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Old 12-13-2013, 01:30 PM   #1
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Arrow TW- Hi Comp ka24de Sil80 built by groundperformance

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Old 12-13-2013, 01:52 PM   #2
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This is a very interesting build.

How much power does something like this put down?

I got a buddy i am getting into the car world, and would be good to get him in a N/A s13 with a bit more thump
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Old 12-13-2013, 02:23 PM   #3
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Stock rebuilt KA, stock SOHC pistons, high compression, 370cc injectors, Cometic headgasket and boost? Sounds like you're building a bomb not an engine...
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Old 12-13-2013, 03:07 PM   #4
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Stock rebuilt KA, stock SOHC pistons, high compression, 370cc injectors, Cometic headgasket and boost? Sounds like you're building a bomb not an engine...
lol, make sure you do some more researching before you just talk outta your ass. it would be low boost around ~5-7psi when it is ka-t. the E85 is 104 octane which is guaranteed to NOT knock. thanks for the bump!
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Old 12-13-2013, 03:11 PM   #5
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This is a very interesting build.

How much power does something like this put down?

I got a buddy i am getting into the car world, and would be good to get him in a N/A s13 with a bit more thump

thanks brotha, at the moment hasn't been dyno'd but id guess right now around 165-170, this thing has instant torque and great response..if you get a tune to dial it in on N/A setup theres no doubt in my mind it would be in the low 190's...ka-t would be around 230-245.
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Old 12-13-2013, 05:16 PM   #6
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lol, make sure you do some more researching before you just talk outta your ass. it would be low boost around ~5-7psi when it is ka-t. the E85 is 104 octane which is guaranteed to NOT knock. thanks for the bump!
Need to understand that higher compression and forced induction=much higher cylinder pressures. Stock puny KA rods won't enjoy that and neither will the stock pistons/ringlands. I understand the properties of E85, do you realize it takes approximately 30% more fuel to achieve a desired air/fuel ratio when compared to pump gas? Making your 370cc injectors effectively about 259cc.

I'm sure this motor runs great N/A and I wish you glws, but boost is not a good idea for that motor...
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Old 12-13-2013, 06:34 PM   #7
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I'd boost it start at 12psi.....I didn't know there was such pussys in this world....stock Honda ITR motor is 11:1 or higher and they will make well into the 500s with just headstuds and last... Your gonna need bigger injectors,fuel pump and a clutch
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I'd boost it start at 12psi.....I didn't know there was such pussys in this world....stock Honda ITR motor is 11:1 or higher and they will make well into the 500s with just headstuds and last... Your gonna need bigger injectors,fuel pump and a clutch
haha word brotha. I forgot to mention it does have a 255 but im not looking for big numbers just something to have fun with and be reliable., either way its a solid setup as is..or ka-t. ill probably look into s15 injectors not a bad idea
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Will you sell without front end. Im more of a piggy front end lmk.
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Will you sell without front end. Im more of a piggy front end lmk.
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Need to understand that higher compression and forced induction=much higher cylinder pressures. Stock puny KA rods won't enjoy that and neither will the stock pistons/ringlands. I understand the properties of E85, do you realize it takes approximately 30% more fuel to achieve a desired air/fuel ratio when compared to pump gas? Making your 370cc injectors effectively about 259cc.

I'm sure this motor runs great N/A and I wish you glws, but boost is not a good idea for that motor...
I like how you did your math here. You calculated 30% of 370cc to come up with that 259cc like the KA actually comes with 370cc stock.. Just some correction stock KA are 270cc so to convert to E85 will be atleast %30 over stock so it would be additional 81cc on top of 270cc which would be what? 351cc if anything were a bit on the rich side. It's definitely not advisable for any high boost given the parts specs but should be able to handle just small amount to be fun..

Here's a vid of a similar spec running T3/T4, obviously larger injectors, maf it will hold on done right and properly tuned.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1L6w1tCnS50
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I like how you did your math here. You calculated 30% of 370cc to come up with that 259cc like the KA actually comes with 370cc stock.. Just some correction stock KA are 270cc so to convert to E85 will be atleast %30 over stock so it would be additional 81cc on top of 270cc which would be what? 351cc if anything were a bit on the rich side. It's definitely not advisable for any high boost given the parts specs but should be able to handle just small amount to be fun..

Here's a vid of a similar spec running T3/T4, obviously larger injectors, maf it will hold on done right and properly tuned.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1L6w1tCnS50
thanks boss, yea ima keep it so it gets the ka-t setup it deserves lol.
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