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Workshops in Melbourne

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Re: Workshops in Melbourne

#16 Post by UZNPSI » Mon Mar 30, 2009 11:28 pm

that port design flowed 350cfm and made 254.6RWHP at 11.000RPM using only 2.4bar of boost. thats pretty special \:D/


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Re: Workshops in Melbourne

#17 Post by ROTANG » Mon Mar 30, 2009 11:31 pm

UZNPSI wrote:I managed to get a inside photo of seinfields "any hole's a goal" intake ports
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UZNPSI wrote:that port design flowed 350cfm and made 254.6RWHP at 11.000RPM using only 2.4bar of boost. thats pretty special \:D/
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Re: Workshops in Melbourne

#18 Post by UZNPSI » Mon Mar 30, 2009 11:40 pm

Yeah it was on RICE RACINGS dyno, he said i need water injection, cdi and HKS spark plugs to get anymore out of it.


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Re: Workshops in Melbourne

#19 Post by ROTANG » Mon Mar 30, 2009 11:43 pm

350cfm.... sounds like it was restricted by the holley 350 in that blow through setup you were running at the time...try an 850 double pumper.... :-k



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Re: Workshops in Melbourne

#20 Post by RXpress » Sun Apr 05, 2009 5:30 am

Rotahead performance. not in dandy but worth the drive. the number is in my signiture



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#21 Post by FCRX7 » Sun Apr 05, 2009 6:24 pm

RXpress wrote:Rotahead performance. not in dandy but worth the drive. the number is in my signiture
Agreed!
Anthony at Rotahead Performance built my motor and have had no issues, top bloke!
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#22 Post by RXpress » Sun Apr 05, 2009 7:18 pm

FCRX7 wrote:
RXpress wrote:Rotahead performance. not in dandy but worth the drive. the number is in my signiture
Agreed!
Anthony built my motor and have had no issues, top bloke!
thats for sure. his 13bt wagon made 364rwkw today on the chris dalton's dyno. cant argue with those numbers and hes way cheaper than anyone else out there



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Re: Workshops in Melbourne

#23 Post by UZNPSI » Sun Apr 05, 2009 7:35 pm

RXpress wrote:
FCRX7 wrote:
RXpress wrote:Rotahead performance. not in dandy but worth the drive. the number is in my signiture
Agreed!
Anthony built my motor and have had no issues, top bloke!
thats for sure. his 13bt wagon made 364rwkw today on the chris dalton's dyno. cant argue with those numbers and hes way cheaper than anyone else out there
What boost, What turbo and What AFR's?


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#24 Post by FCRX7 » Sun Apr 05, 2009 7:43 pm

RXpress wrote:
FCRX7 wrote:
RXpress wrote:Rotahead performance. not in dandy but worth the drive. the number is in my signiture
Agreed!
Anthony built my motor and have had no issues, top bloke!
thats for sure. his 13bt wagon made 364rwkw today on the chris dalton's dyno. cant argue with those numbers and hes way cheaper than anyone else out there
Ah nice! I was going to come to the dyno day today but got pulled over by the cops on my way there and got told to drive the car back home as I was in breach of my unregistered vehicle permit! (even though I wasnt ](*,) )fucktards
I wasnt going to argue and risk getting a $500 buck fine so just went home :x
Would have been a good day to.


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Re: Workshops in Melbourne

#25 Post by RXpress » Sun Apr 05, 2009 8:15 pm

What boost, What turbo and What AFR's?

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cant remmember. it held the power nicley too. didnt spike or anything he was going for 500 horsepower but just fell short by 12 or so



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Re: Workshops in Melbourne

#26 Post by slikrx » Mon Apr 06, 2009 12:14 pm

its a 4088 non roller.



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Re: Workshops in Melbourne

#27 Post by gmack » Mon Apr 06, 2009 2:46 pm

TRICKSTAR67 wrote:altra tune dandy.
NOOOOO!!! Ultra-tune at Dandenong did a shit house job on my FC. Charged me for what I asked for and gave me crap in return, aswell as dinting my door. As far as I'm concerned Pete is a cock.



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Re: Workshops in Melbourne

#28 Post by damo702002 » Mon Apr 06, 2009 8:44 pm

ROTAHEAD....all the way.
Have known anthony for many many years now and even bought my very first turbo rotor from him and worse thing i ever did was sell it.....all i,ll say is if anyone can the fat man can.

Give him your money and he,ll still be cheaper even after you drive across the city...and you,ll go home happy as shit.

My 2 cents worth only....not bagging any other shops just wanna help the guys that do the right thing.
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Re: Workshops in Melbourne

#29 Post by matress » Wed Apr 08, 2009 2:13 pm

I've had nothing but good experiences with Pete from Rank. It's a pity that Brad left though. Does anyone know what he's up to now, or if he's back from overseas?

My chosen workshop is Springy Motors / Springy Performance. Daniel and the boys down there do a great job. Call 9546 8777.


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Re: Workshops in Melbourne

#30 Post by rx2re » Wed Apr 08, 2009 2:19 pm

you have the best tuner in Australia down there. Why dont you got Anth at Maztech?


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