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Old 04-01-2014, 04:11 PM
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Oh, and that rubber oil drain hose will be toast in no time. Mine was toast after a few thousand miles and it was high temp silicone and and wrapped in DEI shielding. Also, you have a vented catch can but with a second hose on it, where do you have that running to?
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Originally Posted by gamaliel31 View Post
For now we seek to improve the program,researching, the details and replacement parts to improve. But coming soon 400rwhp with apex seal and new turbo.
I'm interested to know how well the car drives for normal everyday use .... Idle , low speed part throttle acceleration , transition into boost etc .

No sugar coating ....................please . Too many bad decisions have been made around here based on someones over enthusiastic evaluation (driven by a desire to stay onside with the supplier ).
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Yep, dyno pulls are one thing, cold morning start up and driving in 100+F heat in traffic are another. Thanks for sharing, I am looking forward to the finer details.
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Sorry English is not my first language. Rubber is special and is not regular rubber and is protected. The car is running normal with no problems. All suggestions and help on the project is accepted with respect. My mechanic has made rx8 with over 400rwhp , stock engine without problems since 2004. But is it the first rx8 series 2 with small turbo. On the other hand my mechanical are friend of the racing beat engineer and Esmeril racing and he worked together on the research of different rotary engines . So are we in the research and observing the behavior of the rx8 series 2 with the small turbo and haltech ecu. We get valuable information direct from racing beat, the limits of rx8 engine in timing on boost and exhaust temperature limit. We return to the dyno for new program with new information , horsepower will be lost but will be safe , as we continue to investigate .
Racing beat information. Timing no more than 14 in boost and exhaust temperature 12.3 to 12.5 is safe on boost with spark plug in 9 or 10.5.

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I figured as much, but you never know so was just seeking clarification.

OP, is the goal just to turbo the car or to do it in a way that would pass emissions?
in Puerto Rico have no problems with Emissions who made the law made the trap
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There is nothing better than using the oem ecu and program it to with the turbo kit, but in the series 2 I can not do, so I had to choose between microtech, Haltech or FuelTech. soon video in morning and daly use.
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Any advice??
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Hi Gamaliel 31 I pick up a red one
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Originally Posted by gamaliel31 View Post
There is nothing better than using the oem ecu and program it to with the turbo kit, but in the series 2 I can not do, so I had to choose between microtech, Haltech or FuelTech. soon video in morning and daly use.
Series 2 ECU be damned! It's been holding back the tuning potential of this car since day one...
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You can use Mazda Edit on the Series 2 ECU and most recently Versatuner started support for it.

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you went through all that for a Greddy turbo setup?
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you went through all that for a Greddy turbo setup?
A well set up greddy running 10 psi peak is a beautiful thing . It's not all about peak hp .........
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Originally Posted by gamaliel31 View Post




Any advice??
That is really conservative...
What fuel are you using???
With 100RON, you can use at least 3-4 degrees more at 7 psi, with afr under 12.
14 degrees are good for 0.8-0.9 bar (11 - 13 psi).
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That is really conservative...
What fuel are you using???
With 100RON, you can use at least 3-4 degrees more at 7 psi, with afr under 12.
14 degrees are good for 0.8-0.9 bar (11 - 13 psi).
My friend from racing beat said 14 degress is safe on boost more degress is not safe for the stock rx8 engine. before I talking with y car have 17 degress but he said is 2 much agressive for 91oct.
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Felicitaciones, se ve buenisimo.

Que marca de injectores compraste ? , nosotros estemos corriendo los basados en bosch ev14 tamano 1200 sin problemas con el P1000. El truco para nosotros era montar los dead times correcto del injector para el ecu.

Con chispa en rotativo , siempre he sido muy timido. no es como motor piston que los 3 a 5 grados hacen gran diferencia. Especialment con octanaje 91.
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clean nice to see the s2 being turbo'd
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We are waiting acceleration videos
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yes

Coming soon with electronic greddy boost controller
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Video rx8 with greddy

http://youtu.be/2oBwa8kzfAk
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Sounds good. Pretty rich at idle though. Have to live with all those lights though

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Did that AEM fuel pump you pictured on the first post fit into the s2 fuel pump assembly without issue ? Is it the same pump sold to suit the S1 ?
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