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    Yeah will be billet they said

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      Surely motec would have predicted people wanting to run large port injectors staged with the DI stuff, seems like a step backwards even for a track focused thing to just ditch DI.

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        if you're running e85 then the anti knock properties of DI are not as important.
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          Originally posted by trdee View Post
          if you're running e85 then the anti knock properties of DI are not as important.
          This is exactly what Zane said was the reason he isn't going to bother with DI at the moment. Fairly sure Andrew Hawkins mentioned in his video that the motec can do DI with no issues.
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            Originally posted by trdee View Post
            if you're running e85 then the anti knock properties of DI are not as important.
            that was basically it.
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              grabbed zane's old wheels with AR1s, h&r springs ordered, camber bolts and a whiteline rear bar.

              winton next weekend. hope for at least a couple dry laps.
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              E36 Track Nugget Project

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                Would love to know what just the rear bar and camber bolts does, everyone I’ve seen do bars does both and it makes it worse and they are surprised it doesn’t improve the under steer. It’s a fundamental rule, stiffen the opposite end to what you want to make work better. The rear bar on my swift many years ago made it way strong rd on turn in.
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                  im certainly happy to admit if i ruin the setup. im not a full internet person who cant admit a fuck up.
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                    Originally posted by trdee View Post
                    if you're running e85 then the anti knock properties of DI are not as important.
                    I'm well aware that at full power on 40%+ it doesn't really matter but if you are someone like me who is happy to daily drive something with aggressive suspension/driveline/diff etc it's basically throwing money away in terms of cruise fuel consumption and shitty cold start/idle.

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                      sure but i was just answering someone asking why people might ditch DI on a time attack style car
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                        Whether E85 or not, the problem is the injectors will melt without fuel flow which usually results in grenading engines. It looks like even race fuel wont stop that kind of hotspot detonation
                        Originally posted by Jim
                        I feel that rules are important as without rules there is no cheating and cheating is a vital part of drag racing.

                        Originally posted by elfturbomax
                        What has happened to PF? It seems to be diesel love now days. Maybe the name should be changed to Particulate Forums.

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                          Making 3 blanking plugs isn't that hard. I reckon 30mins on CAD, replicate the retention and sealing strategy and then turn them up on a CNC

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                            Yep, its knowing that you need to do it that is the key
                            Originally posted by Jim
                            I feel that rules are important as without rules there is no cheating and cheating is a vital part of drag racing.

                            Originally posted by elfturbomax
                            What has happened to PF? It seems to be diesel love now days. Maybe the name should be changed to Particulate Forums.

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                              I think we can all thank Papadakis for teaching us that lesson!
                              Last edited by lukevl; 25-06-21, 01:59 PM. Reason: Italics req

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                                it was known well before Papadakis in the 86 scene when retards went about turboing them and disabling the direct injectors

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