BRD st185 hoping for 400bhp now mapped at 397bhp 370ft/lbs

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BRD st185 hoping for 400bhp now mapped at 397bhp 370ft/lbs

Postby mixer72 » Tue Jul 07, 2009 3:53 pm

a bit about me and my car, i have a st185 JDM 1992 J, im am rebuilding the engine as we speak as it went pop on me last year :( i was runing 286bhp and 315ft/lbs of torque :D witch is pritty good for a few mods,
hear are a few pics of he car.

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this was befor it went pop

and now for a few of the rebuild

hi every 1, well im hopeing to get mt st185 to 400bhp+ if i can, its away having a fully forged rebuild and with the list of parts that i will be fitting it shoud make the 400bhp+ here is a list of what i will be having fitted

CYLINDER HEAD SKIMMED, VALVES RE-LAPPED, NEW VALVE STEM SEALS
PRESSURE TESTED, SHIMS CHECKED, DEGREASED, CLEANED & PAINTED
BRAND NEW METAL 1.2/1.4MM HEADGASKET, NEW TIMING BELT KIT,
NEW OIL FILTER AND WATER PUMP
OIL PUMP
NEW H/DUTY RACING SHELLS
NEW PISTON RINGS
FORGED 86.5mm PISTONS
FORGED ‘H’ BEAM RODS
BLOCK REBORED TO 86.5MM CLEANED & HONED
ARP FASTNERS
CRANKSHAFT REGROUND AND BALANCED WITH RODS & PISTONS
JUN 264 cams
HKS 3S-GTE Valve Springs
HKS Duralumin Adjustable Cam Pulleys
HKS F-con V-pro GOLD

Forged Rebuild
Parts

Block ‘TORQUE PLATE’ rebored to 86.5mm & honed
Forged (cp) piston set and rods to suit
Crankshaft reground and racing shells
Balancing
Arp Bolts - Main and Rod
Cylinder Head Refurbishment
MHG Kit
Heavy Duty HKS timing belt
New st185 oil pump
Oil Filter
Water Pump
Engine gaskets and seals
540cc injectors
ct20b
evo 7 intercooler
2.5" intercooler pipes



here are a few pics of the engine starting to be striped down and the piston that was the problem

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here you can see wher all the oil had bin blown out the seals
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and the number 4 piston
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here are a few more pics of the head build

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a few more pics of the build :D


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cam gear cover with clear windo so you can see the cam gear
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and the cam cover
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and my cam gear cover with clear lid so you can see the cam gear
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update on the build, things are now coming to gether nice and looks like it will be ready bey end of next week :D

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i was not happy with the hot pipe rought of the intercooelr so i red did it today.

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and as you can see in thsi pics i have relocated the expation bottle
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a few updated pics of the car all nice and clean

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and a new mod to the back brakes
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just got back from having the car maped and here is the result



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at 1.1bar
at the fly wheel

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at the wheels
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so pritty happy with at for now, next job is to save and get me nice big turbo and injectors to go with it, then 380-400bhp here we come :)


air fuel and boost
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power graff
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full forged engine , 540cc injectors ct20b JUN264cams but not set up yet, full 3" exhaust and decat, HKS airfilter and with no air flow meter now, and was runing just over 1.1bar, the full spec if the engine is on the first page of the build

just finished making and fitting my cold air feed box, here as sum pics

first I made a cardboard template of the cold air box


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then after I had coverer it on fibreglass resin I then raped it in heat reflective shield
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then fitted to the car with a cold air piping going in to the box
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not shore weather to fit a lid on it as it is a good fit to the liner under the bonnet which is acting like a lid plus I and benefiting from the vent on the top.

what do you think?

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Postby mixer72 » Tue Jul 07, 2009 4:23 pm

now with oil cooler

oil cooler just be hind the intrecooler
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relocation plate were the oil oil filter went
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thermostat and take off plate with oil filtter on shase leg
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Postby wakkjobb » Tue Jul 07, 2009 10:13 pm

Holy crap that is a long post.. but so much eye candy! Great looking build; I love the rally lights and oil filter relocation job. Also neat paint on the rear half there... haven't seen that before.

Pretty dang 8) 8) man!
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Postby timmey » Tue Jul 07, 2009 11:40 pm

Hey,

Your quarter paint job is awesome, I really like it.

Cool build!

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Postby mixer72 » Wed Jul 08, 2009 4:29 am

did i for get to show you these
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Postby mixer72 » Sat Aug 08, 2009 11:41 am

just a bit of an update, I went back to Weston performance today to get the map looked at and they found it to be over fuelling lots :( but the good news is that they have now remapped it and it is pushing 353bhp and 300ft/lbs of torque at the fly wheel :twisted: :twisted: and all this power gains is from having an alternator that works :)

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Postby redGT4 » Sat Aug 08, 2009 12:06 pm

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54 trim hiflowed ct26; Custom top mount;2 1/2" exhaust; Turbosmart boost controller(not fitted); Autometer CF series; Everything else stock; The Haunter of the Hills.
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Postby DudeMan » Sat Aug 08, 2009 3:28 pm

Awesome job man.

How much faster does the car feel over stock? My HP goal is right where your sitting so I'm just wondering how it feels. Easy to drive around on the street?
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Postby WarTowels » Sat Aug 08, 2009 4:06 pm

Great work man. Very impressive stuff.

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Postby mixer72 » Sat Aug 08, 2009 5:00 pm

it a very nice drive and id say stock is like walking compaired the the power i have now :D
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Postby pit_celica » Sun Aug 09, 2009 3:18 pm

how much boost and what was the AFR on this 352 HP dyno run?

Great car BTW!

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Postby mixer72 » Sun Aug 09, 2009 5:05 pm

that car is runing at 1.2bar as for the AFR thay are pritty much the same as the last mapping :D and im still runing the standerd ct20 turbo
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Postby SleepingTurbo » Mon Aug 10, 2009 5:04 am

I'd like to know how you got 315lbft of torque out of your first build. thats incredible.
May be moving on from the All Trac world.
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Postby mixer72 » Mon Aug 10, 2009 3:22 pm

i just all wasy sem to have a good mapper so i gess it was down to the maping and probly quit a bit of addvanced timing but i have to say it was no were neer as quick and as power full as what it is now :evil:
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Postby YerRandO » Mon Aug 10, 2009 3:57 pm

Nice build!

Is there an advantage to running a 205 WRC oil pump?
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