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In Topic: ***Genuine Endless Brake Pads for Sale! SS-M, MXRS, CC-Rg

17 March 2017 - 10:10 PM

Almost forgot the email in case anyone wants to hit us up via email:

contact@ninjaimports.com.au

Cheers.

In Topic: ***Genuine Endless Brake Pads for Sale! SS-M, MXRS, CC-Rg

03 March 2017 - 11:12 PM

Yeah the price list was chumped on here so I've tried to make it easier to read, here:


EP400 SSM V35 350Z V35 Brembo Front $560.00
EP408 SSM V35 350Z V35 Brembo rear
EP400 MXRS V35 350Z V35 Brembo Front $600.00
EP408 MXRS V35 350Z V35 Brembo rear
EP400 CCRG V35 350Z V35 Brembo Front $660.00
EP408 CCRG V35 350Z V35 Brembo rear
EP357 SSM V-X, Evo V-X, STi Brembo front $560.00
EP291 SSM V-IX, Evo V-IX, STi, R33/R34 Brembo rear
EP357 MXRS V-X, Evo V-X, STi Brembo front $600.00
EP291 MXRS V-IX, Evo V-IX, STi, R33/R34 Brembo rear
EP357 CCRG V-X, Evo V-X, STi Brembo front $660.00
EP291 CCRG V-IX, Evo V-IX, STi, R33/R34 Brembo rear
EP290 SSM R33/R34, Nissan R33/R34, 350Z Brembo front $540.00
EP291 SSM V-IX, Evo V-IX, STi, R33/R34 Brembo rear
EP290 MXRS R33/R34, Nissan R33/R34, 350Z Brembofront $560.00
EP291 MXRS V-IX, Evo V-IX, STi, R33/R34 Brembo rear
EP290 CCRG R33/R34, Nissan R33/R34 Brembo, 350Z front $600.00
EP291 CCRG V-IX, Evo V-IX, STi, R33/R34 Brembo rear
EP351 SSM WRX Subaru WRX Front DB1170 $560.00
EP231 SSM WRX Subaru WRX rear DB1220
EP351 MXRS WRX, Subaru WRX, Nissan R32,S14 Front $600.00
EP231 MXRS WRX Subaru WRX rear DB1220
EP351 CCRG WRX, Subaru WRX, Nissan R32,S14 Front $660.00
EP231 CCRG WRX Subaru WRX rear DB1220
EP292 SSM JZX100 Chaser JZX100 Front $560.00
EP352 SSM JZX100 Chaser JZX100 Rear

In Topic: Ultimate Turbo Reference guide for Nissans.

02 December 2015 - 09:41 PM

View PostSILdynasty, on 02 December 2015 - 04:16 PM, said:

Make and model: Nissan s13 Silvia
Size of engine: 2.0l
Modifications to the car: stock mani, big exhaust, cooler, 640cc inj, nistune, z32afm, poncams, springs/retainers, forged Pistons&rods
Type of turbo: gt2860rs
Rear Exhaust housing: .64
When does vehicle begin boost: 2200?
When does vehicle reach full boost and what PSI: 4000 20psi
Does the vehicle have Cams? if so; poncams
What brand: tomei
What lift/duration etc: 256/256 11.5
Max power achieve at what boost: 250.2kw 20psi

Just posted as the small disco has a rep for
Good response and not much power.
Can hit 3rd and hold drift at 4k and gain revs when running 10psi threshold

Cams are a big bonus

As for racing it's damn near spot on with a 320rwkw 6.0 VZ clubby and 315rwkw BA xr6t ( friends cars at powercruise power play )

If I didn't go this it would be a proper gtx30 series matching manifold or another brand altogether.

Need the dyno readout though for that one.
I've been against my bro in a 342 rwkw 6L VE when I was running 230 rwkw and were fairly even until...lets say higher speeds.

I'd say it's a happy dyno. Not hating the result man and don't think that I am, just being realistic. The GT2860RS esepcially in a 0.64 just won't flow that much air to produce that power. The maximum it will flow is 16 PSI with 36 lbs/min of air. 36 x 9 on E85 will give you an approx rwhp of 324 rwhp, so it's more like 235 rwkw - 240 rwkw (IF LUCKY) before it's surging off the map. The tuner should drop the boost, it's off the chart entirely and heating up everything unneccesarily with the potential of a prematurely blown turbo.

Put it this way, I'm at 255.8 rwkw and maxing out the poor little A/R 0.64 on my GTX2863R running E85 now at 16.5 PSI (see above). It's very snappy even with Hankook RS3 Z223 tyres. It steps out in 1st gear in a striaght line with all the strut bracing, underbracing, decent coilovers, links, etc. It is actually difficult to break traction in a straight line in any other gear besides first and squirms nicely in 2nd at max torque. If yours pretty much ticks those boxes then you've somehow overcome Garrett's physics and the dyno is correct :).

IMO you should be up there with 350rwkw+ V8s / 6Ts though. The 315 / 320 rwkw V8s should struggle to keep up with you.

In Topic: Contemplating 300+rwkw Unopened SR...

02 December 2015 - 09:13 PM

View PostJohnnilicte, on 01 December 2015 - 06:17 AM, said:

Just to reiterate, torque kills boxes not power. Even though you have a organic clutch or whatever you got, the box can still grenade itself when fed enough torque.

E.g. you gently shift into gear, ease off the clutch, gradually press the accelerator, boost comes on and you feed the box about 500nm (making up a number here), box doesn't like torque then she will go bang!

Of course driving like a knob and side stepping the clutch will destroy it quicker from all the shock.

Yes, when I meant power I was going by NPC's recommendation for the clutch of 320-330 rwkw, the torque should be similar for any car making that much power.

Torque is definitely the factor which can breaks things in the engine and drivetrain, it would be good if NPC had a recommendation for the torque rating but for some reason they don't. It must be easier for them to just go by power. I think of torque as a momentum of power (motive force), so the rate at which the power builds is rapid at a particular RPM before it drops off. The faster the momentum, the more twisting force there is...happy snapping!

In Topic: Contemplating 300+rwkw Unopened SR...

30 November 2015 - 11:20 PM

View PostJohnnilicte, on 30 November 2015 - 04:46 PM, said:

View Postnicknack, on 30 November 2015 - 04:38 PM, said:

^ that that that that

25psi through a t28 is different to 25psi through a gt3582. It's cylinder pressure that represents stress, but since we can't measure that easily, we use torque since that's about the closest relationship to cylinder pressure

this man has done research and not regurgitating forum bullshit he has heard from other.

10/10 :)

I was just thinking about this before actually and noticed that 16 PSI on a GTX3071R (53 lbs) would flow more air than a GTX2863R (40 lbs) at higher RPMs, hence make more torque (resulting in more power).

My initial thought was pressure is pressure, but the volume of air will defintely vary between turbo compressors and indeed some will flow more air than others. My hypothesis (correct me if I'm wrong) is that it results with a higher volume of air to ignite, more fuel required, more volatile explosion = dead 16-17 year old OEM gasket at whatever boost pressure.

I'm pretty set on the VET project, so I'll change the head gasket then :P.

I just need about 320 rwkw for now...gearbox should hopefully last with the cushy 10" NPC orgnaic clutch. If not, Z33 box time. :D

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