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« Reply #135 on: July 31, 2011, 09:45:09 PM »
but over heating any other kind of car is all good ay? haha

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« Reply #136 on: July 31, 2011, 09:53:16 PM »
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but over heating any other kind of car is all good ay? haha


It's Skylines vs Z's, i'd rather overheat a Skyline. I had a twin turbo manual 300zx leather interior, it was alright, not that quick though, mainly cus they are heavy things.

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« Reply #137 on: July 31, 2011, 10:04:09 PM »
I know what you mean, but I tend to go down the road of: build and maintain your car properly and not overheat it at all.
Z's are heavier, but not that much heavier, and a factory one comes with alot of crap (mostly emissions gear) that skylines dont have and can be easily removed. They are also quite restricted from factory compared to skylines, which is again easy to remedy. They are a bit trickier to work on, so that puts alot of people off. I'm not saying that they are better, but that they deserve alot more respect than they tend to get. They are amazing cars, that unfortunately got cheap enough for alot of retards who had no idea what they were doing to buy and turn into rolling eyesores that broke down alot- due to no maintenence and and crappy mods, not due them being unreliable or ****ty cars.

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« Reply #138 on: July 31, 2011, 10:07:43 PM »
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Skyla:
No changes at all, the car wasnt on the Dyno straight (my bad) so was doing bit of a burn out haha.
Heres the sheet (it was only about 3 weeks between the runs, same dyno)
to be honest looking at the sheet again it was 317rwkw.. a bit of swiss rounding there haha.  


I'm in Dunedin now, going to uni (and still doing refrigeration part time) down here. I would have been there definitely otherwise! Z is gone now to (cant afford to run that beast as a student) I kept in the rwd nissan 6 family though! I have a 2001 Nissan Elgrand van with a vq35de haha, its a beast of a van!! needed it to contract out of, plus should be handy for a few South Island camping adventures. Highly recommended to anyone who needs a practical well built, but decent handling grunty van!


Sweet power run, but a bit of a bugger you had to sell it :( just hope the new owner looks after it. Dunners aye, bet you been frezzing your arse off, anyways all the best with your studdies.
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Taupo Track 2, 1.23
Taupo track 3, 47.89
Taupo track 4, 2.02
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Hampton Downs, 1.25

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« Reply #139 on: July 31, 2011, 10:12:04 PM »
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I know what you mean, but I tend to go down the road of: build and maintain your car properly and not overheat it at all.
Z's are heavier, but not that much heavier, and a factory one comes with alot of crap (mostly emissions gear) that skylines dont have and can be easily removed. They are also quite restricted from factory compared to skylines, which is again easy to remedy. They are a bit trickier to work on, so that puts alot of people off. I'm not saying that they are better, but that they deserve alot more respect than they tend to get. They are amazing cars, that unfortunately got cheap enough for alot of retards who had no idea what they were doing to buy and turn into rolling eyesores that broke down alot- due to no maintenence and and crappy mods, not due them being unreliable or ****ty cars.


Yea true man, I remember looking at the engine bay and thinking holy **** I can't even fit my fist in here. I'd say another reason they don't get a fair chance is that most are either auto turbo or manual n/a. Turbo manuals are hard to get, i got mine on 130,000ks for $500. But anyway pictures off the Dyno day look sweet and sounds like it was a good day, just a bit of a shame so many cars had little issues, nothing major though, something to remedy for next time.

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« Reply #140 on: July 31, 2011, 10:20:01 PM »
The problem is that on the street it's pretty hard to tell if you have fuelling issues.
There are probably a huge number of modified cars driving around that are on the point of self destruction without the owners even knowing, as a lot of the time you aren't going to be able to hear the knock over exhaust etc.
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« Reply #141 on: July 31, 2011, 10:27:04 PM »
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Sweet power run, but a bit of a bugger you had to sell it :( just hope the new owner looks after it. Dunners aye, bet you been frezzing your arse off, anyways all the best with your studdies.


Yeah it was a shame, but thats life. Next fast car will be a R34 gtr or a 370z maybe even a r35 gtr if everything works out. That will all be a few years away though.
Hey cheers, study and everything is all going very well so far. It is alot colder down here, miss the mount! But the snow was kinda cool.

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« Reply #142 on: August 01, 2011, 12:21:07 AM »
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The problem is that on the street it's pretty hard to tell if you have fuelling issues.
There are probably a huge number of modified cars driving around that are on the point of self destruction without the owners even knowing, as a lot of the time you aren't going to be able to hear the knock over exhaust etc.


