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    #41 JimmieJoJo

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    Posted 27 January 2017 - 07:36 AM

    If the boost is lower then thats where the extra power went. Say you were expecting 250ish but c red are known to read lower than other places that might be down to 220- 230hp on their dyno, like for like. Now add in that extra 4 psi and its probably good for 30ish hp extra and the numbers are not far off your estimate.

    But in their eyes its probably not worth the extra effort on a stock turbo? Where they have it now it will be most reliable so I'd say you got what you had asked for.

    Perhaps instead of chasing it up with them now consider what the end goal is. If its a better bolt on turbo and z32 afm it might be worth waiting till you get those bits and trying again. Rather than spending more money on tuning to only pick up bits and pieces.

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    Posted 27 January 2017 - 09:39 AM

    Z32 AFM, wind up the boost and away you go ;) 

     

    I think 300rwhp is a decent comfortable number, but it does all come down to driveability and what you want from it.


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    Posted 27 January 2017 - 06:32 PM

    10s a bit low considering stocks only 7, wind that up a bit and as said you'll see a number closer to what you want
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    #44 nick_cal94

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    Posted 28 January 2017 - 03:35 PM

    Cheers for the replies guys! Yeah 10 is a bit low, I'd like it to be around 14, but I suppose the guys at C-Red were just going for safety and didn't put it up anymore.

    I'll try hunting around for a Z32 next week and a few other things, but a retune probably won't be on the cards for a while, couple of months maybe.


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    Posted 03 February 2017 - 07:10 AM

    Stock t25 i wouldn't push to 14.

    But a t28 should do 16 or so before its just blowing hot air.

     

    a friend made 268 rwhp with a t28 / e85 and 15psi.

     

    In theory the stock afm should be able to handle more power than 200hp.should do more or less 280 or so hp.

    if your only going basic mods dont fall int the z32 trap, they are still an older element type AFM and still for reasons unknown have a heafty premium.

    if your shooting low, got for a s2 rb25 afm - there cheap as frack, have the 3inch bellmouth you want for flow and can still get the HP your aiming for.

    if you want something better look at the HPX style slot sensors, or the gtr slot sensors, much better for reversion and new the prices are compatible to a z32.

    i run the nistune hpx sensor in my sr, good for something like 600rwhp in a 3inch tube and 1000 in a 4inch tube.

     

    i know c-red are a good shop, but its worth checking the cam timing, i got stuck in a low power loop after getting my car mods sorted and it turned out the intake cam was of a tooth (retarded 10deg)



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    Posted 03 February 2017 - 07:46 AM

    what do the rb25 afm max out at?


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    Posted 03 February 2017 - 11:28 AM

    if you want something better look at the HPX style slot sensors, or the gtr slot sensors, much better for reversion and new the prices are compatible to a z32.

    i run the nistune hpx sensor in my sr, good for something like 600rwhp in a 3inch tube and 1000 in a 4inch tube.

     

    Hmm that HPX kit from Nistune is looking very appealing atm, NZEfi also do one for about the same price but with an oem r35 sensor. Although Nistune state the HPX can read 100kw higher than oem R35 in a 3" tube, so I guess HPX is the way to go?

     

    I'll do a bit more reading on it but for the same price as a brand new Z32 from Taarks, looks like the best option, plus I guess new tech vs old z32/rb25 tech, more power support than I'll ever need, and finer tuning capability, might be a good idea to do it now, rather than in the future when/if I decide to go bigger turbo.


    Edited by nick_cal94, 03 February 2017 - 11:30 AM.

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    Posted 04 February 2017 - 09:40 AM

    Not sure what it is like now, but when I needed an HPX AFM it was a struggle to get one.

    Might be different now.

    Also did I see this car at Cockburn Autobarn ? Or another nice s14 !



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    Posted 04 February 2017 - 10:48 AM

    Looks like you can buy them straight off the Nistune website, they sell the bung things for them too.

    Yep haha would've been me, I work at Cockburn Autobarn


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    Posted 04 February 2017 - 11:00 AM

    yeah had no trouble getting mine + bung of nistune directly. 



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    Posted 04 February 2017 - 03:04 PM

    Looks like you can buy them straight off the Nistune website, they sell the bung things for them too.

    Yep haha would've been me, I work at Cockburn Autobarn

     

    Bought some stuff the other week and thought, I bet this guy owns that S14.

    LOL, should have asked.



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    Posted 08 June 2017 - 11:14 PM

    Finally ditched the stock head unit and installed a Pioneer single din unit. I can't be bothered with double din touchscreen headunits with nav and all that sheet, and I'd always planned to go with din gauges, so I made up a panel out of some 3mm carbon plate to mount them in. Currently only have a water temp gauge but my mate kindly photoshopped the other 2 gauge holes so I could see what it'll look like when finished. I'm pretty happy with it, gauges fit perfectly, spacing between the gauges is good and the panel is removable for easy access to the wiring and back of the gauges.I also made a spare but the first one turned out fine so if anyone wants it let me know.

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    Spacing is a little bit out on the spare panel, but gauges still fit perfectly.

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    Will be getting oil pressure and wideband air/fuel gauges soon to match.

     

    Also gave the brake a freshen up; rebuilt rear calipers as my drivers rear was leaking, Project Mu pads, HEL braided lines, PMu fluid and a few coats of VHT caliper paint.

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    Posted 08 June 2017 - 11:35 PM

    Decided to try Kmak Aero's Navan style skirts as I'd heard good things. Genuine was proving difficult to find, and the ones I did see for sale where more than what I was prepared to pay, although I'll still be keeping an eye out for a good set. 

    Pretty happy with these for now, straight out of the box they fit up quite well, the guys from Spraytek were quite impressed with the fitment from the fibreglass.

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    I'm slightly annoyed that they don't fit perfectly like OEM skirts, but the rest of the paint and bodywork on the car isn't great once you get up close anyway, so the extra time and effort to get them perfect wasn't worth it, they look good from a few metres away so I'm happy with that   :P


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    Posted 09 June 2017 - 06:34 PM

    looks good from here  :thumb:

     

    kmaks pretty decent stuff for the price


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    Posted 16 June 2017 - 03:16 PM

    Nice rides Nick.



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    Posted 19 June 2017 - 01:54 PM

    looks good dude what were Kmac like to deal with  ? 


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    Posted 19 June 2017 - 11:02 PM

    Yeah not bad man, dealing with him was easy, took just over 3 weeks to get them made and delivered. Would have liked the fit to be just a little bit better considering they were made to order, can't complain for the price though. 


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