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Old 10-23-2014, 12:00 PM
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Ooops not so good for turbo motor

K16 hybrids 20% meth 1.5 bar



 
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Let me grab my popcorn.
 
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Too much torque.
 
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1.5 bar is ok - as long as you have the fuel to support it.

Did you have injectors?
 
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1.5 bar is ok - as long as you have the fuel to support it.

Did you have injectors?
Its not my motor its a customer, It has 1100cc injectors.
 
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Ouch! That's hard to look at.
 
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wow!in what condition that motor blew?top speed run?aggressive timing?well i guess im lucky i didn't throw a rod with my 2 bar a28 setup!
 
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I met a local guy running the same thing, upgraded k16's meth and 22lbs, he said its fine, He did have upgraded fuel and upgraded ICs.

What was the full setup and the subject car in this post?
 
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I too would like more info on this! I run 1.5bar on Gt2871r's and stock engine... A lot of the mid range torque is tuned out, but I still make 1.5bar above 4500rpm!
 
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Yikes that is some good carnage there. Any more info on the cause of the snap? I am leaning towards way too much torque, way too early in the curve. Definitely not the norm to display the strength of these engines, few have pushed the stock engine past 800-900whp (997.1 896whp stock engine and PowellsBeast). But just as any platform, if not all is playing nicely together in a setup (fuel, turbos, intercoolers, stock ECU/Standalone, etc), it doesn't matter what you have, built or stock engine it will go. Definitely sad to see though.
 

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Originally Posted by mtlsp View Post
wow!in what condition that motor blew?top speed run?aggressive timing?well i guess im lucky i didn't throw a rod with my 2 bar a28 setup!
AMS K16 hybrids, 1 bar actuators
AMS turbo feed pipes
Agency power Y pipe
4" core Forge motorsport intercoolers
Bailey Diverter valves
BMC panel filter
1100 cc injectors
Syvecs ecu
100 cel Cats
Tubi Exhaust

We believe the car was running 1.7 bar previous to this customer buying it, he changed injectors and ECU to a syvecs. The previous customer may have used even higher boost than 1.7 bar to achieve a claimed 60-130 of 5.8 secs and this no doubt is where the original damage of a bent rod occurred, for some reason the customer was revving this car hard outside a fish and chip shop here and the motor let go while revving in neutral.

When the car was first purchased I V boxed it and the performance was WAY down on what was advertised so the customer fitted a Syvecs and larger injectors so he could run ethanol or meth, car measured 630 hp on a hub dyno when it was mapped !!!
 

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More than 800 NM aint good for the stock engine and the transmission.
 
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Some guys still don't get it. Meth on pump gas and lots of boost is a no go. If you can't afford race gas don't buy a P car. Otherwise turn down the boost. That simple.
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