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GT project #9045 Mar 3, 2:05pm Mar 3, 2:05pm
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c2gas OP
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GT project
Just some images of my GT (sig). If all the problems solved I`ll dyno it and let you know what are the results.
The Venom instrument
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The Wiseco 1:11 piston
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The set
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My car
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The HS header
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Here ya go. I fixed the image problem for ya. smile

[ 03-03-2003, 03:48 PM: Message edited by: tony ]

Re: GT project [Re: c2gas] #9046 Mar 3, 4:52pm Mar 3, 4:52pm
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what kind of sound system do you have and where can i get it?

Re: GT project [Re: celicaguy] #9047 Mar 4, 8:22am Mar 4, 8:22am
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The head unit is a Pioneer FH-P4000 and yo can get it from many places,just make a search on the net wich is the closest to you.~ 390$

Thank you the help TONY!

So my story:
I have my EU GT for 2 years now, but I found it very weak. I use my car everyday and the gas is very expensive here (5$/1gal.) so I wanted to have some performance wich is not allways on like a turbo or a s.charger. The solution was the nitro.
I installed a Venom system on my car and the results were good. As it was recommende I did not go over 50 HP gain.
One day I was Flying on the highway enjoying my nitrous top speed 225 km/h, when sudenly a BMW passed me from my right, like I was standing!
You know what was next! I wanted to put on more nitro to have 100 HP gain.
It is strongly recomended to replace your rods and pistons if you do that.
So I bought forged pistons(1:11 comp.) and billet rods. O.course you take the engine apart to install them, so I decided to have the c.head port and polish. The person who done the p.p is the ex Hungarian superbike champion a good friend of mine said that the OEM cams are bullshit, so I let them make the engine as good as they think it is.
O.course for different caracteristics you need different air/fuel, ignition, injection, etc. So I bought the Greddy to tune them.
At the moment we still fine tuning the Greddy and it seems we have to make adjustable cam gears to fine tune the cam timing.
The engin has torque till 4700 rpm and power from 6500 rpm, but nothing serious between.I think the cams are too good with the Oem VVT.( I tested the car with unplugged VVT, and midrange became better).
So we need to fine tune the car to get rid of that power loss in mid range, and modify the rev limiter.

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