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Old 27-04-2018, 01:56 AM
RICE RACING RICE RACING is offline
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MjI0...ature=youtu.be

^ Little video showing the RX7 in action, while I cant divulge specific details I can say the engine is run to its safe limits all of the time (gets raped each time its driven), thanks to the advanced Life Racing ECU and refined calibration to make it all work. There is many accumulate years of development to make all of this work, in this car alone required around 240+ iterations of the final set up just in the control systems alone.

None of this is easy, you cant copy it, you cant google it, you just have to know what you are doing, and most importantly have the right team of suppliers (Thanks Richard for the fantastic WI system!).

No requirement for a boat anchor up front (20B or even worse!)
No need for mad max E85 fuel drums
No excuse like its 'too hot bro" or "no E85 bro" or "Got no traction"
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Old 17-05-2018, 08:41 AM
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It's all about knock control, running the engine to its limit (even a 100% standard delivered engine) when I was proving this system.

Water Injection, and a real not paper/internetz professional control box, and a person with a brain are all that is required. Seems simple but these days ironically it's harder than ever (too much wrong advice from nobodies on everything from shit electronics choices onwards) go figure!

FYI human reaction time to audio stimulus is around 0.170 seconds, given below example of 0.0066 seconds per cycle event, this means the rotary engine will knock>detonate at least 25 times before you lift your foot off the accelerator LOL "retarded" in every sense of the word, love the internetz education handed out by educatorz/trainerz/tutorz LOLZ

Anyway onto real qualified information:
It's easy with the right electronics/hardware/software, to not only see what is happening, but also manage it (100% stock standard 'fragile' rotary engine) running it to its knock limits all of the time in an active manner, and letting the ECU manage the spark timing. Counter to the 'shit advice' that proliferates the internetz blogs etc, this is the preferred way, counter to their claims of doom and gloom, ironically its opposite (wow surprise!) if you are NOT running a Life Racing ECU (set up correctly) you will have zero hope of relying on your new found 'pay to play' derived 'knowledge' since the nature of knock by the many variables that cause it means you have to run so far away from peak performance that you will either melt your turbine, have poor specific power, poorer fuel specific fuel consumption, and far less durability all rolled into one! p.s Would love to put up a jizzillion pages of information, but learned long ago too many copy it so as its all current technology stuff reserved only for the smart/loyal ones who know how to tell FACT from FICTION

Hmmmm, Really need to put up another graph of flat shift full throttle cuts example, with anti lag, and Traction Control!!! which some seem to get LINK'd to the wrong advice again LOL.........
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