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Old 02-09-2008, 10:40 PM   #1
Storm
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Developed Beater

Default Interesting NA build

I wish I could say this was my build.....
http://www.rs25.com/forums/showthread.php?t=74916

Jay Storm
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Old 02-09-2008, 11:42 PM   #2
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That is a sick looking motor. The throttle set up is so unique - first I've ever seen like it.
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Old 02-10-2008, 12:23 AM   #3
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wow! that is the coolest throttle set up i have ever seen!

for those that dont want to click the link...
Quote:
Originally Posted by Mobecktekniske
No, sorry..

This manifold I made.
Lets do the story.

Here are all the parts cut out from aluminium plate, + an injector holder and a bellmouth from TWM


Here the parts are welded together


Now its got the anodiseing threatment in gold colour
Here showing the new port shape against the manifold


The giljotine throttle slide is an sandwitch construction
and I did the throttle slide and top plate in black for the good looks


To avoid friction problems I made the throttleslide roll on small bearings.


And the bearings has adjustable height form the underside


50% power


Full throttle, wide open. No restrictions


Manifold seen for the front



Please dont mind if my English writeing is wrong sometimes, this is not my lanuage.

Best regard
Ole Mobeck
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Old 02-10-2008, 01:21 AM   #4
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wow jdm!++
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Old 02-10-2008, 07:22 AM   #5
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More from the build....

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Originally Posted by Storm
Sending you a PM Ole. Those cams are way more agressive than the special set of DOHC cams I got out in the garage.

Here are some moore camprofiles for the SOHC

Numbers below mean
duration in/out measured at 0.1mm without clearance
duration in/out measured at 1.0mm without clearance
Max valvelift in/out without clearance
lift at top dead center without clearance


251 / 238
197 / 192
10.30 / 8.90mm
0.40 / 0.40mm



259 / 246
205 / 200
10.55 / 9.10mm
0.65 / 0.55mm



261 / 249
212 / 207
10.80 / 9.30mm
0.95 / 0.80mm



264 / 254
220 / 215
11.00 / 9.50mm
1.25 / 1.05mm



270 / 262
228 / 223
11.25 / 9.70mm
1.80 / 1.55mm



270 / 269
234 / 231
11.50 / 9.90mm
2.30 / 1.95mm



286 / 284
244 / 240
11.80 / 10.20mm
3.10 / 2.65mm



291 / 290
252 / 248
12.05 / 10.40mm
3.65 / 3.10mm


296 / 294
258 / 255
12.35 / 10.65mm
4.15 / 3.55mm



296 / 297
258 / 254
12.35 / 12.10mm
4.15 / 3.75mm


Best regard
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