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Old 15-12-2004, 09:49 PM
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Do you have a dyno plot availabe to post here?
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Old 15-12-2004, 10:44 PM
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Do you have a dyno plot availabe to post here?
John has the dyno plots, i ask him tommorow to fax you one, private questions can you ask by pm, grtz
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Old 15-12-2004, 11:33 PM
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He faxed me one but the blue line doesn't come out so I can not see all the power lines.

I did ask John to email me all the plots but so far I have received nothing.
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Old 16-12-2004, 09:18 AM
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WAT vertel je me daar!! (sorry, had to type some Dutch).

I mean, beg your pardon!!

50HP more from that mixture?! :shock:

Is that the stuff with oil in it as well, for the 2-stroke engines?
How does that mix with the water at all?
Won't the oil clog the injectors?

I want it I want it I want it!!

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Old 21-12-2004, 10:04 AM
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Not sure the power increase is 100% due to the nitroM, it appears that the stock power was 230 and with the introduction of higher boost, water and nitroM, the power has risen to 280.

I have not heard of anyone else using this mixing before. It appears that it is a great way to get big power.

Have looked into making a pump suitable for that mixture.
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Old 21-12-2004, 11:42 AM
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Not sure the power increase is 100% due to the nitroM, it appears that the stock power was 230 and with the introduction of higher boost, water and nitroM, the power has risen to 280.

I have not heard of anyone else using this mixing before. It appears that it is a great way to get big power.

Have looked into making a pump suitable for that mixture.
Dunno,

The only Ibiza Cupra 1.8T I know of has 180HP.

Turbo Jacky, please enlighten us. Is the 50HP increase due to WI & nitroM
only, or did you further increase boost.

Anyway. I won't use the stuff untill I'm sure it won't ruin the pump.

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Old 23-12-2004, 01:52 AM
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We have just made a prototype p[ump with Teflon seal and it works really well.

Jacky, let me know when you r pump gives you problem and I will send a replacement pump to you. I need to knwo how long would a normal pump last first.
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Old 24-12-2004, 11:40 PM
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At this moment we have no problems with the system, no problems with the nozzles and pump, even the second pump we use stays fine.

We can't see if we get problems on a longer time, next week i test on the dyno days by Biesheuvel the Cosworth engine an stronger mix, too see if we get more power. Water and Nitro colors like milk.

I come to Birmingham and give you the results, maybay we must change the normal pump for a modified one, i think we can talk at Birmingham about some technical mods :wink: .

During the dyno ill make some photo's and let them mail to yo :lol: , grtzzz
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Old 25-12-2004, 09:07 AM
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Did you richen up AFRs by a point for the 30% Nitro test? Are you going to richen up AFRs by 1.5 points when you try a 50% nitro 50% water mix?
Does your wideband properly measure AFRs when using nitro/methanol/petrol mixes?

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Old 25-12-2004, 09:46 AM
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At this moment we have no problems with the system, no problems with the nozzles and pump, even the second pump we use stays fine.

We can't see if we get problems on a longer time, next week i test on the dyno days by Biesheuvel the Cosworth engine an stronger mix, too see if we get more power. Water and Nitro colors like milk.

I come to Birmingham and give you the results, maybay we must change the normal pump for a modified one, i think we can talk at Birmingham about some technical mods :wink: .

During the dyno ill make some photo's and let them mail to yo :lol: , grtzzz
So far so good .


I will bring the teflon sealed pump to Birmingham so that you can put it on one side until the other pump develops problem. I am look forward to see the results in Birmingham.

I wonder the RC nitro contains some oil and caused the milky mix?
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