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  1. Chrispadi
    01-12-2014 08:27 PM
    Hey there eksster, was told that you may still have some rear brake upgrade brackets! Ones so I can use my front stock calipers in the rear with 13 inch rotors! You can reach me at (407)-280-0102
    Thanks, chris
  2. Boritan
    03-07-2013 04:35 PM
    Hey ekendra, this is Ricardo. Been wanting to ask about your rear brake upgrade bracket! If you can, send me a text 703-869-6545. I'm at work usually after 3pm EST so texting is the best way to contact me. I want to get your bracket you designed. If you can, please contact me to do possible business. Thank you and hope to hear from you soon.
  3. andygp
    02-10-2013 03:28 PM
    I will be fitting a large balance bar between each airbox, but not bothering with an AIV at kick off - rather waiting to see if I can get away without one - but if it makes life easier I will add one to one of the boxes later. Or maybe put the AIV on the balance bar.

    No engine management either yet so... and I have a chipped ECU that will need loads of work on the Dyno I suspect.

    Can you spare a min to dwell on the spec. as rough as it is above and let me know your thoughts - I know I will get killed out there when I go live with this, but like you I don't give a stuff - it's my car so...

    Any help appreciated.

  4. andygp
    02-10-2013 03:28 PM
    Standard'ish engine 300BHP - that's 50BHP per cylinder
    Ideally this should work best with 40-42mm ID runners on an NA injected motor - but this is forced induction so 50-60 is in the ballpark. So with the wider runners @60mm - even allowing for the lower flow resistance, I believe the longer runners will deliver advantage - but I cant calculate the power range as accurately as I would like - I believe 3-6500rpm at the moment but.... Real world tests will be needed!
    The (555) injectors are still near the valves but nearly 45cm from the butterfly, but the butterfly is 60MM so this should be fine I feel. Lower revving engines <9000 and those with injectors placed before the butterfly will generally accept a larger body Jenvey say.
  5. andygp
    02-10-2013 03:28 PM
    Hi Eke,

    Need your opinion on something before I go live - my plenum has turned into a monster mod and I need someone to tell me to stop!! lol!

    The runners you have seen have now been mated with a 2nd short runner length section and then each runner terminates into a 60mm throttle body attached to an ally collector plate with a a carbon collector box and a 60mm feed. The 60mm feed comes straight up from the IC through where the headlights used to be! Looks freaking amazing but I am nowhere near getting her running yet. And I am wondering if it will work... Hence my email for moral (and technical input/support)!

    Have done a lot of sums and calcs based generally on, runner diameter, runner length, distance from the valves to the butterfly, size of airbox, resonance, power banding etc. My head is going to explode real soon! ;-))
  6. Z322+2
    12-20-2010 02:16 PM
    hi i was wondering where did u get that metal tube grinder for those pipes your fiting in thanksss
  7. andygp
    08-22-2010 06:04 AM
    Cheers - you too.
    Hope you did not mind me posting my thoughts regarding your mould bracing - I don't think it's enough - and I don't want you to break all your hard work!
    I have done it twice - and you need at least the bracing in the pictures I just posted.

    How many layers of glass are on the buck Eksster?

  8. andres malovos
    09-04-2008 03:39 PM
    andres malovos
    ok well my paypal account is just my email

    ptu info
  9. andres malovos
    08-28-2008 10:35 PM
    andres malovos
    are you able to use the site's full features or whats the deal

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  • About Eksster
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    Ekendra Goravani
    Life's an adventure. Let's have some fun.
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    NA>TT>T. LHD>RHD. 25 psi and counting..
    Portland Oregon
    Break Dancing, Sculpting, Eating Veggies, Pumping Iron, Dancing, working on my Z!
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