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PostPosted: Mon Sep 04, 2006 10:41 am 
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Car: CA18DET 1830cc 120kw@6psi
yeh engine blew lol. didnt even have it running :( mates put my oil relocator on the wrong way around (my fault for not double checking everything before giving it to the workshop to get the microtech installed. oil pump spun, took 3 pistons with it. This is the specs of the engine build now should be building it this week (once rods arrive)

ACL 40thou oversized forged pistons
ART Forged Rods
ARP Rod Bolts
ARP Main Studs
ARP Head Studs
ARP Flywheel Bolts
ACL Race Bearings
New Oil Pump
Billet Steel lightened Flywheel
Ported head.
Custom Intake Plenum with match ported runners
Butterflys and rod removed from runners
Custom 1mm oversized Stainless Exhaust valves
Tomei Valve Springs
JUN Titanium Valve Retainers
JUN Race Valve Guides
Tomei Solid Lifters
Mixture of Custom shims and Tomei shims
Tomei 270degree x 9.25mm Cams IN and Ex
XF Throttle Body
Sard 800cc Injectors
Custom Adjustable Cam Gears
Trust Manifold
TD06-20g Turbo with Garrett internals (flowed and backcut wheel)
Trust 48mm Ex gate
Raceflow Braided Oil line
Hybrid FMIC
PWR R32 GTR Radiator
Microtech LT10S
Nismo Engine mounts
Nismo Gearbox mount
External Bosch Coil Packs
Custom Spark Leads
Oil Relocator Kit
Oil Cooler

Think thats most of the engine specs. but yeh everything will be brand new 0km's on it so i'l have to run it in (again) lol going to try and run as much power as i can possible make out of the td06. so yeh just waitin on the rods to arrive so i can put the engine together. should only be a few more weeks until its built and back in the car.

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Imagine how much you would have saved by dropping an SR in it instead? :P

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PostPosted: Mon Sep 04, 2006 10:58 am 
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anthony yes i realise i could have put a 1jz or a 2jz for the price this cas cost me. but yeh doesnt really matter, i like the simplicity of working on the ca knowing that if something needs doing im able to do it. sr20's yeh im just not a fan, and yes ive built a couple of sr20's for mates and driven them just doesnt feel as good as the ca. even my mate preffered his ca18 over his 200kw sr20.

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must be a melbourne thing :P

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Wow i remember reading about this car being built a long time ago.
Possibly when i was building my last car.
Good to see you are sticking at it, lesser men would have sold the bastard off by now.
Ever thought of making a 2L CA18DET while you were at it?

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PostPosted: Mon Sep 04, 2006 11:25 am 
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considered doing it but desided on seeing how much power i could get out of the ca18 without cheating and making it a ca20 (if i wanted a 2ltr id get an sr20 or equiv).

yeh this has been in the works for along time (3 years) i drove the engine for around a year last year with a standard head and a t28 making roughly 140-150kw.

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Can't believe you are still kicking around with this CA dude... this is a project running from the early days! I know you got the passion for the CA - but once you do switch to SR, you wont believe how much easier life becomes.

good luck with the ongoing CA project though

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btw when I sold the burgundy 180, the guy that bought it churned out 160kw with just a t28 and 13psi... so no doubts they have it in them to make good power...

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hey dan long time no speak. yeh still going with this bucket of shit lol (nar its coming along pretty well).

An update for you guys. A mate up in Bathurst with a ca18, td06-19c, 550cc injectors, z32 afm, standard bottom end, dr drift remap - 224.5kw@16psi not bad indeed. im going to be pushing the 280kw mark no problems i think. :D

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xris wrote:
im going to be pushing the 280kw mark no problems i think. :D


:P 16.9psi = 282.3kw rebuilding the car (looks and driveline) atm. once its done early next year i'll tune for some more boost should see over 300kw :wink: (just doing a search for td06's and found this old thread)

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interested in seeing the power curve


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here it is (ratty top end was due to spark breaking down, ive since fixed this with a hks twin spark dli, yet to get it redynoed)

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so full boost is around 105km/h, what rpm does that translate to ?


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think it was around 3600-3800 iirc (havent driven the car since april :lol:)

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