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robbo_rb180
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Registration date : 2009-03-31
Age : 33
Location : townsville

PostSubject: Re: sil80 with rb25   Thu Jul 22, 2010 4:19 pm

got the wiring all hidden now. i have still got to wire in a few other sensors & fuel pump.
bought a new delta fin intercooler & a techedge wideband so i can do my own tuning. currently having a few issues with the ecu, hope to have them sorted over the weekend.
can't wait to get this thing going again.
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robbo_rb180
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PostSubject: Re: sil80 with rb25   Mon Aug 16, 2010 7:23 am

well i finally gt the car going a few weeks ago, goes good now.
done some tuning last weekend on the fuel map, and thats pretty good at the moment until i can get it on a dyno and put some timing into it.
still have to get the speedo working and recalibrate the tacho.
still trying to figure out where to mount a surge tank under the car as there's not as much room as i hoped. rear end is making a few noises so will have to go back over the rear cradle bolts as the new bush's must have settled.
waiting on a temp switch from brisbane to finish off the fan install. there are still a few other bits that need to be finished that i can't think of at the moment.
had a wheel alignment done last satday and the handling is awesome at speed and the steering is a lot more responsive.
fitted another muffler but its not the best( mild steel, mig welded. does any shop in t'ville tig at all?) so will redo the cetre part of the exhaust when i can get hold of a decent stainless steel muffler

i already have a few ideas of what i would like to do next, front tubs, half cage, some custom front and rear bracing and wider rear wheels but i don't have any time over the next 18months to do them so i will just finish off the last few bits and enjoy it for now.
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Privatealpha
Mitsi EVO IX
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PostSubject: Re: sil80 with rb25   Mon Aug 16, 2010 7:27 am

Saw the car on Thursday, looks extra lush.
Sounds horn to boot.
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robbo_rb180
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PostSubject: Re: sil80 with rb25   Mon Aug 16, 2010 7:28 am

it goes better now i have fixed the boost problems, just have to reset the ecu limits and do some more tuning. Razz
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PostSubject: Re: sil80 with rb25   Mon Aug 16, 2010 10:11 am

Sorry I missed you the other night mate. I am dead keen to get a look at the old girl. Progress sounds good. Work never stops on a modified car does it. One thing leads to another and before you know it, it's not the same car you started with.

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PostSubject: Re: sil80 with rb25   Tue Aug 17, 2010 1:37 am

i thought it was this that i saw the other night, i was behind you on the ring road from upper ross out to annandale, i think it was thursday.

sounds and looks frogger horn dude, very nice.
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