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Author:  Fred [ Tue Sep 12, 2017 10:15 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Dan's PNP RB25DET R33 Skyline ECU PCB

Ahhh, OK. Your IP showed Auckland, but I guess that's just where your traffic is routed through.

What's this about a new track at meremere? Does your RB30 have built/forged guts? Hilarious that that's your dad - the engine sounds pretty crisp and responsive, nice.

Yes, all of the vids of Rob's R33 are running the Nissan CAS code, heavily revised from earlier similar code, and much more reliable/performant/trustworthy/consistent/clean.

What are your power goals? CAS setups have limitations and aren't the best at very high power levels. I only want about 600 crank hp out of mine, so I'll be using a stock CAS for sure.

Author:  Rbhackn [ Wed Sep 13, 2017 12:41 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Dan's PNP RB25DET R33 Skyline ECU PCB

Using a VPN to gain a few miles ;-) jk

Here's a picture of the new track it should be finished by Christmas hopefully,
http://www.driven.co.nz/media/131297/15 ... zhou01.jpg

I should do a quick build thread, but its a standard bottom end with all standard rings, bearings etc
with a s2 rb25det head, running vct,
850cc injectors,
a sinco style manifold (pretty much exactly the same collecter and all but different maker)
luxurysports GT3540 rear .63 (too smaller rear for top end power)
greddy style intake
90mm throttlebody
gtr intercooler
44mm wastegate and 8psi through the engine.
Link g4+ storm
the dyno stopped reading load so i have no idea about about power but i had an estiamate on virtual dyno and that put it at 220kw with about 500nm all before 3500 rpm
the wastegate has a split diaphram which I will have to fix before the car will be able to get more boost.

I agree the cas definitely has limitations and function / resolution wise isnt ideal but my car is only reving to 6000 and the next car im planning to put a free ems on will be round the same. I am looking at getting a hall effect sensor and attaching it to the exhaust cam like the RIPS cars.
I would be very interested to see where the rb code was left at as I have been looking at making a board for nissan.

Author:  Fred [ Wed Sep 13, 2017 4:59 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Dan's PNP RB25DET R33 Skyline ECU PCB

PM me if you come up this way, or flick me your cell if you want to have a chat. Always keen to meet other enthusiasts, especially ones with "boy racer" fathers, LOL :-D

Says the guy doing burnouts just last night... ;-)

Author:  Rbhackn [ Wed Sep 13, 2017 12:04 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Dan's PNP RB25DET R33 Skyline ECU PCB

I most definitely will!! I am very keen to expand my programming knowledge and pursue this project too

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