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Old 16-02-2019, 12:05 PM
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100-200 in 5.832 seconds, normal gear shifting.

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Old 19-02-2019, 03:27 PM
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And it just gets faster! 12 back to back runs, can only be done with the power of water injection!

100kph to 200kph in 5.658 seconds!





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Old 20-02-2019, 11:47 AM
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http://www.riceracing.com.au/rides/M...O9_Charles.htm

^ Another water injected road rocket, withstanding more molestation than the Fritzl family !
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Old 02-03-2019, 05:30 AM
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Default Re: RICESP Water Injected RX7

Down to ~5.5 second range 100kph to 200kph, but with around 820bhp traction even with 4WD is not always optimal.

Still using H pattern syncro gearbox with no flat shifting activated at all, so its a genuine real street car here, not some quasi wannabe race car pretending to be road going over 18 minutes on load = 120 nine second 1/4 mile runs, engine durability on WM50 is something that pure performance numbers alone don't do justice.

If you want FAST, RELIABLE, and DURABLE! you can have all three at once with the power of water injection only no excuses!
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Old 29-03-2019, 07:24 PM
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Exclamation E85 is a kunt of a fuel !

Are you tired of the E85 head fuck and total maintenance nightmare that is Ethanol life???? I look after allot of cars and a few that insist on running this garbage I can share with you all is a text book maintenance nightmare.

Compared to running petrol fuel and water injection its a distant second in every category. Corrosion causing material stripping inconsistent garbage of an excuse of a fuel E85 is! By stark comparison every single water injected car runs and has no excuses unlike the ethanol shit boxes seem to offer up on all too frequent a basis.

I always had a preference to not use the garbage myself but after seeing so many over years first hand I can say you would have to be fucking totally mental to use this crap over petrol and water injection
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Old 08-04-2019, 03:00 AM
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Default Re: RICESP Water Injected RX7

Having campaigned mechanical injected methanol motors for years.I have to agree with you if e85 is any thing like or even close to methanol it is a job in it self to keep things flowing like they are intended . After every event flushing the system to keep it from eating aluminum fittings and distribution blocks and plugging up injector nozzles & pills <jets> .Thank you for reminding me how much work that was . I have been on the fence about a water meth system or e 85 for a while i have 90% of the components for a W/M set up from aquamist but am having a hard time shaking the fear of a system failure or fail safe not catching an issue in time , E85 on the other hand having to add 30% to everything fuel related would require , 100lb plus injectors<at 80lb now> ,fuel pump, fuel lines , issues with idle quality and low speed tunning lol i am sure there would be other issues as well all this in a 9.7.1 turbo 2860 cc 4 banger that runs the streets .
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Old 20-04-2019, 02:49 PM
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^ wise words

If you want to shake your fear, read back a few pages, you will see the path I went along. There is only one way to do this right. Get a Life Racing or Syvecs ECU and get someone who has spent decades proving this to be the best, no the ONLY WAY! for a road car

I have fully developed packages, turn key, no guess work, no arsebook promises, no fake reviews or thumbs up bullshit, just real world proven fastest road cars, any platform. If its internal combustion and you want to drive it anywhere, anytime, continue to drive it without detonating OR needing to carry fuel drums Mad Max style (or spare engines !) then the final solution is there already done for you.

Anyone is welcome to get in touch, go to my site, send an email.

Aquamist + LR + RR = donmega nothing more to say.
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