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Offline beankeen456


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Do you have any acceleration numbers for the 200+ HP bike?



Offline racecomp

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Power is like Sex.

The more you have the more you want.

 :thumbsup:

Let put it in a can and sell it...



Offline mondi

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Let put it in a can and sell it...


If you could I would be a very rich man!!!!!!



Offline racecomp

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  • Name: Steve
Do you have any acceleration numbers for the 200+ HP bike?

Here is a link to the bike on the dyno doing progressive gear power runs. I'll did out the graphs later.

http://youtu.be/Qsp_vySOxWY
 
http://youtu.be/DTFU2VMsHRg

 




Offline anotherforumuser

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Let put it in a can and sell it...

They put it in bottles and call it alcopops. ;)



Offline Ferrari Fissatore

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Ferrari heads are pretty good out the box.

But of course there are always ways to improve them.

360s are 5 valve, so the cost/gain is out of whack.

Boost is your answer.



Offline racecomp

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Ferrari heads are pretty good out the box.

But of course there are always ways to improve them.

360s are 5 valve, so the cost/gain is out of whack.

Boost is your answer.

I love boost.



Offline Aircon

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  • Name: Peter



Offline racecomp

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I think we noticed :)
;)

A little bit of boost is good for the motor, no need for radical cam timming with big overlaps, it saves the top end from a lot of stress and has a cushioning effect on the vales, down side is the added torque that is put on the big end shells, clutch and drive train. For the most 5 psi on STD comp is achievable, back off the cams you will not hurt anything as long as the kit is well matched to motor and itís mapped properly. You would pick up 15/20% over STD without losing any of the N/A driveability.



Offline Ferrari Fissatore

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  • Joined: Jan 2007

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  • Location: under its skin
;)

A little bit of boost is good for the motor, no need for radical cam timming with big overlaps, it saves the top end from a lot of stress and has a cushioning effect on the vales, down side is the added torque that is put on the big end shells, clutch and drive train. For the most 5 psi on STD comp is achievable, back off the cams you will not hurt anything as long as the kit is well matched to motor and itís mapped properly. You would pick up 15/20% over STD without losing any of the N/A driveability.

Google 355TT. Its a melbourne car. Stock engine. 7 to 12 psi. Up to around 800bhp.

Stock everything in fact. Except injectors and fuel pump.



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