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Old 16-11-2018, 08:15 PM
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Default Re: RICESP Water Injected RX7

And this is a R32 GTR fitted with a VQ35 twin turbo (EFR7163) and their mainline dyno making around ~890rwhp on 2800mB as a real world performance comparison.





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Unlike the kiddie pretenders, these cars keep on running all thanks to pump petrol and water injection.

No guessing on E-Media Arsebook/Gagtube, no secret rebuilds after one dyno pull needing to get pushed off due to non running/broken engine, no hype, no snake oil E85............
I don't say we do it better, rather just make cars that are fast and durable. Stuff most others can only dream/post/blog about.

No doctored power claims either, just facts. Got a 13B turbo that accelerates harder? that can be driven somewhere? without a spare engine? love to see it!

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Old 25-12-2018, 02:10 AM
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Default Re: RICESP Water Injected RX7

When looking to do professional WI integration this is the A Typical package we recommend, supply, fit, and calibrate.
WM50 is an integrated part of the full engine control system, feeding in live Aquamist status and flow rate along with other sensor inputs giving complete information to the ECU thus allowing total control over the engines calibration. This is a critical aspect in making the engines as durable as they have proven to be.

There are multiple layers of feedback and validations some down to the engine individual cycle level (at 9500rpm) which make the system counter any and all eventualities.
To date across multiple cars covering years and multiple thousands of hours of running inclusive of many full hours at maximum power we have not had a single failure and more specifically (to this thread) not a single issue related to water injection system being the cause of an engine detonation related event.... ever!

NOTE: not all systems are created equal, Life Racing and Syvecs matched to the Aquamist is a fantastic combination, there are literally thousands of hours of development time gone into proving it all in the most shit engine type known to man (rotaries) and we have proven it on these and others many times over if you don't want to guess, or the opportunity cost is an issue to you, then PM me and we can gladly help you get on it

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Old 31-12-2018, 02:23 PM
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Default Re: RICESP Water Injected RX7

https://youtu.be/n6c7dhYsfZY

Too much power with WM50, means you need the best electronic control and calibration to match
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Old 01-01-2019, 06:04 AM
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hlbc...ature=youtu.be


Though I would put together a little bit of real knowledge gained over the years, this is but a small sample I have (know a bit about rotaries lol).... lots of it is pertinent to any engine really though, specially those piston engine types who try to imitate rotary idle characteristics with big cams

Some of it is of relevance in that you can go 'too big' and end up with an engine that is overly sensitive to map/tip ratio, also one that is peaky and generally a shitbox overall in every category, narrow power band, excessive fuel use, not as drivable etc.
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