377 SBC Dyno
400 sbc destroked to a 377 on the Dyno. SRP 9cc pistons, canfield
220cc heads, 12.45:1 compression, Keith Dorton intake, Holley 750sp carb,
Trick 114 fuel.
It will be going into a 1988 s10 for drag racing.
*NOTE*-It was discovered I was having valve float and the valves were not
sealing all the way. New springs and valve job, along with head porting and
a compression of 12.9:1 have followed. Dyno coming soon, expecting a
better gain in power.
Pre-compressor water injection
Video taken 18" from the inlet of a Holset HX35 being injected with water
at roughly 170 psi (250 psi pump) with a 7gph nozzle. It begins injecting
at 51 seconds into the video.
240sx (sr20det) vs 99-04 Mustang GT
240sx - sr20det, gt2871r, 10psi, safc2, I/H/E
Mustang GT - I/H/E,
Pulleys, tune, 4.10 gears, race gas (110 octane), 100 shot of Nitrous
1st & 2nd - 15 roll
3rd - 55 roll - 115 (stopped at 115 because governor kicked in)
DSM Holset HX35
This is the first time that I turned the car over. It is running on an open
02 and latter I found out that I had the wrong firing order :}. It is fixed
now but here is the first start.
91 Spirit R/T dyno run 32 psi
Lotashelby's 91 TIII powered spirit R/T on the Dyno with a Holset HE-351 CW turbocharger at 32 psi. Stock #'s matching
engine with 173K miles, stock I/C, +40% MP injectors, FWD stage 4 cal, 3"
Exhaust, Simler Customs timing belt
idler mod. Fuel injector for cylinder #4 decided to stop delivering fuel at
about 4500 rpm. The head, gasket, and piston didn't like that very much.
Put down 255 whp before giving up.
Brand new Holset HX35 turbo failure (shaft play)
Upon playback i realized that right when i said, "I donno if thats
normal?... It's not too much", it's pretty fucking bad.
This is (was) a brand new turbo I'm,
running on my RB30DET 240sx. I put maybe 400 km on it, if that.
The story is, me and a buddy were out tuning, and we blew the pipes off the
Intercooler on the hotside.
Not knowing what happened, I had a friend tow me back to the house. After i
fixed the pipes, a "whining" sound was noticed upon decel. The sound got
quieter as the engine and turbo warmed
up, but it was still there.
Just shooting in the dark, it might be due to one, or a combination of:
-shitty oil which caused coking due to excessive heat from being mounted so
close to the manifold.
-blowing my Intercooler pipes
off on a WOT pull at ~16 psi @ 5000 rpm which somehow overspun the turbo or or since we were doing pulls all night
and the engine died, i was unable to turbo-time it (which relates to the point above)
-oil starvation due to the fact that i did not "pre-oil" it upon
S14 at mission raceway 7-8-11
1996 240sx with blacktop sr20det tuned by Intec Racing in Kent, WA. running
a holset hx35 at 25psi, power fc l-jetro, avc-r.