Mazda 626 F2T Racing at Mallala Oct 2009. Full street trim, no mods. 4WS not working at the time. 350,000km original engine and reconditioned turbo. 4 Speed automatic gearbox.
Lost oil pressure in practice, completed the lap and made it to the pits. Needs a new engine now.
Turbo XD Falcon Wagon
Bit of video of the XD turbo in action.
Running straight gas, Impco 425 mixer on an aussiespeed 4brl manifold,
Impco type E converter, VFF30 lockoff, 3/8" service line, APA tank. Garrett
GT3582R turbo with 1.08 rear housing, turbosmart 48mm progate, Bosch plumback
BOV, K&N 4" outlet pod filter, 600x400 Intercooler. 3" Mandrel Exhaust with turbo muffler and resonator. 28 spline 3.23:1 EB
disc brake differential. 4 speed single rail with heavy duty clutch.
Estimated power at 7psi is around 180rwkw.
On the track it used a tank of gas in 60km. That gives it a fuel economy of
about 47L/100km or 5mpg.
FE3 626 turbo dyno
6 psi, 3rd gear pull up to 5500-6000 rpms. This was for initial tuning, no
big power this time. It ended up making 181whp by the end of the day at
Mazda 626 - Head Reassembly 1
We're go for head reassembly. Let the adventure begin.
Mazda 626 - Timing Belt & Water Pump Part 1
Part 1 covers proper jacking procedures, removal of valve cover, accessory
belts, timing covers, water pump pulley, crankshaft pulley a.k.a. harmonic
balancer, timing belt, and water pump.
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Mazda 626 - Head Reassembly 5
Installation of e-Bay header (Exhaust
manifold), front EGR pipe fitting, ignition coil, fuel filter, fuel lines,
power steering pump, alternator belt, power steering & A/C belt, and valve
Special thanks to EricTheCarGuy for detailing the break-in procedure for
installing a rebuilt engine. Cranking with no spark or fuel really does
help a lot! Absolutely recommend checking out his video if you are going
through a rebuild.