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Jasons Tasmanian Mr2

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2014/04/17 12:09:34 (permalink)
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Jasons Tasmanian Mr2

Hey guys,
Thought i would start a thread with some information about my car in its newest form.
Ive owned the car for close to ten years, its been through lots of stages of modification over the years, and i think im somewhere (motor wise) that im happy with.
The major engine modifications are as follows;

gen2 bottom end
Arp Headstuds
Cometic .027" mls Headgasket
Shimless bucket conversion
Custom 258' cams
Engle valve springs
Custom replenumbed intake manifold
ATS phelonic spacer
Gen3 transmission with mechanical lsd
Garrett Gt3071wg with 38mm Tial wastegate on stock manifold
Frozen boost W2A with bosch pump
racerx topfeed fuel rail and delphi 1000cc injectors  now ID2000s
United pump e85 (now on united 107 e85 race blend)
Ap engineering Powerfc with hand controller and fc-hako and boost controller
Current setup made 295rwkws @ 20ish psi on a conservative tune with a 7000redline

heres a quick youtube clip of how the car drives, hope to post heaps more once my gopro arrives
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FTrjxT287LI <-- this video does no justice to how f#$king loud the car is
next on the cards is to tidy the body up a little tidy up and im looking for a new set of wheels :D










post edited by jason_2901 - 2014/12/12 18:52:57
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    purple5ive
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    Re: Jasons Tasmanian Mr2 2014/04/17 13:53:35 (permalink)
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    Wow thats a clean AMP. the current wheels look good on it and i also like the older center panel on the tail lights..
    and that ever so familiar sound from the Mechanical LSD.
    ps - i hope you changed over the dare ice coffee bottle to a proper overflow. cheers
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    jason_2901
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    Re: Jasons Tasmanian Mr2 2014/04/17 14:10:23 (permalink)
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    thanks alot mate! amp owners unite!
    the lsd is pretty full on, but nothing much else about the car is quiet either (screamer pipe) so its fine
     
    Dare catch cans remain for the moment, i am working on sorting out another solution though
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    Re: Jasons Tasmanian Mr2 2014/04/17 14:45:33 (permalink)
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    Looks great, is that on a standard bottom end? 
    What compression ratio does that HG equate to? And what fuel pump are you running?
    I'll be super happy if my build makes around 300 kw, but I think my 720 injectors may limit me
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    Re: Jasons Tasmanian Mr2 2014/04/17 14:46:29 (permalink)
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    Nice deuce & good power.

    MR2QIK - "The Little Car That Could"



    320rwkw @ 19psi (pump fuel, no giggle gas)
    11.96 @ 116mph (with 228rwkw)
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    jason_2901
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    Re: Jasons Tasmanian Mr2 2014/04/17 15:07:54 (permalink)
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    thanks for the kind words guys!
     
    dwyer - yes its still a stock bottom end, and im using a walbro 255 fuel pump.
    As far as the compression goes, i just used the thinnest possible mls gasket, i dont think it was really enough to bump the compression up too much, i dont have a actual figure
     
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    Re: Jasons Tasmanian Mr2 2014/04/17 16:30:26 (permalink)
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    Love the center panel? How did you make it? Keen to do that myself!
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    Re: Jasons Tasmanian Mr2 2014/04/17 16:52:04 (permalink)
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    Yeah Eric did it at home, just modified the piece with a grinder and a flap disc, I think it's something a little different, no reverse lights though
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    Re: Jasons Tasmanian Mr2 2014/04/17 19:19:17 (permalink)
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    Awesome job mate. Im really impressed how quickly you pulled this all together in the end. Cant wait to go for a drive!
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    Re: Jasons Tasmanian Mr2 2014/04/19 14:59:37 (permalink)
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    Another one of my fav photos

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    Re: Jasons Tasmanian Mr2 2014/04/20 08:39:03 (permalink)
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    Nice to its up and running. I guess it's a little quicker than that crazy family sedan?
    Hope you can make your way to the MR2 Trackday Challenge in 2015. Pat needs some sea fairing buddies to join him.

     
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    Re: Jasons Tasmanian Mr2 2014/04/20 15:46:51 (permalink)
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    I have a mint set of wheels for you Jason ;) :D
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    Re: Jasons Tasmanian Mr2 2014/04/20 19:27:22 (permalink)
    +1 (1)
    His current wheels look pretty good.
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    Re: Jasons Tasmanian Mr2 2014/04/20 22:59:40 (permalink)
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    Looks great!

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    Re: Jasons Tasmanian Mr2 2014/11/20 22:41:54 (permalink)
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    Any updates on this car?
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