Agreed, never realised how close I was to damaging my engine. Before heading back to aucks I turned my boost down to 7psi again. Sooo paranoid now :/

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« Reply #143 on: August 01, 2011, 06:21:31 AM »
On a side note, it's going to make bugger all difference, but his wideband was out of calibration, which would have caused things to read leaner than they were.
It was only 0.2 out in free air, but I don't know if that will be a linear scale once you head into lower AR's.
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« Reply #144 on: August 01, 2011, 08:36:39 AM »
from what ive heard it was a good day :)

Any photos going around or the day ?

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« Reply #145 on: August 01, 2011, 08:44:39 AM »
Lemming we got em on facebook bro:

http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.250337721652372.68465.202757226410422&type=1

I gotta upload a few of mine and maybe make a new thread here :)

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« Reply #146 on: August 01, 2011, 08:44:56 AM »
i took half a dozen but then it started raining and i got sick of holding the camera, ill put up the ones i took late tonight once ive finished in the garage

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« Reply #147 on: August 01, 2011, 08:56:51 AM »
damn faceboooooooook, will proxy it so i can look at work.

Rofl ... someones been writing on boostys car.

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« Reply #148 on: August 01, 2011, 09:18:33 AM »
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And what a ride it was driving back to Auckland.

Great bunch of people, very good and sensible drivers and a lot of fun we had on the way back.

Boostinz - you mad man you, ha ha ha. ONS2HU - mean driving bro.  

Thanks to everyone who made the convoy back guys.

*** F... U to the person(s) from the public who put the row on road cones across the road on SH2. REALLY really stupid and dangerous that was. *** We SDU lot were fine but there could have been some serious accidents had we lot not stopped to take those cones off.

Big cheers for SDU boys for saving day there.


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whoever put those cones on the road, what a complete wanker. just as well i was behind a good driver - boosty.

awesome awesome drive back tehe
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« Reply #149 on: August 01, 2011, 09:21:49 AM »
4WD Turbo
Rot 62 - R32 GTR -3000cc - 425.6 kw
Koschak - Stagea 260RS - 2600cc - 359.9 kw (running Lean)
XXFR - R34 GTR - 2600cc - 345.3 kw
Chevron - R34 GTR - 2600cc - 335.5 kw (running Lean)
Class A customs - EVO 3 - 2000cc - 327 kw

2WD Turbo
Chad L - 300ZX - 3000cc - 411.5 kw
Nigel H - 300zx - 2960cc - 374.1 kw (running Lean)
Chad L - 300zx - 3000cc - 366.8 kw (knocking)
ONS2HU - R33 GTS25T - 2500cc - 269 kw (running lean)
R33_400R - R33 GTS25+T - 2500 - 258.2
Pandaemonaeon - R33 GTS25T - 2500cc - 235.6 kw
Maurice W - XR6 Typhoon - ????cc - 214.6 kw
Jonathan Y - 300ZX - 3000cc - 208.1 kw
Alex F - Primera - 2000cc - 203.6 kw
R33GTST - R33 GTS25T - 2500cc - 194.8 kw
Aaron J - HZ Holden Ute - 5700cc - 194.3 kw
KUIKUI - R32 GTS-T - 2500cc - 193.8 kw (detonating)
ibb& - R33 GTS25T - 2500cc - 151 kw (Running excessively lean)
Jordan A - Toyota Supra - 2000cc - 140.5 kw
b00stinz - R32 GTS-T - 2000cc - 137.2 kw
R32-25T - R32 GTS-T - 2000cc - 118.9 kw (detonating)
Caboose79 - toyota starlet - 1331cc - 118 kw (running excessively lean)
RENEN - R33 GTS25T - 2500cc - 117 kw (auto trans issues)
Kalan B - Toyota Mark II - 2500cc - (detonating)
Ryan M - 300zx - 2960cc - (Auto trans issues)

2WD Naturally Aspirated
Stalk3r - Gloria - 4100cc - 191 kw
Martin B - 300ZX - 3000cc - 158.4 kw
Mark C - Commodore - 5000cc - 158 kw
Alloytec - commodore - 3600cc - 157.6 kw
Selwyn F - Integra Type R - 1800cc - 123.6 kw
live4liners - R32 GTS - 2998cc - 119.6 kw[/QUOTE]

pretty dissapointed it detonated its arse off, i suppose alot of people are quite peed off but atleast we found out by paying $50-60bucks then the hard way.

on a slightly more positive note :D 262kw on 12psi, that supprised me!! must be my cold airbox BAHAHA
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