I can provide number.
 

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I now have a tune file for a turbo setup, reflash & tune with Fuel Monster, also, replace the MAP sensor with one for boost, which I can provide number.
I'll be contacting you when I go turbo ?




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